Another day, another player makes a contribution to the ever growing tablet market. Gigaset does not want to miss the boat for sure, and they will now contribute another couple of Android-powered tablets that will arrive in 8” and 10.1” formats, where they will be known as the Gigaset QV830 and QV1030, respectively. These will not be the only entrants for Gigaset, as they have already penciled in plans to roll out additional models sometime next year. The 8” model will be made up of anodized aluminum at the back alongside a scratch-resistant display, while the 10.1” model sports a 2560 x 1600 resolution with 300 dpi, making it easier on your eyes.
Apart from that, it will also be powered by a quad-core 1.8GHz Nvidia T40S Cortex A15 processor with stereo sound suppose, an 8-megapixel camera with dual-LED flash, and of course, Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean as the operating system of choice just like its smaller sized brother. The QV830 will feature 8GB of internal memory, while the QV1030 already comes with 16GB of internal memory right from the get go, and there is a microSD memory card slot on both for expansion purposes. The QV830 and QV1030 will go on sale from early next month onward, where it will retail for EUR199 and EUR369, respectively. [Press Release]
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