iBall Slide Q900 Quad Core Tablet Officially Released At Rs 13,999

iBall, one of the companies fast coming up in the Indian smartphone scene, has officially released its brand new iBall Slide Q900 quad core tablet. While the device has been put up at a price of Rs. 13,999, the device has been made available at a Best Buy price of Rs. 12,499.

iBall, already known for its innovative and technology products, has unveiled the latest iBall Slide 3G 7803Q-900, which adds to its very successful and growing performance series of tablet PCs. "iBall Slide 3G 7803Q-900 is a combination of dexterous and power-packed performance with Quad Core processor and plethora of startling features that promises to enhance every user experience," the official press release states.

iBall Slide Q900 Quad Core Tablet Officially Released At Rs 13,999

The new Slide tab, which is said to offer a cutting edge design with an equally impressive metallic brushed body embodied in a sleek frame, sports a 7.85 inch IPS display and HD resolution (1024 x 768) for sharp image quality.

The device also features a 5MP Auto Focus (AF) rear camera with LED flash that lets users take care of the imaging section, even in low lighting conditions. It also comes with 2 MP front camera for video calling and clicking selfies.

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Apart from that, the device is powered by the latest Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. It is also backed by a 1GB DDR3 RAM and built-in memory of 16GB which is further expandable up to 32 GB. The device is also supported by a strong 4000mAh Polymer Battery that provides the phone a long lasting battery.

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Connectivity options include GPS and A-GPS capabilities for easy navigation and tracing locations. The dual SIM supporting device enables users to access high speed 3G HSPA+ downlink of 21Mbps and uplink of 5.6 Mbps, apart from the regular Bluetooth offering.

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