Confirming earlier reports on its plans to re-enter smartphones market, HP today has announced two new phablets – the Slate 6 VoiceTab and Slate 7 VoiceTab – which it will launch in India next month. Both the devices have been planned specifically for India. Also Read - Tips to prevent unknown users from adding you to WhatsApp groups
As its name suggests, the Slate 6 VoiceTab flaunts a 6-inch display, while the Slate7 Voice Tab will come with a 7-inch display. Features-wise, both devices will have quad-core processors, however the chipset vendor’s name has not been disclosed at the moment. They will come with 16GB of internal memory along with up to 32GB of external memory support using a microSD card.
Both the devices will run on Android and will come with Android 4.2 Jelly Bean out of the box. Without disclosing the megapixel count, HP says both devices will come with high-resolution front and rear cameras. The phablets will also have front firing speakers, which could be similar to the HTC One.
Connectivity-wise both of these will come with dual-SIM compatibility and will support 3G connectivity. HP has not revealed the price of the phablets and will reveal both the price and detailed specifications in February.