Nibiru is a yet another Chinese smartphone manufacturer you've probably never heard of. They unveiled two devices today as well as a new iteration of their Touch OS, version 2.0. They announced a Venus J1 phablet and a Jupiter One M1 tablet as far as hardware goes. Venus J1 is made out of plastic and comes with Qualcomm's Snapdragon MSM8928 processor clocked at 1.6GHz, this is a model number of Snapdragon 400 quad-core chip. The device sports a 6-inch 1080p IPS LCD screen. 13-megapixel shooter can be found on the back of the device with a 5-megapixel shooter up front. Camera software is said to be packed with all kinds of features. 3200mAh battery will take care of power. The device sports a rapid charging technology, so you should be able to charge it up real quick. The official statement says this battery can go without a charge for 2 days on moderate use. This is also a dual SIM device and it has support for 4G.
Jupiter One M1 is company's new tablet. This device sports a 7-inch 1080p (1920 x 1200) LCD screen and is powered by MediaTek's MT6592 octa-core processor clocked at 1.7GHz. Mali 450 GPU is here to take care of the graphics and the device has 2GB of RAM. 16GB of internal storage is included and that is expandable via MicroSD card. 3500mAh battery is here to take care of juicing up the device and is removable. On the back of the device you can find a 13-megapixel camera with 2-megapixel sensor being located on the front of the device. This tablet is 8.5 thick. Nibiru's Touch OS 2.0 has been redesigned and some features have been added. It now sports a card preview in its multitasking interface and it offers "Quick Flip" feature as well as some other ones.
Venus J1 will be available in October, there's no mention of its price at the moment. Jupiter One M1 on the other hand you can pre-order today while it will start selling on September 8th and it will cost 1288 Yuan, which is approximately $209. There's a bunch of images you can take a look at in the gallery below. They didn't exactly share the details whether these devices will be available outside of China, but it's safe to presume they're meant only for the Chinese market, though perhaps they decide to launch it all over Asia.