Beetel MagiQ Cheapest Android Tablet Review

Bharti Airtel and Beetel launched their first Android Tablet in India known as Beetel “MagiQ”. It is now the cheapest android tablet available in India at a Price of Rs.9,999. Beetal MagiQ features Android 2.2 Operating system with 1Ghz Processor. It has a small screen of 7Inches and has good connectivity features. This device is going to have a head on competition with recently launched Reliance 3G Tab in India.
Features and Specs of Beetel MagiQ:

• The 7 inch WVGA screen tablet supports both the 3G and Wi-Fi for internet connectivity and voice calls. It has a decent 8GB of internal memory. 

• There is also a card slot for expansion of memory up to 32GB. There a front facing 2MP camera for video calls. 

• The processing power of the tablet is 1Ghz and it runs the Android 2.2 OS. 

• It features a 2200mAH battery that is capable of providing long battery time. 

• The Beetel Magic comes with a nice comfortable stand adding to the portability of the tablet at any given time.

The Beetel magic does not only have a packet portable design but also an amazing low price of Rs.9,999 something that other tablets launched so far have not been able to offer. This may be the beginning of a new era in the Indian tablet market and already an alarming sign for other tablet manufactures and communication companies.

Few days back we reported about reliance communication launching the 3G Android tablet Reliance 3G Tab in India. Now, India’s largest telecom company Bharti Airtel following the footsteps has decided to launch their Android tablet. These budget Android tabs will not only be a good addition to the growing Android tablet market in India but will also help these companies to get customers for their data plans. 
This is a very common practice with cell phones especially in western countries but to have the money saving data plans with budget tablets sounds an attractive deal and more companies are expected to follow the same trend. According to the telecom regulatory authority of India there are currently 852 million mobile subscribers in the country. The low priced tablets will certainly be appealing to the middle class and low class customers of India and with the competition getting tougher the priced are expected to be even lowered.
The Airtel tablet is marketed by Beetel Teletec a Bharti Enterprise group company. The tablet is launched on Wednesday for a price as low as Rs 8999 under the name Beetel Magiq. The tablet battle is not just about coming out with the least expensive one but also the one that has the best portable design.
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