Lava E-Tab Xtron dual-core Jelly Bean tablet available online, for Rs. 6,499

Lava's E-Tab Xtron budget Jelly Bean tablet has made its way to online retailer, Flipkart, boasting of some pretty impressive specs at a low price point.

Published Date
10 - Feb - 2013
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10 - Feb - 2013
Lava E-Tab Xtron dual-core Jelly Bean tablet available online, fo...

A new 7-inch budget Jelly Bean tablet is now available online in India, called the Lava E\-Tab Xtron. Priced at Rs. 6,499 on Flipkart, the E-Tab XtronWhere to buy 6920 is remarkable not just for featuring the latest (well, almost) Android 4.1 operating system, but also a dual-core 1.5GHz Cortex A9 processor and quad-core Mali-400 graphics, coupled with 1GB of RAM, at that price.

The Lava E-Tab XtronWhere to buy 6920’s 7-inch IPS display has a resolution of 1024x600 pixels, not too bad for a budget 7-inch device. The tablet features 8GB of built-in storage, of which 5GB will be user available – microSD expandability up to 32GB is also supported.

Other specs include a 2MP front-facing camera, Wi-Fi connectivity, 3G connectivity via USB dongle, and a USB port. Weighing in at 350 grams, the E-Tab XtronWhere to buy 6920 is 11.5mm thick, and features a 3500 mAh battery, which will reportedly provide up to 3-4 hours of usage with Wi-Fi on.

The E-Tab XtronWhere to buy 6920 has not yet been officially launched along retail channels by Lava, and at the time of writing was only available on Flipkart. So far, no mention of a possible upgrade to Android 4.2 Jelly Bean has been made.

We’ve seen a few 1.5GHz dual-core 7-inch budget Jelly Bean tablets with 1GB of RAM already, such as the iberry Auxus CoreX2 3G (Rs. 10,990) and Wickedleak Wammy Desire (Rs. 6,800). In comparison  the Lava E-Tab XtronWhere to buy 6920, at least on paper, with very competitive specifications, seems to stand a good chance in the market. We can’t wait to get the tablet in for review, and see if its performance justifies a recommendation.

Source: Gizbot



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