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HP returns to work with Android offering two tablets in India

HP already tried at the time to enter the telephony market by buying Palm, a acquisition that in the long run turned out to be totally wrong that ruined a promising and brilliant operating system as it was webOS.

In the world of tablets, the computer giant has not been very successful either, which has led to speculation for a long time about the possible release of Android-equipped devices, a rumor that has increased in recent days.

And it was a few hours ago when, as we are told in Androidsis, these rumors have come true, although it is necessary to specify some details of vital importance.

In this way, HP ventures into the market for tablets or, in the case of HP, for , offering two splendid products, although these initially they will only be destined to one of the most important emerging countries such as India, something that has been confirmed by the words of Ron Coughlin, vice president of the personal computers division of the firm. With the names of HP Slate 6 and HP Slate 7, Aspects such as price are still unknownAlthough all the rumors suggest that they are oriented to compete with low-cost tablets.

The two tablets presented by HP they try to take care of the design and performance, combining this with a supposedly aggressive price. The design highlights the front speakers and a stylish look.

If we talk about , the two tablets they will use a 6 and 7-inch IPS panel respectively, offering a 720p HD resolution in the HP Slate 6 and 1,280 × 800 pixels in the case of the HP Slate 7. They also include a 5 megapixel camera with LED flash on the back and 2 megapixels on the front.

The system is governed by an unknown quad-core processor, aided in such tasks by an equally unknown amount of RAM. It also offers 16 or 32 GB of storage depending on the version chosen, carrying Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean as the operating system.

Availability is set in India next February and as sales develop, HP may consider expanding its availability to other markets. ¿? ¿?

Related topics: Phones, Android Tablets