$35 Android Tablet In India To Upgrade To Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich

Back in July we first started hearing about an Android tablet in India that would cost $35 after a subsidy of about $10 from the Indian government. The goal is to get as many of these Android tablets into the hands of Indian students as possible.

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The tablet, which goes by the name of Aakash 2 is set to release in the next two to three weeks but not before a quick hardware update. The newer version will feature a 7″ capacitive multitouch screen and a single core 800 mhz Cortex A8 processor. This upgraded version will ship with Android 2.3 but will get an upgrade to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich about 6-8 weeks after release. There goes those rumors that Android 4.0 needs a 1ghz processor right?

“The product development is complete and deliveries are expected to start for Aakash 2 in about two or three weeks,” Tuli told PCWorld in an email.

The original version of the tablet had Android 2.2, and a 366mhz processor. The Aakash 2 will have 256mb or RAM and 2gb of flash storage.  The next iteration of the tablet may feature dual core A9 processors.

The Aakash 2 isn’t the only low cost Android tablet around, just the other day we brought you this story about a $51 Android tablet with amazing resolution and an HDMI out.

source: PC World

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