Fly Mobile is the latest to join the ongoing low-cost tablet war in India as it launches its first Android 2.2 Froyo OS-based tablet 'Fly Vision'. Priced aggressively at Rs. 7,299, the Fly Vision features 600 MHz Rockchip 2818 chipset processor and 256 MB of RAM. [RELATED_ARTICLE]
The Fly Vision comes with a seven-inch TFT LCD touchscreen with 800x480 pixels resolution. The new Fly tablet features 1.3MP camera and a 2400mAh battery, which is rated to deliver 6 hours of continuous operation. The tablet also comes with an external storage slot that can house 16GB micro SD card. On the connectivity front, the Fly Vision supports 3G,GPRS,Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. The new tablet comes pre-loaded with standard Google apps such as Google Talk,Gmail,Google Maps and YouTube.
Other features of the Fly Vision include e-reader, video player, social web integration, 3.5-mm audio jack and a built-in speaker. Check out specs of the Fly Vision in detail here.
Fly's latest tablet is certainly going to be pitted against other low-cost tablets such as Beetel Magiq and home-grown Aakash. The Magiq is priced at Rs. 9,999, while the commercial version of Aakash costs nearly Rs. 2,999. Of late, we have seen a series of budget tablets hitting the Indian market. HCL recently launched ME X1 (Rs. 10,490), while Lenovo came up with the IdeaPad A1 (14,990).
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