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RCom launches 3G Gingerbread tablet in India for 12,999 Rupees

August 10, 2011 | by Charles West



Great news for those residing in India, thanks to RCom and Reliance, people will be able to get there hands on a 3G Android tablet running Gingerbread. This tablet will have a price point of Rs 12,999, a move that is likely to see several such entrants in the market in the days to come.

The tablet runs on a 1GHz processor and is loaded with 512 MB RAM and a micro SD storage card, which is expandable up to 32GB. In addition, the tablet has rear 2MP camera and a VGA camera on the front for video calling. Other features include GPS which makes use of Google Maps and 3G for communications.

More features worth noting are Mobile TV, voice dialing and video recording.  The seven-inch tab, is also supported by ‘Documents to Go,’ which supports all forms of documents like Word, Adobe, and Power Point for any office-related work. Reliance is offering attractive, discounted data plans with the tablet. If you didn’t know better, with these tech specs, you would think I were describing the $170 Pandigital Nova Digital Reader, which is a similar 7′ inch tablet sold stateside.

Rcom has 3G network across 333 Towns in 13 Circles. The company’s statement mentioned that the tablet will come with discounts of up to 50 percent on the monthly and annual data plans. Reliance 3G Tab will be in Mumbai, Delhi and Kolkata and will be available in Reliance World and Reliance Mobile stores across the 13 circles where company has 3G network in the next few days.

Source: The Times of India