After making some changes in Aakash 2, the makers have brought the Aakash 3 in the market and the device certainly looks better than its predecessor. Aakash 2 is also known as Ubislate 7Ci, while Aakash 3 is recognized as Ubislate 7C+.
There isn’t too much of a physical difference between Aakash 2 and Aakash 3. Not only that, there are some similarities in the features both the versions as well. However, not everything is similar and we need to mention that one difference.
The most important upgrade is the calling facility. Apart from this, there is also a more powerful battery, which will naturally help in giving more backup. These two things should add to the excitement of the phone. The calling facility should do the job of both a tablet and a phone.
The body of the Aakash 3 is made of plastic. The black color of the plastic not only gives it an excellent look, but also the material used is tough and can keep the device safe. The new device weighs about 338 grams – 52 grams more than its predecessor.
At one side of the tab, there are buttons for power, controlling the volume, USB 2.0, as well as for audio jack and DC-in. The screen of the device is a 7-inch touchscreen that comes with a resolution of 800 X 480 pixels. There is a front camera that is good enough to be used for making video calls with apps like Skype.
There is the Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich version as the OS for the device, which is powered by the 1 GHz Cortex A8 processor. It comes with of 512 MB RAM. The internal memory of the tab is 4 GB and can easily be extended up to 32 GB with the micro SD slot.
The estimated price of the tab is Rs. 4,990.