Zync launches ICS-based Z999 Plus tablet in India for Rs. 11,990

Published Date
03 - Jul - 2012
| Last Updated
03 - Jul - 2012
Zync launches ICS-based Z999 Plus tablet in India for Rs. 11,990

Zync has added another tablet to its portfolio, the Zync Z999 Plus. The device is the successor to the Zync Z990, and will be running Google’s Android 4.0 ICS OS. There is no word on whether the device will be upgradable to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.

At the launch of the tablet, Ashish Garg – Director, Zync Global Pvt. Ltd. Said, “We were the first players to launch a low cost tablet on Android 4.0 a few months ago and are constantly working on innovating by adding more features to match the varied needs and lifestyles of consumers. The response from our customers base for our earlier models Z909 Plus, Z990 and the Z990 Plus has been outstanding and we are catering to the student community and educational institutions at large.”

Zync is not the only company that is updating its hardware. Recently we have seen iBerry launch the Auxus AX03G.

In the past we have seen quite a few budget tablets hit store shelves. You can take a look at our tablet reviews here.

We also reviewed the Zync Z990. You can read the review of the device here.

The specifications of the Zync Z999 Plus are as follows:

Android 4.0 ICS

Video support (AVI, MKV, WMV, MOV, MP4, DAT, VOB, PMP, MPEG, MPG, FLV, 3GP)
Audio support (MP3, WMA, APE, FLAC, AAC, AC3)

Front facing 0.3MP camera
Rear facing 2MP camera without flash

7-inch display with a resolution of 480x800
Capacitive touchscreen

Internal 3G modem
Wi-Fi – 802.11b/g/n

1.5 GHz, single core ARM Cortex A8 CPU

Messaging options
Business and Office – Word, Excel, Power point, Quick office and PDF
Ebook reader

Google Play Store, Browser, MSN, Google Maps, Skype, Facebook and more

Mali 400, 3D graphics OpenGL 2.0

HDMI, USB, MicroSD and Bluetooth 2.1

Height: 192.5mm
Weight: 340gms
Width: 121.35mm
Depth: 12.2mm

4200 mAh

8GB Flash storage
MicroSD card support up to 32GB

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