Aakash 2 all set for a ‘revolutionary’ comeback
New Delhi: The world’s cheapest tablet is back and this time, Aakash 2 appears to have been more loaded and fully packed. Priced at a modest USD 35 (Rs 1,960) for Indian students, critics have already begun terming it as a revolution.
Likely to be launch in early October, Aakash 2 has been termed ‘World changing indeed’ by Forbes magazine, considering that Aakash 1, launched in October 2011, had faced many a hiccup.
Here’s a look at some of the main specifications of Aakash 2 (as per reports):
Touch panel : Multi-touch projective capacity
Processor : Cortex A8-1GHz
RAM : 512 MB compared to the 256 of Aakash 1.
OS : Aakash 2 will run on Android 4.0.3
Sensor : While Aakash 1 had no sensor, Aakash 2 will support G Sensor
Battery : It will be supported by 3,000mAh battery which will give a longer life
Camera : Unlike the first one, Aakash 2 is equipped with a front VGA camera
Network : Aakash 2 will support WiFi
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