HCL to launch 3G and WiFi enabled ICS tablet in August
Leading PC maker HCL is all set to launch one more Android tablet in the Indian market after launching tw0 7 inches tablets earlier. This will be the third in a row. The new tablet called Y2 will come up with some attractive features. Along with have a SIM slot for 3G network, it will also be enabled with access to WiFi connectivity.
The tablet is likely to enter the Indian market in August this year after it?s launch in India by HCL. Though, the exact price of the device will be revealed at the time of launch but it is expected to cost less than Rs 15,000 in India.
The Y2 tablet runs on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system powered by 1 GHz Arm Cortex A8 processor. The device features 512 MB RAM and access to HCL Me App Store from where various applications can be downloaded directly.
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