HP have announced their plans to launch a pair of ‘small’ tablets, the HP Slate6 VoiceTab and the HP Slate7 VoiceTab, which can, as we’re sure you’ve gathered from their names, also make phone calls.
These 3G Android phablets will, according to HP, be designed with users who want to combine their phone and tablet into one product in mind.
Both tablets will run Android 4.2 and have as-yet unspecified quad-core processors, 16GB storage, microSD slots, HD front and rear cameras, dual SIM slots and stereo speakers. The 6-inch version will feature a 720p display, its larger sibling will have a 1,280 x 800 screen. HP has a little catching up to do on the specifications front.
The tablet is not aimed at US consumers, but will launch in India where HP still has a very loyal consumer base. There’s no indication whether an HP phablet will be seen outside India any time soon.
Source: The Verge