Tablet devices continue to pour in at FCC and the latest device to make it to the US government agency is the MD-701 tablet. Originally manufactured by the Chinese company Shenzhen Huaruian Technology, the tablet is one more in the 7 inch segment that seems to have picked up pace ever since the emergence of the Galaxy Tab.
However, much of the tablet remains veiled and the few things that we know of the MD-701 is that it will have a 800 X 480 resolution 7 inch LCD display, 32GB of internal storage (which is a good thing since quite a few budget tablet we have seen off late came with far less than that), Wi-Fi as well as optional 3G. The latter again is a welcome feature which many manufacturers are loathe to provide on their tablet, even as an option. The MD-701 also supports microSD card that will let users to enhance internal storage all the more.
Also, a unique aspect of the MD-701 is the kickstand that the tablet comes with at the rear that will allow the tablet to stand in an upright manner. Operating system though is the slightly outdated Android 2.1 when it’s Froyo and beyond that the world is looking forward to.
Further details of the tablet are awaited.
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