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Micromax Funbook P600 comes with voice calling support and 3G connectivity. The Funbook P600 runs Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich OS and is powered by a 1GHz dual-core Qualcomm MSM8225A ARM Cortex A5 processor.
Micromax Funbook P600, the company's latest budget Android tablet, has gone up for sale via online retailer Snapdeal for Rs. 9499. Believed to be an upgraded version of the Funbook Talk, the new Micromax tablet supports voice calling as well as 3G connectivity.
As per the specifications listed on Snapdeal, the Micromax Funbook P600 features a 7-inch multi-touch capacitive touchscreen (resolution unspecified). It runs Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich OS and is powered by a 1GHz dual-core Qualcomm MSM8225A ARM Cortex A5 processor. It has 512 MB RAM.
The tablet has a front camera (MegaPixels unspecified) and a 2MP rear camera. The built-in storage of the device is 2GB and has microSD slot that supports storage up to 32GB. For connectivity, the tablet only supports 3G, USB and Wi-Fi, and does not have Bluetooth.
Other details of the Funbook P600 are not revealed yet. However, you can check out the Snapdeal listing for the tablet here.
Funbook P600 listed on Snapdeal
Micromax has launched quite a few budget tablets in the market so far - Funbook Talk, Funbook Infinity, Funbook Alpha and the 10-inch Funbook Pro. The new Funbook P600 will compete with other 7-inch tablets featuring 3G voice calling support such as the Byond Mi-book Mi7, Zen UltraTab A700 and the HCL ME Tablet Y3.
The availability of the Funbook P600 comes close on the heels of the launch of the Canvas HD A116 5-inch smartphone/phablet from the company. The new Micromax phablet went out of stock soon after it was made available online. Read Micromax Canvas HD A116 back in stock but shipping in 20 business days.
The Canvas HD comes with an impressive set of specifications such as 5-inch IPS LCD display with a 1280x720 resolution, quad-core 1.2GHz processor, 1GB of RAM and PowerVR Series5XT GPU. It also houses a 2000mAh battery, an 8MP rear camera and a 2MP front facing camera. It runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean upgradable to Android 4.2. Read Micromax A116 Canvas HD: A Quick Pictorial Review and Micromax A116 Canvas HD performance review vs. other quad-core phones