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 [REVIEW] A closer look at Reliance 3G Tab

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PostSubject: [REVIEW] A closer look at Reliance 3G Tab   Wed Aug 10, 2011 7:57 pm

Reliance is presently enjoying the limelight with the launch of its 3G tablet. The Reliance 3G tablet has been priced at Rs. 12,999, a move that is likely to kick off a fresh price war in the tablet segment. sarcastic

Hours after the official launch, the telecom company has divulged the spec details and tariff plans for its new tab on its website.


The Reliance 3G Tab is an Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) based device, featuring 7-inch sensitive capacitive multi-touch screen, 2MP rear camera and a VGA camera, Live TV app and so on.

The Reliance 3G Tab is quite light as it weighs just 389 grams. rollball

The company says the device runs on 800 Mhz CPU power and battery life is of 9 hours of talktime and 300 hours of standby time.

The device comes with a free 4GB Memory card which is expandable upto 32GB. It also has Wi-Fi Hotspot feature with which the user can connect up to five 5 Wi-Fi devices at a time.

The Reliance 3G Tab comes with some pre-loaded apps namely YouTube, Google Map & Google Search, R World Online, Android Market, Social Networking inclusive of Twitter, Facebook and Gtalk, and Gmail. yes

  • Operating System ( OS ) - Android 2.3 (Gingerbread)
  • Screen Type & Size - Capacitive multi-touch screen 7 inch TFT-LCD WVGA screen
  • Weight - 389 gms
  • Camera - Back: 2 megapixel Front: VGA
  • Talk time - Upto 9 hours ( 300 hrs stand by time )
  • Display - 800 X 480 pixels
  • Battery - 3400mAH, Li-On
  • External Memory - Supports MicroSD card upto 32GB (4GB MicroSD Card offered Free)
  • Audio support Format - AAC, AAC+, AMR/AMR-NB, MP3 MIDI, Ogg PCM/WAV
  • Video support Format - MP4, H.263,H.264
  • Image support Format - BMP/PNG/JPEG
  • CPU - 800 MHz
  • Call Features - Mute in call, Speed Dial, Switch to Bluetooth device, 3 way calling
  • Other support features - Video recorder, Wi-Fi Hotspot,Bluetooth Voice calling, GPS, FM Radio, Alarm, speaker phone, MobileTV, SMS, MMS


Reliance has also come up with some bundled tariff plans with its 3G Tablet. The plans are meant for both prepaid and postpaid customers. For the tariff info head on to Reliance website or contact the customer support.
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PostSubject: Re: [REVIEW] A closer look at Reliance 3G Tab   Wed Aug 10, 2011 9:21 pm

800 MHz in the era of 1.2 GHz dual core processor is quite weak. And the fact that RAM is not mentioned, I don't think it'll be more that 512 MB. My speculation is it'll be just 256 MB.
TFT-LCD WVGA screen is so 2005, but will go by the price.

Anyway I hate useless tablets.

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PostSubject: Re: [REVIEW] A closer look at Reliance 3G Tab   Wed Aug 10, 2011 9:33 pm

And if we look at the brand, it comes out to be ZTE banghead

I love my tablet, even when I have paid as much as double. lol!

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