Urging users to upgrade their needs, the Alcatel One Touch Evo 7 modular tablet claims to be capable of evolving as per the demands. This tab can be tweaked for 3G network support or used in the Wi-Fi mode.
The device is accompanied by a removable module that enables users to upgrade it to 3G. They can switch to the preferable mode almost anytime, thanks to this component. A 7-inch touchscreen lays claim on the front panel of the slate along with a webcam that allows capturing still shots, recording movies and even facilitating face-to-face video calls over the web.
The One Touch Evo 7 ships with 1GB of RAM and an expansion slot for a microSD card to increase the memory by up to 32GB. A 1GHz processor makes the tab capable of launching multiple applications at the same time. The slab in question adopts a compact form factor and wears a silver back cover featuring a detachable frame.
The company will also be introducing different colored frames for the tablet, enabling users to personalize the device. It binges on a generous scoop of the Android Ice Cream Sandwich operating system and even ensures access to the Google Play store. Prospective customers can browse through applications in the store and download games, books and music through a single touch.
Price or release date details of the Alcatel One Touch Evo 7 haven’t been divulged as yet. Accessories like the module, frames and covers will also be made available along with it.
– Front-facing camera
– Android Ice Cream Sandwich
– 1GHz processor
– 1GB RAM
– Expandable memory up to 32GB
– Removable 3G module