Developed by Innominds, the Karbonn Agnee 3G tablet has been unveiled and it’s based on a QTI Reference Design (QRD) which adopts a Snapdragon S1 processor for doing all the heavy lifting. This slate is aimed towards the educational sector with a goal of delivering a ‘collaborative’ platform to students and faculties.
A Qualcomm MSM7x27A SOC is tucked away within the Agnee tablet, bearing a clock speed of 1GHz and Adreno 200 graphics, while visuals are delivered through a 7-inch display. Where features are concerned, users will be able to mirror the device’s screen on an external display. Additionally, this content might be viewable in 1080p resolution, a feature found in most slates having an HDMI port.
With HSPA support, users will have access to a wide range of multimedia content and they’ll be able to download files as well as browse the internet much quicker compared to GPRS and EDGE networks. Powering up all aforementioned components is a 4000mAh Li-Polymer battery. The Android Ice Cream Sandwich platform runs the show here and the company has even incorporated a host of educational content and services as well as preloaded applications that are aimed toward delivering a collaborative learning experience for students.
As of now, there aren’t any concrete details on the price, release date or specifications of the Karbonn Agnee. For all that’s worth, this piece of hardware could fall within the budget-friendly segment considering that the company in question specializes in cost-effective mobile devices. And the fact that it’s educational-oriented like the Aakash slate, also suggests the same.