7-Inch Smart Tab 1 Tablet with Android 4.0 ICS Released in India

The slate is available for purchase for Rs 6,990 (125 USD or 100 EUR)

Indian company Karbonn Mobiles has just announced the immediate availability of a new Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich tablet, the Smart Tab 1.

This would be the third budget-friendly Android tablet launched in the last three days in India. The only thing that makes the Smart Tab 1 stand out is the fact that it comes with some kind of 3D gravity sensor, which allows it to handle 1080 video smoothly.

In the same piece of news, Karbonn also announced a new range of Android smartphones: Karbonn A9, Karbonn A7 and Karbonn A5.

The smartphones come with dual-SIM capability and Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread platform along with a new “Karbonn Smart” mobile ecosystem.

The Smart Tab 1 is powered by Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system and packs a 1.2 GHz X-Burst single-core processor. The tablet sports a 7-inch capacitive touchscreen display and drains energy from a 3,700 mAh Li-Ion battery.

After creating an unprecedented buzz in the national and international market by bringing in technologically advanced and feature rich product range for the masses, we at Karbonn Mobiles intend to engage the audience with our latest offering of the ‘Karbonn Smart’ ecosystem,” said Karbonn Mobiles, executive director, Shashin Devsare.

In the connectivity front, Smart Tab 1 comes with Wi-Fi and 3G support, but users will have to attach an USB dongle in order to take advantage of this feature.

There’s also a 2-megapixel front-facing camera, along with some proprietary pre-loaded applications and games, such as Karbonn Smart Browser. Karbonn Smart Tab 1 is now available for purchase in India for only Rs 6,990 (125 USD or 100 EUR).

We wish to bring to our informed and enlightened consumers, technologically advanced networked devices encapsulating an avant-garde tablet and smartphone range which bring to the consumers products which are amongst the best in the world in terms of battery backup, internet surfing, audio-video playback and engaged user interface,” added Shashin Devsare.

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