Polaroid Aims to Beat Nexus with its M7 Tablet
When you talk about Android devices and tablets, Polaroid is just a wind that you could feel yet, most often than not, ignored. Nonetheless, the Polaroid Company wanted a revitalized change in such a perception. Learning thru, it delivers such change by bringing in a powerful yet very reasonably priced setting no compromise whatsoever tablet at the CES 2013 called the Polaroid M7.
The Nexus 7 is running across much competitors this year aimed at leveling with it, if not, supersede it in the market industry. The first to trample on that rate is the Acer’s Iconia B1. And now, as per recent discussions, the Polaroid M7 is on the attempt to undercut the Google Nexus 7 price and flamboyantly scores a starting price point of $129.
The Polaroid M7 is a 7-inch Android tablet which is powered and packed to sport 1,280 x 800 pixel display, a dual-core processor of unspecified kind, a 2-megapixel camera and expandable internal storage via microSD cards.
Also, it runs an Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system which takes insulate out of Ice Cream Sandwich. Furthermore, it is overall at that price as it definitely appears to hit all necessities on our wish list and has everything it needs to sell to the masses.