Beetel Teletech recently launched a new tablet called “Beetel Magiq II”. Surprisingly, the Magiq II is not an upgrade but a stripped-down version of the original Magiq tablet. The Magiq II is priced at Rs. 9,799, Rs. 200 less than the original Magiq. In addition, the Magiq II comes with less impressive specs as compared to its sibling. Well, we are yet to review the new Magiq II and give you our final verdict on it. But in the meantime, we bring to a you a quick spec comparison between the two Magiq tablets:
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The Beetel Magiq is a seven-inch tablet, running on Android 2.2 Froyo operating system. It has a seven-inch WVGA display with 800x480 resolution. The beetel magiqWhere to buy 9999 is powered by a 1GHz processor and comes with an 8GB memory, extendable up to 16GB via microSD card. The tablet has 2MP frontal and rear cameras and also features a SIM card slot. For connectivity, the device supports 3G, Bluetooth 2.1and Wi-Fi. It has a Li-ion 2200mAh battery, which is promised to give backup of 3 and 60 hours in talktime and standby modes respectively. Check out a detailed review of the Beetel Magiq here. The price of the Beetel Magiq is Rs. 9,999.
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The Beetel Maqiq II is also a seven-inch tablet, running Android 2.2 Froyo operating system. Like the beetel magiqWhere to buy 9999, the Magiq II also features seven-inch WVGA display with 800x480 resolution, 2MP frontal and rear cameras, Bluetooth 2.1, Wi-Fi, Li-ion 2200mAh battery and SIM card slot. However, the Magiq II is powered by a 768 MHz processor, which was 1GHz in the original one. Moreover, the Magiq II has no internal storage and instead it will pack with an 8GB microSD card. The original Magiq had an 8GB of internal storage, which could be extended up to 16GB through microSD card. The Magiq II comes for Rs. 9,799.
Considering the specs, the Magiq II has nothing extraordinary to offer to the tablet lovers, especially those who already had their hands on the first Magiq. Moreover, the marginal reduction in price is certainly not going to woo them.
Are you willing to settle down for a stripped-down version of Magiq for saving mere Rs. 200? Let us know your take in the comments section below: