Xolo Play Tab, Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 and many more are now avaialble for lucrative deals this week.
This week, we found some amazing deals on a tablet and couple of smartphones. So if you have been saving up for a decent device then take a look at these alternatives.
Launch Price: Rs 12,999
Deal Price: Rs 7,999
Xolo had launched the first Tegra based tablet, called Xolo Play Tab 7.0, in early October 2013. This is Xolo's second tablet after the Xolo Tab, which was launched sometime back with a quad core Snapdragon processor. The Xolo Play Tab comes with a Tegra 3 mobile processor which has four performance cores and one battery saving core. To assist in high end gaming there is a 12-core Nvidia ULP GeForce graphics processing unit in the tablet. The Play Tab has a 7 inch IPS-LCD display with 1280 x 800 pixel resolution.
Besides, the 338 gram weighing Xolo Play Tab has 8 GB in-built memory, 32 GB expandable storage slot, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system, 2 megapixel front camera, and 1 GB RAM. There is no rear camera in the tablet. Also, the tablet has a 4000 mAh battery that is said to provide 8 hours of music playback. The Xolo Play Tab has WiFi, Bluetooth, and micro USB for connectivity but it has no SIM connectivity.You can buy the Xolo Play Tab 7.0 for Rs 7,999 from Flipkart website.
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