Lava has released its new tablet in the market at a very affordable price tag of Rs. 9,999.
The Lava X80 tablet is pitched as the next-gen experience device from Lava and comes with an Intel Baytrail Quad Core Processor.
Lava already had a tablet in their portfolio know as the Lava Ivory M4 which also has an 8-inch display.
Also, Samsung has launched a new 7-inch tablet last week known as the Samsung J Max for Rs. 13,499 in the Indian market.
The X80 tablet flaunts an 8 inch with (1280×800) pixels IPS with OGS display. Under the hood, it runs on a 1.3 GHz Quad-core Intel Atom ‘Baytrail’ processor which has a boost clock speed of up to 1.83 GHz.
Additionally, it comes along with 1 GB of RAM.
The tablet sports 16 Gb of internal storage with further expandability up to 32 GB with the help of micro SD cards.
Lava X80 sports a 5 MP rear camera with auto-focus and video recording capability.
The front shooter is 3.2 Mp camera for decent selfies worth sharing on social media platforms.
Furthermore, it measures in at 215.5x125x9mm and weighs at 320 grams.
Lava X80 also ensures connectivity options such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS and USB 2.0.
Sadly, the tablet supports only 3G voice calling and lacks 4G LTE support.
Fueling the tablet is a rather small 4200 mAh battery while some of the 5.5-inch smartphones have this much battery capacity.
Now coming to the software department, it’s egregious to see Lava using the old and dated Android KitKat 4.4.4 for what they call “Next Gen experience” tablet.
Also, the company has not shared if the tablet will get a software update to Android Marshmallow or Android Lollipop any sooner.
The Android Marshmallow is now on 13.3% of Android devices globally which is also a meager number considering it is almost nine months since Google released the new OS.
The new X80 is available in Indian retail stores at Rs, 9,999 along with the standard color options; Black and White.
Also, the brand offers a standard 1-year warranty with the device and six months warranty for the accessories in the box.
Surprisingly, the launch of the “Lava X80 tablet” has compelled itself to compete against the New entrant in the market, “Samsung J Max tablet” which has slightly better specs and price tag.
Also, it competes with the Ivory M4 tablet from Lava that has better RAM and latest software version with slightly less price tag.
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