Market for cheap Android tablets is on the rise and there are several electronics companies who have started to build tablets under their name. Yesterday, a new cheap Android tab called T7 was released and do you know who’s making it? Korean car manufacturer Hyundai.
Yes, Hyundai has decided to enter the overly crowded tablet market with this device. Right now, Hyundai is ranked fifth in terms of car sales worldwide but whether they would be able to achieve such a staggering number in the tablet segment is anybody’s guess.
The biggest advantage that Hyundai T7 tablet has over any other tablet is its price. It’s cheaper than the cheapest quad-core tablet Nexus 7 by $34. It looks similar to enlarged Samsung Galaxy S III and highlight of Hyundai T7 Tablet Specs is the same quad-core CPU as GS III. It would run on Android v4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich out-of-the-box, there’s no information whether it’ll be stock or a custom ROM.
Hyundai T7 Tablet Specs
As far as tech specs go, Hyundai T7 tablet looks very impressive, at least on papers, for the price. Other Hyundai T7 Tablet Specs: 7-inch multi-touch display screen that sports a display resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels, a 1.4 GHz Samsung Exynos 4412 quad-core CPU, Mali-400 GPU, 1 GB DDR3 RAM, 8 GB internal storage (not expandable), 2-megapixel rear and 0.3-megapixel front cameras and a large 3,000 mAh battery.
Official Hyundai T7 Tablet Specs show that its battery lasts for about 5 hours when used heavily. This is quite disappointing because people use tablets to consume media while travelling and commuting. This number is just an estimate because with increase brightness and heavy utilization of CPU & GPU, this number is bound to decrease.
First impression of Hyundai T7 Tablet Specs is not that impressive, at least to me. It has a quad-core CPU but not enough storage. Also, the battery life is disappointing. The only reason why you would want to buy this tablet is for its price, but I’d say you choose a 16 GB Nexus 7 and not this one. It’s strange that Hyundai decides to enter the tablet market and that too with a sub-standard product.
What’s up Hyundai?