A Korean company has just released the first ever Android tablet the “Identity Tab” in the Korean market. At least this is what the company is claiming. The KT Android tablet has a multitouch screen 7” in size (diagonal) and is powered by a 1GHz Snapdragon processor.
The KT tablet, the Identity Tab has 8GB of internal memory plus it is also equipped with a SD card slot for increasing its storage space. The Identity Tab features a very handy integrated DMB TV tuner along with HDMI port. To further add to the features is a 3.0 mega pixel camera on the rear size for taking photos and shooting videos as well.
The KT tablet device is aimed at people who are looking for affordable e-book readers, web surfing tablets and for those who want to edit documents on the move. The device has both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth support. The Identity tablet by KT has a price tag of 300,000 WON or simply $251 without any contract.
| via KT |