Vodafone launches ultra-cheap Android 4.0-powered Smart Tab II
Vodafone has officially taken aim at Google’s Nexus 7 with the launch of its super-affordable Android 4.0-powered Smart Tab II
Vodafone has officially released its Android 4.0-powered Smart Tab II, an aggressively priced tablet device that’s designed at stealing away some would-be Nexus 7 customers.
Featuring a 1GHz processor, 4GB of internal memory, and a 7-inch 1024x600 pixel display, as well as SD-support for an additional 32GB of storage, the Smart Tab II, at least on paper, seems like quite a compelling proposition.
The exact measurements of the Smart Tab II are 192x122x11.5mm and it weighs in at a rather hefty 400g.
Users also get access to Google’s Play store and its 600,000+ applications and games. There’s no word on whether this device will be getting jacked up to Android Jelly Bean anytime soon, but looking at the spec we wouldn’t bank on it.
Still, Android 4.0 is decent enough for this price.
‘With a 1GHz processor to keep things running smoothly and efficiently, the Tab II meets all your essential data needs not only through your home Wi-Fi, but when you’re out and about using Vodafone’s award winning UK network,’ says Vodafone.
Here’s a video of the Smart Tab II in action: