The mTab Neo supports GSM and 3G radios and for those who care, you can do voice calls as well. You’ll need the bundled headset or a Bluetooth one, since there’s no earpiece. Other options include, Wi-Fi ‘n’ connectivity and Bluetooth. DLNA support isn’t available right away, though.
Capacitive screen is not too bad when browsing
Extremely barren with no options to tweak the picture
The is the best we could get
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