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.

via tablet-news

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