We are living on technologies and always want to use verities of new inventions of various companies. It is practical that consumer needs are changing day by day and hence companies are trying to make more research work on the requirements and choices of the consumers. As the target audience for most of the companies is the young generation, hence they always try to make something modern and innovative. This has been seen that, companies like Apple, or Samsung always try to do regular updation on their products. Now a days, company like HP, is also trying to do something exclusive and want to produce better gadgets for the end users.
Hewlett Packard, popularly known as HP, is jumping in the market of the phablets by releasing the two new phablets: the 6-inch diagonal HP slate6 voice tab and a 7-inch diagonal HP slate7 voicetab. Both the phablets have quad-core processor and voice-calling capability and have Google’s android operating system. Before we go to purchase any phablets, we must take a look on the features of the phablets.
The phablets will feature HD front and rear cameras, an innovative new IPS panel for a better touch, front facing stereo speakers, will also feature a 3G dual SIM standby feature, both the phablets will have 16 GB of the internal storage and a microSD card slot for 32 GB of additional storage. This feature has made this product more renowned and attractive. The display for the 6 inch model is 1280 x 720 and for the 7 inch device it will be 1280 x 800. The front facing camera will be 2MP and rear camera will be of 5MP, and the operating system will be Android 4.2 with the new version of jelly bean.
One more interesting thing is that Hewlett Packard is launching both the phablets in india in the month February in 2014 and it is also not even clear that when these phablets will launch in other areas like Europe and united states and the price is not yet disclosed by the company. This is obviously a great news for the tech lovers as well as the general people too, who largely dependent on various phablets for their business use. These phablets are also useful to use in the field of education. The reason why they are releasing these products in India is because of the growing market of such gadgets in India, but the company will also have to face a tough competition from the companies who have roots in Indian markets like Samsung, Nokia and othe several companies.
The announcement of the phablets also shows the interest manufacturers have shown in making phone-tablet hybrids to appeal to customers who want to modernize their gadget collection. This is hp’s second attempt in the market of phablets as they already had a failed attempt in 2010 with the acquisition of palm for $US1.2 billion. Hence, if you are trying to switch yourself to other new phablets, then gadgets of HP would be a better option for you.