In October, 19 tablets were launched in the country and all of them were low cost tablet and the cheapest tablet was priced at Rs 3,999
Tablet market is getting hotter day by day India and it is propelled by low cost tablets that are flooding market. In October, 19 tablets were launched in the country and all of them were low cost tablet and the cheapest tablet was priced at Rs 3,999.
Here is the list of the tablets launched last month.
HCL Me G1 tablet has Android 4.0.4 operating system, a 1.2 GHz dual core processor and 1 GB of RAM. The 9.7 inch display is an IPS 2 panel with very healthy resolution.
The tablet also has 16 GB of internal memory and micro SD card slot with up to 32 GB support. HCL Me G1 has a 2 megapixel rear camera and a 0.3 megapixel front camera. For connectivity, the tablet has Bluetooth 4.0 which is the latest version and offers very fast connection. It also has WiFi, 3G, HDMI and USB support.
HCL has put in a fairly large 7000 mAH battery in the tablet which should offer good battery backup. The tablet also gets a very reasonable price of Rs 14,999.
Though there is no specific announcement regarding its India launch, ZTE has said that the phone will be available globally via AliExpress.
According to Lenovo, 10,000 units were of its A6000 sold out in just two seconds.
Airtel reportedly planning to launch 4G services in 11 states this year and two more states early next year.
Noida may be shortlisted for staring the manufacturing unit of Spice.
Xiaomi Mi 4 is all set to be launched in India tomorrow, succeeding Mi 3 as the flagship phone of Xiaomi in India.
Tizen mobile platform is based on the Linux Kernel and is being backed by Samsung and Intel together.
The nationwide MNP will allow mobile consumers to change their existing service provider in any part of the country while retaining their existing number.
Samsung had recently announced its first Tizen OS based smartphone, Tizen Z1, in India for Rs 5,700.
It is rumored that, Xiaomi will start selling the phone via Flipkart from February 3 after unveiling it on January 28.
Last year too, Datawind had promised to offer a smartphone with free lifetime internet.