Wammy is a 7-inch tablet running on ICS and will be available online through Wickedleak website for Rs 5,249.
To capitalise on the growing demand for affordable tablets, Wicked Leak, an India based start-up company, has come out with an Android Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) based tablet for just Rs 5,249.
Named as Wammy, the tablet comes with a 7-inch screen and will be available online through Wicked Leak's website. It features 5 point capacitive touch screen with 1.2 GHz ARM Cortex A10 and 512 MB DDR3 RAM.
It has an HDMI port, Micro SD slot, 3.5 mm audio out, and a USB 2.0 port for 3G dongle.
Wammy 7 is capable of streaming 1080p full HD videos and has dedicated 400 MHz GPU for advanced flash apps, interactive apps and full HD videos.
Wicked Leak's Wammy is powered by 3,800 mAh battery which the company claims to provide a back up of over 4 hours with WiFi on.
We will shortly publish a review of this device on The Mobile Indian.
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