The China based company G’Five has drawn up ambitious plans to launch cheap Android tablets in India soon. Not much is known about the tablets except that it they likely to run Android 2.2 Froyo and will be available in both 7 and 10 inch versions. Also, the tablet will have both 3G and Wi-Fi connectivity options. The company has also revealed the tablets would be priced below the 10,000 INR mark to appeal to a wider audience, though it remains to be seen if the screen technology used will be capacitive or resistive in view of the price mentioned. Many smartphones with capacitive touchscreen sell for that price in India.
Further details are awaited.
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