Sometime at the end of last year, we did bring you word on how a certain company known as Fuhu decided to roll out their Nabi Jr tablet that runs on the Android operating system, targeting kids in the process. The thing is, back in December, the Nabi Jr came with just a Tegra 2 processor, but I guess times have changed and the Fuhu Nabi Jr has been given a “makeover” of sorts, if you can call it that. The Nabi Jr would now come with a 5” display at 800 x 480 pixels resolution, sports up to 16GB of internal memory, and even has a camera that can swivel to face the front or back – pretty handy and smart when you think about it, since they do not need to include two camera sensors. The drawback is, this being a tablet for kids, will the swiveling motion be able to withstand the rigors of those tiny and curious hands that might carry far more strength than you originally thought?

The refreshed Nabi Jr might be $40 more expensive than the $99 model which was released last year, but at the very least it ditches the Tegra 2 processor and will rock on to an NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor, which will be accompanied by 1GB RAM, a 2,500mAh battery and has Android 4.1 Jelly Bean in tow.

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