Micromax has quietly launched its first tablet, P-300, in India. Running on Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich OS, the Micromax P-300 tablet has been spotted at online shopping site Homeshop18 with a price tag of Rs. 7,999.
Speaking of specifications, the Micromax P-300 tablet sports a 7-inch display, 0.3MP camera, Android 4.0.3, 512MB RAM, 4GB Internal storage and microSD card support. There's little information about the battery life, though the site says the P-300 gives four hours of web browsing. Other features include support for Adobe Flash Player: 10.3 or later and 1080 P video recording. The device, however, has been listed as “out of stock” at the website presently. So far there's no word on the fresh availability of the device. Check out other details of the Micromax P-300 tablet here.
Micromax is a major player in the budget smartphone segment in India. With a price tag of Rs. 7,999, the Micromax P-300 is likely to be pitted against the likes of Beetel's Magiq-series, iBall Slide, Reliance CDMA Tab and other tablets under Rs. 15, 000. Do you think Micromax's ICS-based tablet is going to have a strong impact in the budget tablet market? Let us know in the comments section below: