DataWind, known for making government subsidized Aakash Tablet, is known for making ultra affordable devices. The company has added a new series of products called moreGmax to its portfiolio that includes UbiSlateTablets, DroidSurfer Netbooks and PocketSurfer smartphones. Under the new series, the company has launched Datawind moreGmax 4G7, which is Datawind's first 4G-enabled tablet. The tablet is touted as a device that brings premium features at affordable price point. The moreGmax 4G7 is priced at Rs 5,999 and is available through retail stores and on Datawind's official website.
On the launch Mr. Suneet Singh Tuli, President & CEO, DataWind said that "With a goal to connect and empower the forgotten billions, we are dedicated to drive 4G implementation in India. As the leading player in the tablet category, we want to offer incredible top-end specifications technology to all at an affordable price. Like its predecessors, this tablet offers the right mix of features and on-the-go connectivity. Our 7 inch 4G marvel is the first in its class, beating existing products in the market by more than a 20% margin"
We take you through 5 key specifications of the Datwind moreGmax 4G7 tablet:
A 7-inch Display:
The moreGmax 4G7 tablet flaunts a 7-inch multi-touch capacitive display that packs in a resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels. The screen doesn't have a glass protection.
Datawind mentioned in a press note that the new tablet is powered by a quad-core Cortex A7 processor, however, the name of the chipset maker has not been revealed. As far as the storage space is concerned, the CPU is paired with 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage. Besides that the tablet offers up to 32GB of expandable memory on microSD.
Dual-camera set up:
In the camera department, the tablet features a 3MP primary camera at the rear and 0.3 MP VGA front-facing camera. For a tablet in this price, the camera set is not extra ordinarily great, but is not even bad, considering that this is the standard camera specs for a tablet in this price range.
Speaking of software, Datawind's new tablet runs Android 5.1 Lollipop operating system that is outdated considering most of the new range of budget devices are now powered by Marshmallow iteration. However, there still is a major chunk of devices that are powered by Lollipop.
This is a 4G enabled tablet that supports internet services and voice-calling on 4G LTE, 3G, and EDGE networks. Other connectivity options in the tablet include features like Wi-fi Hotspot, Wi-fi Direct, Bluetooth and GPS.