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Swipe Tab All in One vs Karbonn Agnee: 3G Android Tablet Fight Begins Now
In an attempt to add more and more features to their budget Android tablet offerings, the manufacturers now have started introducing tablets with SIM card slots in order to win the tablet market race.
The new 3G feature actually helps the consumers make voice calls without the need of an handset. There are not many 3G tablets in the Indian market, when it comes to low price points, however, it looks like few tech manufacturers are now working on introducing new killer tablets in the category bringing on the competition to the next level.
Following similar lines, Swipe Telecom, a California based company and the maker of the first 3D tablet in the nation has recently come up with an Android ICS based tablet priced at Rs 11,999 and dual SIM support.
At the same time, Karbonn Mobiles, another company which is aggressively releasing new products into the consumer market has also come up with a 3G and SIM card supporting tablet dubbed as Agnee.
If you are planning to upgrade to a low cost Android ICS tablet with the voice calling feature, here is a comparison between the newly launched Swipe Tab All in One and Karbonn Agnee tablets.
Display: Swipe tablet houses a 7 inch HD capacitive touchscreen display with a resolution of 1028 x 768 pixels while Agnee packs a 7 inch capacitive touchscreen display with 800 x 480 pixel resolution.
Operating System: In this segment, both the tablets score equally as they come flavored with Android 4.0 ICS platform.
Processor: When it comes to processor, Swipe tablet is equipped with a1.5GHz processor and Karbonn Agnee packs a 1GHz Qualcomm processor.
Storage: On the storage front, Swipe tablet has 8GB internal storage and 1GB RAM while Agnee has 4GB Internal Memory and 512MB RAM. However, both the tablets have a micro SD card supporting up to 32GB additional storage.
Camera: Swipe tablet has a 2MP rear camera and 1.3MP front camera for video calling, on the other hand, Agnee has only a 1.3MP front camera.
Connectivity: In terms of connectivity, both the tablets come with Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth, in-built GPS and of course 3G (as they are 3G tablets).
Moreover, both the devices support a SIM card slot for voice calling and the Swipe offering is better as it has dual SIM capability.
Battery: Both Swipe Tab All in One and Karbonn Agnee are loaded with a marathon 4,000 mAh battery.
Price: Swipe tablet is priced at Rs 11,999 and Karbonn Agnee will be priced below Rs 10,000.
Both are low-priced Android ICS tablets with pretty decent specifications including Bluetooth, SIM card support, 3G and more.
Swipe Tab All in One comes packed with features like FM Receiver & Transmitter, G-sensor, GPS, Accelerometer, Flash support 11.1, Olive Office Premium, ebook Reader, Audio Recording, HD and 3D Games.
On the other hand, detailing on the Karbonn offering, the tablet comes preloaded with various applications such as Smart Browser, Karbonn Smart games, Facebook, TOI and ET apps. The Karbonn tablet supports 22 Indian languages.
If the concern is on a faster processor, a rear camera, increased internal storage options and dual SIM facility, Swipe tablet is a good choice.
However, if the concern is on the price of the device and regional language support, the Karbonn Agnee is a better option.