While major tech-majors are busy rolling out high end smartphones, tablet market is no behind. Just like smartphone makers are now trying to take over the market by introducing low-priced smartphones, similarly, tablet-makers are also stressing upon the low-price issue and are trying to lure customers with cheap devices. Same is the case with Videocon, which has recently launched a low-priced tablet.
Not long after being spotted online, tech-biggie,Videocon has rolled-out its latest VT75C Android tablet recently. The tablet which has been pegged at a price of INR 6,499, is definitely a smart buy. You can have the tab at a price low as INR 5,965 in different online stores.
The tablet comes with 2G voice-calling support and is based upon Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. It boasts of a 7-inch WVGA capacitive display and is powered by a strong 1GHz processor. It features a 2megapixel rear camera along with a VGA front-faced camera. Its 4GB of internal storage memory can be further expanded with the help of a microSD card slot. The tablets also get along several fun-apps straight out of the box. You can also download more with the help of Google Play.
“The time has arrived for hybrid devices to rule the telecommunications market, and hence we have developed the Videocon VT 75C calling tablet. This brings together the calling features of a smartphone with the entertainment features of a tablet thereby bringing the best of both the worlds to the discerning customer, ”Khalid Zamir, Head Product Planning & Development, Videocon Mobile Phone, said.
Given below are the specification of Videocon VT75C 2G
•Dimensions: 194.5×122.3×11.7 mm
•Memory: Up-to 32 GB T –Flash Expandable Memory, 4 GB ROM+512 MB RAM
•Connectivity: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth v 2.1, HDMI Out port, Micro USB Support, 3 G via Dongle
•7-inch capacitive display with 800x480p resolution
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