[CES 2013] Alcatel might not be the first choice when it comes to Android tablets, but for CES 2013 this year, the company has announced several Android-based tablets at affordable prices that will be making their way into the US market come Q3 later in the year. However out of all the tablets they will be announcing, only one of them will offer a removable 3G/4G module meaning that you will be able to rely on your carrier’s mobile internet instead of solely on WiFi. This would be the One Touch EVO7 HD tablet, which at the same time comes in a non-HD version which is lower specced and does not feature the 3G/4G removable module.The EVO7 HD will feature a 7” HD WXGA 1280×800 display and will come with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean on board. It is powered by a 1.6GHz dual-core processor and a quad-core GPU with 1GB of DDR3 RAM on board. It will come with a default of 4GB of internal storage that can be expanded via microSD, a 3MP rear-facing camera, a VGA front-facing camera and will be priced at $179 for the WiFi-only version. If you wish to have the removable 3G/4G module, expect to pay $249 and $349 respectively.
While pricing of the EVO7 tablet has yet to be determined, those shopping on a budget might find the EVO7 to be a bit more affordable based on its specs which includes a single-core 1GHz processor, a 7” 1024×600 display, a VGA front-facing camera (no rear-facing camera) and Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich preinstalled.
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