iBerry launches 'Octa-core' tablet
Technology firm iBerry has launched a Octa-core processor-based tablet, the first in India, and said it is the cheapest in the segment.
The tablet is powered by Samsung's Exynos 5 Octa-Core 28nm processor with tri-core GPU of PowerVR SGX 544MP and equipped with world's first and one-of-its-kind switchable 3G module, iBerry said in a statement.
It uses a switchable third generation (3G) module technology, so that a user can plug-in or plug-out the SIM module chip anytime. The users thus have the option to decide if they want to use the device as a phone or just as a Wi-Fi Tablet.
For instance, if a user wants to use the device just as a WiFi tablet, then he/she can plug-out the SIM module from the device, thus making it a WiFi tablet and eventually gets the advantage of higher battery backup sans the SIM module chip.
"In addition to it, Auxus CoreX8 3G comes with 2GB DDRIII RAM on a 7.85 inch display of 720p resolution, 16 GB inbuilt memory, Android 4.2.2 which is upgradeable to higher versions of Android in future via OTA," the statement said.
The company has also launched a new model in smartphone called "Auxus Xenea X1". The smartphone comes bundled with Optimised Jumbo Headset for thrilling and entertaining experience for music buffs.
Auxus CoreX8 3G is priced at Rs.20,990, while the new smartphone will cost Rs.9,990.
Booking for the new products will start from Jan 10.
(Posted on 06-01-2014)