Lava has unveiled the E-Tab Xtron+ today, a 7 inch tablet powered by a dual core processor. The E-Tab Xtron+ is the successor to the previously launched E-Tab Xtron. The Xtron+ comes with Android 4.2 Jelly Bean as default, and has a battery rated at 3700mAh. On the other hand, the predecessor comes with Android 4.1 and a smaller 3500mAh battery. Lava has decided to discontinue the Xtron tablet henceforth.
Apart from the battery and the stock OS, every thing else on both the tablets is exactly identical. According to Lava, the Xtron was a near perfect device, but had some scope for improvement, which has been taken care of in the Xtron+. This is what Lava had to say at the launch of the new Xtron+ tablet:
“After the huge success of XTRON its improved and better version is here. XTRON was a near perfect product however there was some scope of improvement. LAVA being a truly consumer centric company has incorporated the consumer feedback and further improved XTRON as XTRON+,”
The Lava E-Tab Xtron+ comes with a dual core processor clocked at 1.5 GHz per core, with the cores based on the ARM Cortex A9 architecture. The display will measure 7 inches diagonally, and will have a SVGA resolution of 1024×600 pixels. 1GB of RAM will be complementing the dual core processor, and 8GB of on board storage will make sure you have enough space to store your media. There will be a 2MP rear shooter for your casual photography needs, but don’t expect too much from it. With a 3700mAh battery we would expect the tablet to keep you going for about 4 hours on WiFi.
These specifications make for a good tablet, but unfortunately there will be no Bluetooth. The tablet will, however, feature HDMI output.
Other features of this tablet include pre-bundled with Edukart content and a discount of 20% on Edukart courses. What also comes with the tablet is free Vedic math course and a discount up to 4000 INR from Meritnation for students.
The tablet is priced at 6,990 INR and can be bought on Flipkart.