Philips PI3800 With Decent Specs Runs Android 4.0
If you’re on a tight budget, yet doesn’t want to compromise owning a tablet, then you may consider this new slate.
Philips might be the solution for your techy dilemma. This electronics company has produced and now intros its 7-inch tablet running on Android Ice Cream Sandwich OS. The slate is named as PI3800, based on the MIPS processor architecture from Linley Group.
The tablet has a 16: 9 multi touch display supporting a 1024 x 600-pixel resolution. It is powered by 1 GHz Linley CPU and has 8 GB of NAND Flash memory. Also, Philips PI3800 measures 13.2mm in thickness and weighs about 365 grams.
The slate also is a proprietor of audio technology called FullSound, meaning, this could reduce the disadvantages of compressed audio formats. Hence, this model comes with professional acoustic speaker set up for a clean and well-balanced sound.
Added features include 2 MP rear and VGA front cams, 0.75 integrated speakers, Wi-Fi connectivity, built-in Bluetooth 2.1 and microUSB port too.
However, pricing and availability details aren’t available yet, but definitely, this tablet would come as cheaper as other decent slates in the market.