Datawind, the manufacturer who has been awarded the Aakash tablet project in India, has launched the same tablet (the Aakash 3) for the consumer market. Dubbed as Ubislate 7C+, the tablet is the exact same as the Aakash 3 tablet which is subsidised by the Indian government for students. The 7C+ is an exact replica as that of the older sibling, the 7Ri, except that this one features a capacitive display and a SIM card option for calling capabilities. Let's have a look at what the 7C+ is all about.
Single core 1GHz processor overclocked to 1.2GHz, with 512MB RAM and 4GB storage
7-inch capacitive display with a resolution of 800 x 480
GSM SIM card slot on the right for calling and basic Internet (GPRS)
Ugly rear panel with large branding and stickers.
In order to analyse the hardware, we ran the usual benchmarks and here are the scores. AnTuTu resulted in 3770, Quadrant in 2372 and NenaMark gave us a score of 32.5 fps. Lastly, Linpack scored 14.82 MFLOPS and 14.31 MFLOPS in the single-thread and multi-thread tests respectively. The performance of the tablet is similar to the Ubislate 7Ri, which sports the exact similar hardware with a resistive display. The tablet also performs at par with most budget tablets that feature a single core processor.
Stock user interface from the ICS operating system
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