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iBall launches 8-inch Slide O900-C tablet with dual-SIM; price Rs 13k

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iBall has introduced its latest tablet – Slide O900-C, priced at Rs 12,999.

The iBall Slide O900-C comes with a an Octa Core processor, 2 GB RAM, Dual SIM support and 16 GB in-built memory, expandable upto 32GB.

It also has a 7.85inch HD IPS Display featuring a 1024×768 resolution and a and 4000mAh battery. The aspect ratio of the display is 4:3 to ensure a better experience when browsing and checking out photos.

It has support for 19+ regional languages for reading and writing.

One can use Normal and Micro SIM.

Slide O900-C also has 5 MP cameras at both the front and the back.

Other connectivity options include Quad Band support, Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi Direct, GPS and A-GPS, Bluetooth ver. 4.0, USB Tethering and USB OTG function.

The iBallSlide O900-C shall be available across all leading outlets and retail store across India within 2 weeks.​

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