India's HCL Infosystems introduces me to connect 2 g 2.0 phablet

HCL Infosystem latest addition to their product line is 7-inch HCL ME Connect 2 g 2.0 smartphone tablet, more commonly known as a phablet.

Phablet is powered by a 1 GHz ARM Cortex A9 processor with 1 GB of DDR3 RAM and 4 GB internal memory, which is expandable up to 32 GB, according to a news release.

indias-hcl-infosystems-unveils-me-connect-2g-2-0-phabletHCL me connect 2 g 2.0.

HCL me connect 2 g 2.0 runs on Google Android Jellybean 4.1 OS and is also equipped with the support of 11 local Indian language and face detection to lock and unlock the device. As the name suggests, in the HCL ME Connect 2 g 2.0 phablet offers only 2 g voice calls.

The cameras are out of date, because the sport is simply a 0.3 MP camera on the front and rear camera is not better at just 2.0 MP. Clearly, this unit would be transferred by consumers who want a device to take good pictures, as the resolution is much lower than current standards.

However, include other promising features 3 g connectivity via a USB datacard (WCDMA/EVDO), which is not included in the unit. Phablet includes both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, as it also comes with an integrated Wi-Fi router that can be used to create a wireless hotspot. This is an interesting feature not seen on many devices; There is a built-in router to create a wireless hotspot. This can be appealing for those who want to create mini hotspots in small areas within a small group of users.

HCL me connect 2 g 2.0 is priced attractively at just 8,499 rupees (US $ 150.30). This is a steal for the price, unlike other Indian phablets from Karbonn or Micromax. If anything, HCL the trademark itself carries weight within India, and if leveraged effectively with a clever advertising and marketing campaign, HCL Infosystems could make a decent in the Indian market.

The question is what their intention is to make a dent in the market or just enough presence to be felt?

HCL is a 6 billion dollar multinational corporation (MNC) and HCL Infosystems 1.8 billion dollar company. To be honest, if they really want to be in front, they need to fine-tune their products and make them more competitive. Running the latest Google OS is fine, but to have antiquated cameras and the lack of built-in 3 g capacity on a phablet turn off a lot of users, but for some, maybe this is actually something that can be overlooked.

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