Kobian today has launched a ultra-thin phablet named mTAB Lite. This revelation is 12mm thick and weighs 320gms which ensures portability on the go. Also, it provides support for 2G mobile connectivity. The phablet mTAB Lite comes loaded with a plethora of features and it provides a 7″ capacitive five point touch screen that promises an enriching new experience for users on a strict budget.
This revelation, the Mercury mTAB Lite runs on the Android 4.0 platform and it is powered by the 1GHz Vimicro Cortex A8 processor. It constitutes 512MB RAM, 4GB storage and supports 32GB extendable memory through Micro SD card. The phablet is sleek and thin but the screen is large enough to watch videos.
The phablet encompasses in-built IEEE 802.11 b/g/ specified Wi-Fi and supports 2G SIM calling along with support for Adobe Flash 11.1. The mTAB Lite has a 0.3 megapixel front and rear camera for continuous video support with good quality display. Additionally, it facilitates easy connectivity through 2G SIM calling. mTAB Lite constitutes a battery capacity of 3.7V 2700mah. Furthermore, this phablet encompasses a built-in speaker with 3 Axis – G sensor, Bluetooth of BT 3.0 and multiple I/O ports of 1 SIM slot, TF card slot, Micro USB 2.0, 3.5mm stereo port. The DC Jack helps the phablet to bridge the gap between the Smartphone and Desktop PC. Simple tasks and operations like surfing, playing, networking and video chat can be easily performed on the mTAB Lite.