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Zync To Launch 5 New Android Tablets With Dual And Quad Core Processors

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Zync To Launch 5 New Android Tablets With Dual And Quad Core Processors

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Zync will launch five new dual-core and quad-core tablets with 7 inch, 8 inch, 9.7 inch and 10.1 inch screens. The price of these tablets will be below Rs 15,000.

According to Zync, the 8 inch and 10.1 inch tablets will be India’s first quad-core tablets. The press release sent by the company says, “some of these tablets will be using the Apple iPad 3 screen.” Before we conclude anything from this statement, it’s wise to wait for the launch of these products.

Some of these tablets will come powered by a 1.6 GHz processor, 32GB in-built memory, a dual camera. Ashish Garg, Director, Zync Global, said, “All these five tablets which will be launched by the end of this month which will have a unique USP which no other player has in the market.”

[quote]“All these five tablets which will be launched end of this month will have a unique USP which no other player has in the market in terms of features and price. Zync is bullish on the tablet market and the price range of these tablets with the latest features is going to sweep people off their feet, so watch this space for more!” Ashish Garg, Director, Zync Global, is quoted as saying[/quote]

The Indian tablet market has seen an intense competition over the last year with a number of Indian manufacturers coming up with budget slates. Zync has launched quite a few tablets such as the ZyncZ930, Z909 and Z999 Plus.

Zync’s previous 9.7-inch tablet, the Z1000, features a 1.5GHz processor, 1GB RAM, HD Display, 3G, Bluetooth and runs on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.

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