New Delhi: Swipe Telecom has launched its Swipe Fablet F2 and the Swipe Fablet F3. Both have a 5-inch display. The company has priced these at Rs 7,590 and Rs 9,290, respectively.
Swipe Fablet F3 offers a dual 3G SIM for a user's personal and professional calls and lets him choose two different calling networks. It allows users to use their Skype account and make free video/voice calls to their contacts with the correct hardware support.
The Fablet F3 comes with the latest operating system Android Jelly Bean 4.1.1. The company, in its official statement claims that moving between home screens and switching between apps feels effortless and the browsing speed is enhanced. The Fablet F3 comes with 512 MB DDRIII RAM of and is powered by a 1GHz dual-Core Processor. The Fablet F3 is fuelled by a 2200 mAH battery.
Both have 4GB built-in memory, which is expandable up to 32GB; these phablets sport a 5 megapixel rear camera and a 0.3 megapixel front camera.
The Fablet F3 weighs in at 260 g. The Fablet F3 comes with a USB 2.0 slot. Swipe has introduced 360° Camera Technique, a camera technique which will take users to different levels of capturing images. With this one can not only capture flat images and panorama's but also experiment and make use of the newly introduced camera technique. With .mop format outputs you can get a 360-degree view of any object or person.
The Swipe Fablet F2 is powered by a 1GHz Processor. Swipe Fablet F2 runs the Android Gingerbread 2.3.6 OS. The device is fuelled by a 2200 mAh battery for entertainment up to 6 hours. The Fablet comes in dimensions of 145x80x10.9 mm and weighs in at 260 g. The Fablet F2 comes with three trendy back shells (Black, White and Trendy Blue) for Free with the Fablet. The Fablet comes with a Free Business Navigator* to protect a user's device from dust and scratches. The device has an inbuilt FM receiver for music on the move.
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