The website name is GSMArena, and that signifies that the site should list "phones". However, this is a first from GSMArena, when it has listed a totally NON phone devices (note that other tablet manufactures have phone/non phone versions so that should be ok). May be high time to change the website name to gadgetarena.com or something :-D
Anonymous, 29 Jun 2012I like Android. However, reasons like these why most people just get an iPad. Too much confusi... moreYeah, I agree. I've got a HTC Flyer tablet which out-specs the Nexus in camera and some other respects, while the Nexus does offer quad core. Fragmentation in the Android world seems to be getting worse, not better. The Flyer is much more expensive at over £400, but I got mine brand new at a drastic reduction of £220 inc VAT. Samsung had to cut some weird corners to bring the Nexus price down; why are they cheapening their premium Nexus brand?
the people who says "android is too confusing" obviously never owned an adroid or just a hater...
first of all its not very hard to use an android phone unless you have a brain of a 6 year old
2nd: there are many themes on the market that you can just download and it will install everything for you... after that, all u need to do is just move apps/widgets anywhere u like on the screen...not hard right?
3rd: if you really are lazy and wanna keep it simple, just keep the stock android theme that came with the phone...not too hard right?
4th: if you miss your iphone... u can download the iphone theme and everything is done for u... not hard right?
5th: customisation is there so people has a choice of what they want and what works for them... its basically like an iphone but with more features
I can see PLAY STORE in d image.......
hw can 1 use it widout GPRS.......
indirectly der has to a sim card slot for GPRS too....
m i asking d ryt question?
when this will be releasing in india???????????plz tell.....i really wanna buy this
Anonymous, 29 Jun 2012I like Android. However, reasons like these why most people just get an iPad. Too much confusi... moreRear camera, I have an ipad 2 for almost 1 year now and I have never ever used the rear camera nor I have seen anyone using the ipad or any tablets to take pictures with the rear camera,noone carries tablets to parties or trips and take pictures(we have phones for that).
Read the specs before making a comment. It does have a front camera. I honestly don't think lack of Sim slot is a problem. Tethering was introduced for a reason and am assuming if you are buyinf this you already have a smartphone that supports it. Also you can just buy an OTG cable and connect it to a modem/Flash disk!
This is the only place where it says that it has gps, not even google says that. So does it really has gps?
for such a low price we cant expect that everything will be avaliable with the Device but
GPS/BT/WIfi is well enough
not to meantion the GPU/CPU
Goole Awesome work defitenly try to buy this one
NARAYAN MASURKAR, 29 Jun 20123g data cards is supported for data usage or not?Can't you read the specs!
no 3g /2g aint a big issue ,the dimensions of a tablet prevented ém from becoming a serious competion for the gsm phone niche...buy a nexus which has better specs than one xl or the note,priced at 36k, and use the dough which you will save to buy an xperia p or sola or something like that which you can carry around without compromising on performance and the camera....you will have a powerhouse of a tab and a reasonable smartphone.
I like Android. However, reasons like these why most people just get an iPad. Too much confusion with Android specs. With all the goodies in the Google Nexus 7, there are still a lot of missing options, sd card, rear camera. Get what I mean?
jurumi, 29 Jun 2012Is it have Sim Card slot?It does not have a sim card slot and not even a micro sd , hdmi port .