Zen Mobile launches 9-inch UltraTab A900 with Android 4.0 for Rs. 7,999

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Zen Mobile launches 9-inch UltraTab A900 with Android 4.0 for Rs. 7,999
Zen Mobile has added yet another tablet in its portfolio on Thursday. Powered by Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, the tablet will be available for Rs. 7,999 across the country.

Company has partnered with HomeShop18 to initially release the tablet, but company plans to release later in the open market.

Zen UltraTab A900 features 1.5GHz processor, 512MB RAM, 1.3MP front camera, microSD card slot, and 9-inch display.

"After the successful launch of Zen UltraTab A100, we believe the Indian consumers were waiting for a new product in the 9-inch screen space. The new Zen UltraTab A900 is one of the top notch technological innovations from Zen Mobiles and confirms our business principle of taking latest technology to the masses. We have put in a lot of thoughtful features and applications in our new product offering Ultratab - A900," said Deepesh Gupta, Managing Director, Zen Mobile.

The tablet also comes pre-loaded with applications like Nimbuzz, Mig 33, Paytm, ibibo - Teenpatti, Rummy, Bollywoodji, nexGTV, Kundli, MapmyIndia, Readers Hub and Music Hub.

Zen Mobile has also added its custom skin on top of Ice Cream Sandwich tablet in the tablet. Dubbed as Ultra Tab Sense, it includes a 3D home screen and a carousel of widgets that puts a user's most important content and information at the visual center of the experience.

A tablet for every budget

Key specs

  • Processor: 1.5 GHz processor / 512 MB DDR3 RAM
  • Software: Android 4.0 OS with ice cream sandwich platform
  • Display: 9.0 -inch
  • Camera: 1.3 MP front camera
  • 4000 mAh battery
  • Dimensions: 11.8x148.6x238.6mm
  • Weight: 512.9 g

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