Of late we've seen a plethora of low-cost Android tablets hitting the Indian market. Micromax, Zync and HCL are some of the manufacturers who recently launched their Android 4.0 ICS-based budget tablets in India. Another India-based manufacturer, Karbonn Mobiles is now eyeing the tablet segment and is going to launch a seven-inch Android ICS-based tablet very soon. The company has already started pre-booking for the device.
Karbonn's forthcoming tablet, dubbed as Karbonn SmartTab 1, features a 7-inch capacitive touchscreen along with a 3D gravity sensor for better gaming experience. It runs on Android 4.0.3 OS and is powered by a 1.2 GHz processor. The device also has a mini HDMI port (to connect it to a TV), a micro SD card slot for storage of up to 32 GB, and also a USB port. The The Karbonn SmarTab 1 also comes with a 2MP camera and 3,700 mAh battery. To know more about Karbonn's SmartTab 1, click here.
Separately, Karbonn Mobiles will soon launch two entry-level budget Android tablets – A7 and A9. While details of the forthcoming Karbonn devices are sketchy, it's learnt that both the devices will come with dual-SIM functionality and will have capacitive touchscreen. While the A7 will have a 1,420 mAh battery, the A9 will have a better 1,600 mAh battery.
Karbonn Mobiles teasing its new ICS-based tablet, SmartTab 1
- Micromax Funbook vs. the competition
- Google to focus on low-cost tablet market to popularise Android
- Intel announces student-oriented tablet, Studybook