Beetel has launched a new budget tablet “Magiq II” which is based on the Android operating system. The new tablet is said to be the cheaper version of the previous Magiq tablet launched by Beetel. But the Magiq II will cost processing performance degrade in comparison to Magiq’s 1GHz processor. The tablet has dimensions 209 x 108 x 15.5 mm and weighs about 500 grams.
The Beetel Magiq II runs on Android 2.2 Froyo operating system and 768MHz Snapdragon processor powers it. The tablet comes with an internal memory of 8 GB and is expandable up to 16GB using a SD card. The Beetel Magiq II tablet sports a 7 inch WVGA touchscreen with a resolution of 800×480 pixels.
The Magiq II is also accoutered with 2-MP camera on rear end with 4X digital zoom and also a 2-MP front camera with video calling feature. Both the cameras consist of with CMOS and fixed-focus lens. The connectivity features include Wi-Fi hotspot, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR and 3G connectivity. The tablet offers free apps like Android Market, Google Market Suite, and GPS navigation. It also has a Comfy Stand and track pad as additional accessories.
The Beetel tablet has a standard Li-ion 2200mAh battery which offers of talk time 4 hours and stand-by time 60 hours. With all these features and such a competitive price tag, the Beetel Magiq II tablet can give tough competition to the already established budget tablets like Reliance 3G Tab, iBall Slide, S Mobility’s Mi-720, etc.
Beetel Magiq II tablet Specs:
- Display: 7 inch WVGA touchscreen, 800×480 pixels
- OS: Android 2.2 Froyo
- Processor: 768Mhz Snapdragon processor
- Camera: 2-MP rear and front cameras
- Internal Memory: 8 GB
- Expandable Memory: Up to 16GB using a SD card
- Connectivity: Wi-Fi hotspot, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR and 3G
- Battery: Standard Li-ion 2200mAh battery