Honor Rumored to Debut in the tablet category in India

    Huawei's leading e-brand for digital natives, Honor has created ripples in the smartphone market with its powerful, specs-heavy yet compellingly priced devices. It is expected to launch a new smartphone at an event on June 22 in India. Now the company seems to be prepping to disrupt the tablet segment as well. The leading e-brand for digital natives is expected to debut in the tablet category in India very soon.

    Honor Rumored to Debut in the tablet category in India

    Honor's upcoming tablet is expected to come with a 4100mAH battery for sustained usability and more time to stay connected on a single full charge. This tablet is also expected to offers long hours of 3G calling and video playback.

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    Tablets are good for the consumers who look for a big screen device that sits somewhere in between smartphone and laptop. It combines the portability of a smartphone and features of a bigger screen device to offer a better user experience to consumers. Tablets have turned out to be a great device for reading the news, watching videos and playing games. A tablet can be used by multiple people as most tablets offer multiple user accounts.

    As consumers increasingly buy devices with a screen that is larger than that of a smartphone and smaller than that of a tablet, this leads to a growing demand of 'phablet'- a category of mobile devices designed to combine the functions of a smartphone and tablet.

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    Honor, in the past has come up with a range of user friendly gadgets globally as well as in India. With this suspected upcoming phablet, Honor might just expand its reachability manifolds and accomplish a yet another milestone in the digital industry and create excitement in the tablet category.

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