Zebronics, a division of Infotronix, is set to launch a new tablet with 2G voice calling facility.
Zebronics last week said it shortly be adding to the Zebpad line of tablets with models that incorporate voice-calling through an in-built SIM-card slot, powered by dual-core and quad-core processors and including other lifestyle features.
Last week, Zebronics launched Zebpad 7-inch and 9-inch tablets in India. The 7-inch tablet is priced at Rs 5,499.
Both these two tablets do not support 2G voice calling.
Infotronix’s 9-inch tablet will be available in end-May and price will be announced later. The 7-inch model – running on Android 4.0.4 ICS operating system (OS) — features 800×480 pixels resolution supporting a 5-point, capacitative touch-screen.
Pradeep Doshi, director of Top Notch Infotronix, said: “It is the perfect time for Zebronics to deliver a new generation of tablets that should go beyond expectations, high on performance as well as looks, giving users a rich personalized experience.”
“The new launch in this category reflects Zebronics long expertise in merging intuitive, easy-to-use visual and mobility-focused hardware with exceptionally smart technologies and will deliver on the promise of the category at an unmatchable price,” Doshi added.
On 20 May, Kobian launched its 3G tablet with voice calling facility. Mercury mTAB7G has been priced at Rs 7,799.
The 10.8mm thick tablet operates on the latest Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich. As part of the promotion, Kobian is offering a free tablet case cover with keyboard worth Rs 899. The tablet with voice calling facility is powered by 1.2GHz Cortex A8 core processor.
Available for Rs 12980, Zync Z1000 is a tablet with voice calling, 3G and keyboard.
There are other tablet models available in the Indian tablet market.
Note: this is not the pix of Zebronics tablet.