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Just last month Domo launched its two of the smartphones in India with 5.2 and 4 inch display along with 3G connectivity. Now again projecting a competitive move, the PC peripherals, tablets and accessories manufacturing company has announced its latest Bluetooth enabled Domo Slate X2G tablet with 3D gaming and dual stereo mic. The tablet boasts internal SIM card slot for calling and browsing the internet. One can browse through the internet or make a call directly from the tablet. The device is available on e-commerce sector at Rs. 5,990.
The fast moving smartphone and tablet market has already seen a vast number of devices making its way to the Indian soil. Moreover, the competition has got even tougher and stricter with the advent of several low range tablets from domestic manufacturer.
However, going by the specs, the X2G sports a 7 inch display size with a 5 Point multi touch and capacitive touch screen LCD layered with Glass display. The tablet supports 480p, 720p and 1080p HD videos as well.
Domo X2G is powered by 1.2GHz Cortex A8 processor and is also supported by a lower 512MB DDR 3 RAM. The latest tablet from a growing manufacturer is also supported by High End Mali 400 GPU, thus Domo claims to call it perfectly suitable for 3D gaming. The device comes with a lower version of Android Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0.4 platform but Domo has managed to keep the option open by making it upgradable up to Jelly Bean 4.1. The newbie tablet houses an internal storage capacity of 4GB with additional 32GB of expandable memory. Moreover, the tablet also comes with a 2 Mega Pixel rear camera and front facing VGA shooter.
On the connectivity front, the tablet includes an internal SIM card slot for calling and browsing internet. It also sports a portable hotspot that makes the device a WiFi router as well. Domo's X2G tablet like most of the domestic tablets also supports 3G dongles and pen drives. It comes with a Adobe Flash 11.
The tablet is powered by a 3200 mAh Lithium Polymer battery.
The tablet is, however, likely to face heated rivalry against devices like Swipe Halo Value tablet, Videocon VT 75C tablet and Ambrane AC-770 tablet which basically fall under the same price range and has 7 inch display with voice calling capability as well.