Android Tablets, India

RCom launches Gingerbread powered 3G Tab in India for 13K

Reliance Communication today announced the first carrier-branded Android tablet in India. Dubbed as Reliance 3G Tab, this Android tablet runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread and features 7-inch display. It also packs cameras on both front and back of the device. There is no word on the processor at this point.

It is available starting today at Reliance World and Reliance Mobile stores in Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata, while 13 telecom circles with Reliance 3G services will get it in the next few days.

The telecom operator has priced the tablet at INR 12,999, making it quite affordable and a series of combo data plans have also been made available.

RCom has also setup an exclusive 24X7 Tab customer care, which will help customers for all technical assistance. Check out the tablet pricing with data offers below. Reliance 3G Tab comes with a series of pre-loaded Android applications like Facebook, Twitter, Documents To Go, Navigation Apps and more. You will also get a free 4GB SD Card with the purchase.

Reliance 3G Tab ull specifications:

  • 7-inch capacitive display
  • 2MP rear camera
  • VGA front camera
  • GPS, WiFi, Bluetooth
  • Voice Calling support
  • Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system
  • 512MB of RAM
  • 389 grams

0 thoughts on “RCom launches Gingerbread powered 3G Tab in India for 13K

  1. i am impressed by rcom ..i hope they provide support and upgrades later on…

    i’d wait for beetel to launch their tablet, and then make a decision…

    @gaurav…will u do a hands on ??…and can we buy this tablet without data plan ??…since it has wifi..

  2. and 1 more thing….does it access the market…? or do we need to use slide ME like archos tablets….?
    samsung tab 7 is the only 1 tablet to have market access among all the non-honeycomb tablets

    1. @sayantan it comes with Android market… and yes, you can buy it without a data plan as regular device for INR 13K, and use it as a WiFi tablet.. I will try to do a hands on soon…

  3. I have my apprehensions on the TAB’s technical specs….. Why they have not released this info…. B’cos it lack in them… Similar tabs in are available in Singapore for 200-300 S$ …. That’s like 7k or 10k.

    If the processor is 1 GHz, with the TAB’s internal memory of min 8 Gb and a really decent screen resolution then perhaps Reliance may be giving it’s customers some value for their money.

    I still do not trust RCOM’s intentions.

  4. @Nair, yes. this one looks like a ZTE V9. and thats why the price is so low. but this one has front cam. V9 doesn’t.

    processor most likely is MSM7227/Turbo (600/800Mhz).

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