DataWind is reportedly working on a new Android tablet with 3G support. The unannounced DataWind tablet, dubbed UbiSlate 3G7, was spotted by Engadget on the FCC website.
As per the product info on the FCC listing, the UbiSlate 3G7 has a 7-inch display, SIM slot, 2MP rear camera, front camera (megapixels unknown), microSD memory card and Bluetooth 3.0 connectivity. The tablet supports quadband GPRS and tri-band HSPA (2100 / 1900 / 850MHz), which makes it compatible with AT&T’s “4G” in the US. Other details of the tablet aren't available yet.
The FCC listing also has a slew of images of the tablet. Check them out below:
DataWind recently showed off the UbiSlate 7C , its recommendation for the Aakash 4 tablet. The UbiSlate 7C has a 7-inch multi-touch capacitive touchscreen with 800 x 480 pixels resolution. It runs Android 4.0.4 (v4.1 update due in June-end), and is powered by 1GHz Cortex A8 processor. Read more about the tablet here.
DataWind had claimed top spot in the Indian tablet market in the first quarter of 2013. According to Cyber Media Research’s India Quarterly Tablet Market report for Q1 2013, DataWind had 15.3 percent market share followed by Micromax and Apple with 12.3 percent and 11.7 percent share respectively in second and third place. It's notable the figures don't include the shipment of the Aakash tablets to the government.