GizBot has received exclusive information pointing to Mercury tablets and smartphones. It’s been a long wait, and finally the juicy gossip can be shared with all of you. In an e-mail response to our queries, Ms. Susmita Das, VP-Business, Kobian Pte Ltd, reveals about sequel to Mercury Magic Q in the making, a Quad –Core tablet, and ultra-affordable tablets (7’-9.7).
The exclusive information is that Kobian is working hard to release a sequel to Mercury Magic Q. As per company’s spokesperson, the next-gen Mercury Magic Q comes with dual –core processor and HD display. However, the company neither declined to comment upon the design philosophy behind the device nor wished to speak about the pricing. The next-gen Mercury Magic Q Phablet should be out in the end of this month. “Yes, the next model shall be launched by end of April which shall be a higher version of magiQ with Dual core processor and high definition display”.
The original Mercury Magic Q had a 5-inch display with resolution of 800 X 480 pixels, 1-GHz single core processor, 4GB of internal memory (expandable), 512MB of RAM, Dual SIM and runs on Android 4.0 ICS. The device sells for Rs.12, 700 in the Indian market.
When it comes to quad-core stuffed tablet, consumers can expect to see, an exciting model by the end of this month. “Mercury shall be launching the quad core model by end of April “, as per Ms. Susmita Das, VP- Business, Kobian Pte Ltd.
Well, the secretive company once again tried to keep the specifications under closed wraps. So, one has to wait a little longer to get detailed information about Kobian’s mysterious quad-core tablet.
The folks over at Kobian are just not looking at quad-core tablets. The company is also eyeing ultra-affordable tablets across different sizes. “Yes we are launching the Mass model (you may call the entry level) on both 7” and 9.7” which shall be at a very attractive price tag”. GizBot expect that both devices would be priced under Rs.10, 000.
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