The B751 Color features a 7-inch E INK Carta 1200 e-paper display with a resolution of 1264×1680 with 300 PPI for black and white content. The colour screen provides a resolution of 632×840 with 150 PPI. You can display text in ebooks, websites and other content in black and white and get tremendous resolution. Still, if you are freehand drawing or editing PDF files, reading comics, magazines or other content, you will get a vibrant, colourful experience. Bigme said the display is flicker-free, ensuring distortion-free text and images at all times. The display also comes with 36-level adjustable warm and cold LED lights, which can be blended for an optimized screen when reading in the dark.
The display also emits the least blue light and has received German Rheinland certification with a paper-like index score of 86. Other display attributes include xRapid quick brushing and automatic ghosting elimination technology, all of which ensure a pleasant and safe viewing pleasure of the highest order.
One of the big selling points are the manual page-turn buttons. Well designed, tactile feel when pressing them down, when reading a book. Similar to the Kindle Oasis, but better.
Underneath the hood is a 2.3GHz octa-core processor with 4 GB RAM and 64 GB storage. You also have the option to add up to 1 TB of external storage via an SD card. Connectivity options include dual-band Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 5.0. There is a microphone for audio calls via Skype, Zoom and other voice communication apps. Power comes from a 2300 mAh battery, which should be enough to last several days on a single charge.
One of the significant advantages of the Bigme Pocketnote 2 Color is that it has the Google Android 11 operating system and has full access to the Google Play Store and Play Services. You can easily install your favourite Google apps, such as Chrome, Google Books and everything else. You can also install Kindle, Kobo, Nook, Libby, and Scribd.