The Pumpkin Android 7.1 Octa-core 32GB 2GB Car Stereo Radio is one of the latest Android car…
Compared to the Pumpkin Android 7.1, the Eonon Android 7.1 is definitely cheaper. However, as you’d then…
When it comes to Android car stereos with a quad-core CPU, the PolarLander 7″ FHD Capacitive…
The Eincar Android 6.0 Marshmallow 6.2 inch Quad-core Car Radio Stereo is a double din option, which…
If you have money to spare, you may think that the Pyle PLDNAND692 Android Car Stereo…
Considering its reasonable price, this ATOTO model was loaded with features. In fact, it almost carries similar…
We wanted to showcase an Android Car Stereo at the cheaper end of the spectrum,…
We spent just over a month in researching and testing 7 Android Car Stereos to determine the best Android car stereo in the market. As well as testing the stereos themselves for ease of use, sound quality and price we’ve considered how easy it is to assemble and install them as well.
Our team of reviewers firmly believe that the overall best Android car stereo is the Pumpkin Car Stereo Radio. It carries the same operating system and processor as the Eonon Car Stereo, but the quality of the sound – the most important feature of a stereo – produced by the Pumpkin is impressively better.
The Pumpkin Android 7.1 Octa-core 32GB 2GB Car Stereo Radio is one of the latest Android car stereos from the Pumpkin line, which is why we expected nothing less than the best.
Since the processor on this model is an 8-core, we had the time of our geeky lives running Spotify and Google Maps at the same time! Since this model supports all DVD formats and online videos, you can watch high-quality videos on your car. In contrast to the Eonon 10.1″Android 7.1 Double Din Car Stereo, which is another octa-core car stereo, the radio on the Pumpkin Android 7.1 works better with minimal interference.
In terms of connectivity, it supports USB cable, Bluetooth, and Steering Wheel Control. Another great feature of the Pumpkin Android 7.1 is that it was able to provide great value for the money considering its full range of features.
Compared to the Pumpkin Android 7.1, the Eonon Android 7.1 is definitely cheaper. However, as you’d then expect, it certainly lacks in terms of features, performance, and reliability.
Both models have an octa-core CPU, but Pumpkin provides a smoother operation, especially when apps are simultaneously running. The Eonon Android 7.1 carries almost every feature found on the Pumpkin Android 7.1, except the DVD and CD function. However, the difference between both models was that the Pumpkin performs consistently better, especially when it came to the radio signal.
The connectivity is also limited to a Bluetooth connection since there was no visible port for a USB cable. The structure of the Eonon Android 7.1 seems to be less durable too when compared to its pricier counterpart.
When it comes to Android car stereos with a quad-core CPU, the PolarLander 7″ FHD Capacitive Touch Screen is one that comes with an older operating system. This means that some features available to newer OS aren’t made available for this car stereo, although it is a great model if you are short on the budget since it is affordable but reliable.
It’s easy to setup and fit, even without referring to the instruction manual. However, there are some buyers that have complained about the PolarLander being defective, which makes me think that the manufacturers employ poor quality control of their product.
The Eincar Android 6.0 Marshmallow 6.2 inch Quad-core Car Radio Stereo is a double din option, which can make it quite difficult to fit. Once you get over the fitting issue, we found that the EinCar Android Car Stereo actually performs nicely.
First, there is a rearview camera included with the EinCar, which helps with reversing the car. This model also supports the dual camera system.
The Bluetooth connectivity is also worth mentioning as the calls are really clear. For someone who is awful with directions, the pre-installed GPS navigation is pretty reliable and, if you have a Samsung phone, you just need a USB cable to connect the phone to the screen. However, there is also the WiFi connectivity option, which is also available for Apple users.
If you have money to spare, you may think that the Pyle PLDNAND692 Android Car Stereo Double Din Receiver is worth spending on. However, you’d be mistaken because we feel the quality and reliability of this car stereo does not justify its price.
To be honest, as we did our research, Pyle almost didn’t even make the cut for the testing phase since it felt like we’d just be wasting money!
One of our colleagues, however, said that she used to have this model and it performed just fine, although, this wasn’t the case for us when we put it to the test.
The sound quality was quite poor for calls and for music streaming, although the memory on the Pyle PLDNAND692 is 16 GB, which allowed me to store more songs and videos to play during longer car rides.
Considering its reasonable price, this ATOTO model was loaded with features. In fact, it almost carries similar features as the Pyle PLDNAND692, which is certainly a more expensive model. In terms of the sound quality, it’s a notch above the Pyle. Calls are also clearer on this Atoto A6 and the GPS navigation is supremely accurate.
The radio was also able to minimize interference, which allows for better sound trips while driving. There was also several connectivity options for Android devices and updates are done in a timely manner. Overall, we’ve found it to be a better alternative to the Pyle.
We wanted to showcase an Android Car Stereo at the cheaper end of the spectrum, which is why we decided to include this Qiilu model in our review.
liSurprisingly, wasn’t lacking in terms of performance, especially when it comes to the sound quality, although it has some lapses in terms of reliability and consistency. We also had trouble with its rather lengthy loading time, which seems like it would take forever!
Android car stereos can both refer to the head units that are compatible with Android tablets and phones or car stereos that run on Android. This allows the user to play the songs on their device and listen to it while they are in the car.
This can help prevent road accidents since you don’t have to tinker with your phone or tablet as the same data is available via your Android Car Stereo.
The main advantage to having an Android Car Stereo is that you can go hands-free since you don’t have to operate your phone or tablet to listen to music. In turn, this allows for a safer drive. You even get better visibility of the screen.
However, some android car stereos will create radio interference, which means that it can prevent proper listening of FM or AM stations.
When purchasing an Android car stereos, you must be certain that it is highly functional, which means that you get the most out of your purchase. It is best if you can browse for songs through the head unit.
It’s important to pick a model that allows for music browsing and playback. You should also pick your car stereo depending on the connectivity that you prefer.
The most common option is for Bluetooth connectivity, but there are some Android Car Stereos that allow for USB connectivity.
The average price of an Android Car Stereo is at around £200 to £350, although some Android Car Stereos cost as low as £70 and as much as £800.
The Pumpkin Android 7.1 Octa-core 32GB 2GB Car Stereo Radio is truly in a league of its own when it comes to Android Car Stereos. It can support several apps and allows you to run several applications at once. Apart from being able to play music, it also allows the user to answer calls without using their phone.
It has a steering wheel control and the radio also comes with a good reception most of the time. It also comes equipped with the Bluetooth system, but also allows for USB connectivity. Updates are also timely for the Pumpkin Car Stereo Radio and it supports reverse camera input.
The Pumpkin Android 7.1 Octa-core 32GB 2GB Car Stereo Radio supports both online and offline navigation applications. However, the map card should be purchased separately from the Android Car Stereo. The latest version of the Pumpkin can also support the Tom Tom Go app and Europe Maps, Google Maps, Waze and other navigational apps.
The Bluetooth connectivity of the PolarLander 7″ FHD Capacitive Touch Screen is commendable. With this car stereo, the Bluetooth connectivity almost never misses. The playback on this Android Car Stereo is just as great and browsing the songs is also easy. With the touch screen on this car stereo, it is easy to operate the music in your car hands-free.
For a Quad-core Processor, the Eincar Android 6.0 Marshmallow 6.2 inch Quad-core Car Radio Stereo is one of the best. With an Android device, you will be able to mirror on the unit via WiFi or a USB cable.
The map has already been preinstalled, which means that it would be easier to use online and offline navigation apps with this processor. With the steering wheel control, you will keep your hands on the steering wheel to ensure your safety.
The ATOTO A6 2DIN and Navigation Stereo with Bluetooth has a dash camera input, which can be accessed in no time. This is due to the fact that the system starts in just a few seconds. Moreover, the GPS module has already been integrated and it also comes pre-installed with the Google Maps application.
There are some options for Android Car Stereos that sell for less than £100, but at this price you generally get what you pay for, but Qiilu 7 Inch 2 Din Bluetooth Car Stereo is an exception, which is able to provide reliable quality performance considering its price.