India seems to be seeing a lot of Ice Cream Sandwich-powered tablets lately and the Mercury mTab Neo2 is soon to join the group with the update to Google’s latest mobile OS in the pipeline. This budget-friendly device flaunts a 7-inch capacitive multi-touch display and is expected to hit ICS status in the next 4 weeks.
On the specifications front, the tablet is powered by a dual core Cortex A8 processor with 1.2GHz clock speeds that’s backed by 512MB of RAM. Equipped with a Samsung chipset, this Gingerbread offering comes with 8GB of internal hoarding capacity which is further expandable up to 32GB of storage through the microSD card slot.
“Work, talk and share your stuff at high speed, with mTab Neo2. This product comes with all the features one can ask for in the current tablet ecosystem and a little more with the upgrade to Android 4.0. It’s a beautifully bundled feature rich product from Mercury. The long battery life is the topping the ice which will surely attract more customers and hence will help our partners sell more,” commented Sushmita Das, Country Manger, Kobian India.
It employs a front facing as well a rear camera which can be used for capturing images or video recording and calling. While the Flash 10.3 player allows access to streaming content online, users can view 1080p videos on external HDTVs through the HDMI port. Further connectivity features include Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and 3G network support.
The Mercury mTab Neo2 price amounts to Rs. 14,999 and the tablet is now available for purchase in India with a 1 year warranty.