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The new Micromax Funbook Infinity has a 7-inch full touch display, 2MP rear camera and 0.3 MP front camera, 4GB internal storage and 512MB of RAM. The device comes packed with a 4,000 mAh battery, which is supposed to provide browsing time over 6 hours and a standby time of 260 hours. For connectivity, the Funbook Infinity supports 3G via dongle, Wi-Fi and USB.
The tablet supports wide range of formats such as AVI, MPEG, MKV, RMVB, MP4, MOV, VOB, DAT, FLV and 3GP. The Funbook Infinity has pre-installed Adobe Flash player, and various other applications.
Like the original Funbook and Funbook Pro tablets, the latest Infinity will be loaded with the educational content, as the company has teamed up with McGraw Hill, Everonn, Pearson, and Vriti. For entertainment content, Micromax has partnered with BIGFlix, Zenga, Hungama & IndiaGames. Also preloaded are two movies, Rowdy Rathore and Tees Maar Khan.
Micromax Funbook Infinity
After flooding the market with the Android smartphones in every possible budget category, Micromax is concentrating on the budget tablet segment. Its first tablet, Funbook, was quite a success, prompting others to launch their own budget tablets. Right now market has quite a few ICS budget tablets from manufacturers such as Wicked Leak, Zync and Karbonn. For more insight on the budget tablets, check out our list of Top 10 Budget tablets.
Source: Times of India