Simmtronics claims world’s most advanced 3G tablet

New XPad Freedom tablet features IPS retina display, 2G and 3G call features

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Simmtronics claims world’s most advanced 3G tablet Simmtronics says the new XPad Freedom tablet comes with dual sim.
By  Manda Banda Published  October 6, 2013

Simmtronics, a manufacturer of affordable Android tablets, has announced the launch of the XPad Freedom array, which it claims is the world's most advanced Quad Core tablet with 3G calling functions and high speed data.

The company said the new XPad Freedom is an all-in-one tablet designed for professionals and students, and offers optimum convenience. The new tablet is priced at AED999.

Simmtronics said its latest tablet is packed with a host of attractive features and technology including a superior Quad Core 1.2GHz processor, 4.2.2 Jellybean OS, ultra slim tablet features and advanced high-definition graphics on its 7.85-inch display screen.

In addition, the tablet has dual-SIM features allowing users to manage both 3G and 2G communications effortlessly.

"XPad Freedom is now the most highly advanced tablet ever to be launched in the Middle East," said Indrajit Sabharwal, managing director of Simmtronics. "Our latest tablet showcases the strengths of Simmtronics' own manufacturing and R&D facilities while setting the benchmark in future tablet technologies."

The vendor said the tablet also empowers end users with several other features including an 8-megapixel rear camera and 2-megapixel front camera, Bluetooth, HDMI connectivity, high-definition graphics and longer lasting battery power.

Simmtronics said the XPad Freedom is aimed at the growing market segment that seeks advanced IT solutions at affordable cost.

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