Apprising 'Hyundai T7' Android Tablet with Samsung Exynos Processor

The mobile device market is flooded with smartphones, tablets and e-readers, while the alarming thing is that the figure does not cease to stop. As mobile communication is deemed to be the predominant communication medium of the future, many technology companies are pitching in the mobile device market with their own version of a mobile device. For instance, in 2012, it was estimated that close to 80% of the US population owned either a tablet or a smartphone. The figure estimated to increase to 90% by the end of 2013.

With the number of mobile devices hitting the markets increasing with each passing month, it’s becoming hard to keep track of the different brands and products. It is a widely known fact that popular tech players like Apple, Microsoft, Google, Samsung and Dell, among other already have fair share of the mobile device market. But it is relatively little-known players like Hyundai that grab the headlines with their products, as they offer devices that have most of the features that are offered by the likes of the Apple and Google. In this case, let’s put Hyundai’s latest T7 Android tablet under the scanner and apprize how it matches the big players in the market in terms of both innovative features and options.

Design & Features:
The Hyundai T7 is a 7-inch tablet that runs on Android Ice Cream Sandwich mobile operating system with an option to upgrade to Jelly Bean once it’s made available. The interesting thing about the tablet is that it is powered by Samsung’s proprietary Exynos 4 quad-core processor. Though relatively less utilized in popular gadgets, the Exynos 4 processor provides dependable and high quality processing and graphics performance, all while exhausting minimal power. Be it multi-tasking or high-end gaming, the Exynos 4 processor perfects all these actions both on a smartphone as well as a tablet. This is the prime component that elevates the Hyundai T7 tablet along with far-famed tablets like iPad Mini and Nexus 7.

As an Android tablet, its features are enhanced by the more than 700,000 apps available for download from Google Play. Sporting a 7-inch five point multi-touch IPS display, the T7 tablet offers resolutions of up to 1280 x 800 pixels, which is not that bad for an Android tablet priced below $170. Furthermore, the display comes with splash and scratch proof protection. Incorporating a 1 gigabyte DDR3 RAM, the tablet has an onboard quad core Mali 400 graphics processing unit that offers a satisfying graphics performance.

In terms of memory options, the tablet has an internal storage capacity of 8 gigabytes, which can be extended to 32 gigabytes with the help of a micro-SD card. From a multimedia standpoint, the tablet has a 2 megapixel primary camera with LED flash and 0.3 megapixel secondary camera. For connectivity purposes, the T7 is equipped with micro USB, HDMI, wall charger and audio ports, along with a micro SD card slot. Additionally, it also supports Wi-Fi and Bluetooth capabilities. The battery of the tablet is the only weak link with just 3000mAH potential, but it can be comprised with the pricing.

Bottom Line:
Though there are many clogging issues that hinder the complete experience one can gets from an Android tablet, the Hyundai T7 considering its price is a relatively decent buy taking into consideration the fact that the tablet runs on the same processor that powers some of the critically-acclaimed mobile devices like the Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note 2.

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