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Vodafone launches the Smart Tab 4G, for 189 euros



Vodafone launches the Smart Tab 4G, for 189 euros

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November 5, 2014

In search of supporting the investment made for the implementation of 4G, promoting among users the rates that include this technology, Vodafone launches its first proprietary tablet with connectivity to new generation networks. The Smart Tab 4G, manufactured by Alcatel, It has a fairly well-designed design and specifications that classify it within the mid-range of the current market, all for a price that does not reach 200 euros, 189 to be exact.

The British operator, like others in our country, has invested a significant amount of money in carrying the 4G to the current situation, and continues to do so to reach even more inhabitants. But all the expense made is pointless if users do not have affordable devices for their pockets that are compatible with this technology and do not contract the rates that include it in their catalog. There are many options, but their price goes up too much compared to the "WiFi only" versions. Tablets with inexpensive 4G connectivity they are conspicuous by their absence, and Vodafone wants to do their part to make this stop being the case.

A mid-range tablet at a reasonable price

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<p>Since <strong>ADSLZone</strong> They inform us of the launch of the Vodafone Smart Tab 4G. It is manufactured like other devices with the operator's seal, by Alcatel, a brand that provides confidence to consumers. Its design is quite successful, it is beautiful and slim with final dimensions of <strong>209 x 123 x 8 mm</strong> and 327 grams of weight. The IPS screen, following the current market trend, is <strong>8 inches</strong>, and it has a 1,280 x 800 pixel resolution, very much in line with the options launched by other manufacturers.</p>
<p>Inside we run into a processor <strong>Qualcomm Snapdragon</strong> with 64-bit architecture, it gradually begins to prevail over 32 bits, and four cores that operate at 1.2 GHz. It is supported by a memory <strong>1 GB RAM</strong> and 8 GB of internal storage, one of the “buts” although it can be remedied by expanding it with a microSD card of up to 64 GB. The back is controlled by a camera <strong>5 megapixels</strong>, while the front sensor remains at 2 megapixels. The battery seems like enough for a device with these characteristics: <strong>4,060 mAh</strong>. The chosen operating system is Android, in its version <strong>4.4 Kitkat</strong>. And of course, in addition to WiFi, Bluetooth and GPS, it costs with LTE connectivity that allows you to navigate mobile networks at speeds of 150 Mbps down and 50 Mbps up.</p>
<p>No less interesting is the price, 189 euros if we want to have independence (without commitment of permanence) from Vodafone and the possibility of acquiring it in installments, between 1 and 4 euros per month, depending on the chosen rate, with 2 years of permanence.</p>
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