The iReader Smart 3 is a brand new 10.3 inch e-note that is running Android 10. The design is similar to the Amazon Kindle Oasis, however one of the only differences is the super large screen, which is perfect for reading all sorts of digital content, such as books, comics, manga, magazines or newspapers. It will easily handle PDF files, which you can view and edit with the accompanied stylus.
The Smart 3 features an E INK Carta HD 10.3-inch E Ink display with a resolution of 1404×1872 with 227 PPIand 16-level grayscale that is enhanced to simulate 256 level grayscale. It has a front-lit display and color temperature system. The screen is flush with the bezel and protected by a layer of glass.
Underneath the hood lies a 2 GHz quad-core processor coupled with 2GB of RAM and 64 GB of of internal storage. It has USC-C port to charge and transfer data. It has single speaker and Bluetooth 5.0, so you can pair wireless headphones or earbuds to listen to audiobooks, podasts and music. Power comes from a 4000 mAh battery that its makers claim has a month long standby time and reading time that stretches several weeks. The Smart 3 is also accompanied by a charging-free electromagnetic pen having 4096 levels of pressure sensitivity along with support for REINK rearrangement engine version 3.0. It also runs Android 10, but you cannot install your own apps, so you will have to make do with the stock ones. Luckily, it supports a myriad of formats, such as TXT, EPUB, PDF, MOBI, EBK3, UMD, DJVU, and AZW3. It will also read all of your Microsoft documents too. The iReader Bookstore is loaded on this device, although it primarily just has Chinese titles. The UI is also all in Chinese, and does not have the ability to support English yet.
The design however remains basically the same, which includes a thickish left spine along with slimmer bezels on the remaining three sides. It measures 6.2 mm and weighs around 368 grams.