Dell introduces the Venue 7 3741, 7-inch tablet with phone function

Dell introduces the Venue 7 3741, 7-inch tablet with phone function


Dell introduces the Venue 7 3741, 7-inch tablet with phone function

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July 31, 2015

Dell has just expanded its range of Venue tablets with the model Dell Venue 7 3741. The first representative of this family of seven-inch devices was launched quite a long time ago and since then some variations have appeared such as the one he presented today in India. A tablet that offers a good package of specifications, a design at the height of the firm and above all an affordable price. Characteristics of devices that want to enter the struggle of emerging markets but can also fit into the rest.

“The Venue 7 3741 tablet is designed for those who are looking for a device that allows them to consume information at any time with a high level of performance. It is ideal for riding a bus or the subway, also when you stay for a coffee and catch up with friends or family, the tablet will serve as a means to do more with a single device (…) An affordable solution for consumers who seek access to content instantly ”. This is how the tablet defines P. Krishnakumar, Dell Vice President in India.

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Little more to add on this device except its specifications. Dell Venue 7 3741 has dimensions of 199 x 103 x 9.85 mm and 315 grams of weight in which a screen of 6.95 inches with resolution 1024 x 600 pixels. Inside we find the processor Intel Atom Z3735G with four cores operating at a frequency of 1.3 GHz (reaches 1.8 GHz in turbo mode), accompanied by the PowerVR G640 GPU, 1 GB of RAM DDR3L and 8 GB of internal storage expandable with microSD cards up to 64 GB more.

In addition, it has a main camera at the back of 2 megapixels and a secondary on the front of 0.3 megapixels (VGA) for video calls. In terms of connectivity, it has WiFi 8.2.11 b / g / n, Bluetooth 4.0, microUSB 2.0 and 3G with phone function, hence Krishnakumar had an impact on its use independently of a smartphone. Finally, the battery has 4,100 mAh, sufficient to achieve acceptable autonomy, and execute Android in its version 4.4 Kitkat.

Its price is of Rs 7,999, which is currently equivalent to just over 100 euros. It does not seem that at the moment it will reach the western markets, at least by official means, although we cannot rule out what happens in the future if the compact tablets with telephone function begin to grow here at the rate that they are currently doing in the countries Asians

Via: TalkAndroid