Camangi Mangrove 7 Tablet to Hit Japanese Market Soon

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Camangi Mangrove 7 Tablet to Hit Japanese Market Soon

Google is not just renowned for its search engine and its email service, Gmail. It has also developed a mobile operating system for smartphones, which is named the Android. Recently, the company released a tablet only version of this mobile platform. It is dubbed the Android Honeycomb, and it is available in three versions: the 3.0 and 3.1 which are compatible with any tablet, and the 3.2 which is specially developed for 7 inch tablets. The Honeycomb OS features new user interface features, and supports graphics hardware acceleration as well as multicore processors.

The first device equipped with the Android 3.2 Honeycomb is the Huawei MediaPad. This 7 inch tablet PC was unveiled on June 20, 2011, and it boasts a dual-core 1.2GHz Qualcomm Chipset processor. However, some gadget reviews suggested that the ViewSonic ViewPad 7x (released in May 2011) was actually the world’s first 7 inch Honeycomb tablet. Unfortunately, there are no further details about this tablet PC.

Following the footsteps of Huawei and ViewSonic, Taiwan-based gadget manufacturer Camangi is planning to their very own 7 inch Honeycomb tablet. Similar to the MediaPad and ViewPad 7x, the Camangi Mangrove tablet will also be equipped with the 3.2 Honeycomb OS. The Mangrove 7 is going to be launched in Japan in August 2011, with an MSRP of around JPY 50,000 (approximately USD 615). Whether or not the Mangrove 7 will be released outside Japan is still unknown. However, rumor has it that this gadget will also be available in other Asian countries as well as Europe.

The Camangi Mangrove 7 is the second Android-based gadget released by Camangi this year. Earlier this year, the company unveiled the FM600 tablet which comes equipped with the Android 2.2 Froyo mobile platform.

As a third generation tablet, the Camangi Mangrove 7 will feature a 1GHz Tegra 2 processor from nVIDIA. It comes with a brilliant 7 inch display with 1024 x 800 pixels resolution. It is also equipped with 1 GB of RAM, 8 GB internal memory and a microSD card slot for memory expansion with maximum capacity of 32 GB. Other features of this tablet include a 5 MP rear camera with LED flash, 2 MP front camera for video chat, GSM support, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, microUSB 2.0 slot, EDR support, HDMI port, Bluetooth 2.1, and navigation system.

This tablet also comes with its share of drawbacks. It is highly unlikely that this gadget will come with GSM capabilities. Its 1,600 mAh Li-Ion battery also tends to lose power faster than the batteries generally used by other tablets or smartphones. If the Mangrove 7 is indeed going to be available in Europe, it will face competition from HTC, Acer and Samsung tablets.

Camangi Mangrove 7 Tablet to Hit Japanese Market Soon

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