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.
Both the smartphones said to come with paramilitary security chip inside and with latest 360 OS 2.0 secure system.
Both come in white crescent, sky black, champagne Gold, and Rose Gold colour variants.
Prior to Dehradun, Telenor had rolled out its 4G services in Agra.
Panasonic smartphones users can download the MyJio app to avail the offer on the basis of location and city.
LG has so far launched LG X Style, X Power, X Mach, X Max, X5 and X Skin smartphones in this year.
A lot of smartphone manufacturers are known to fill their phones with unnecessary apps which not only takes up the internal memory but also are quite useless.
Yesterday Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime (2016) was spotted on Geekbench website.
The Coolpad Mega 2.5D smartphone comes in pure gold, grey and champagne white colours.
The smartphone comes with 4GB of RAM and runs on Android Marshmallow.
Airtel and Idea have recently expanded their 4G footprint in Odisha.