Exclusive: Swipe to launch Android 4.1 Jelly Bean tablet in India on October 15


Exclusive: Swipe to launch Android 4.1 Jelly Bean tablet in India on October 15


California-headquartered Swipe Telecom, which is a new entrant to the Indian technology market is all set to launch a new Android Jelly Bean tablet on October 15. The information has been received by a source close to the matter. The source has also quoted that it is going to be an 'exclusive tablet' carrying a USP, like the recently launched 3D Life by the company, which is quite an interesting offering released in the Indian market at a price of Rs. 5,999.

While, the name of the tablet was not disclosed by the source, but they did reveal that tablet will support SIM calling and 3G, and will include features like a 1.5GHz processor, Bluetooth connectivity and front and rear cameras. The source also informed that keeping up with Swipe’s aggressive pricing strategy in the mind the tablet will be introduced at an affordable price range of less than Rs 10, 000.

Further, the source also gave a hint that the table will house a display of around 8-inch or 9.7-inch tablets along with a host of other software features.

Though there is no information attained so far on the tablet’s release date, however it can be estimated that the new Swipe Jelly Bean tablet will be released by October end to take on the competition with other manufacturer's recently unveiled Android 4.1 offerings including Wicked Leak Wammy Desire, Karbonn Smart Tab 2 and other tablets from the global tech firms.

Stay tuned for more information on this new Android 4.1 aka Jelly Bean upcoming tablet from Swipe to be released on October 15.

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