In Italy, Alcatel recently announced its latest Android tablet — the One Touch EVO 7, the company’s first “modular tablet”. The Evo 7 is a WiFi-only device that can be upgraded to 3G via a removable 3G module (or the frame surrounding the table).
In other words, you can switch whatever connectivity mode (3G or WiFi) anytime you want by just simply putting/removing the frame or 3G module, which is sold in bundle and available in different colors.
As its name suggests, the One Touch EVO 7 flaunts a 7-inch display (with unknown resolution) and is powered by Android Ice Cream Sandwich. It runs a 1GHz processor and has 1GB of RAM, a front-facing camera, and a microSD card support (up to 32GB). Unfortunately, that’s the only specs or features we know so far. We’ll update this post once we receive the complete specs.
There’s no word on its pricing and availability in the Philippines yet but the device is expected to land first in Europe.
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