Dell Venue 7 and 8 android tablets

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There are numerous upcoming different types of android tablets that are available in the market today. With the different types emerging on a regular basis, there has been a wild range of competition in the phone marketing field. Each and every producer of their phone type wants their phone and tablet to be an eye catcher to the rest. Every time a new phone company releases a new type of tablet, it emerges with extremely high quality features and totally different to the rest making the market filled with cheap android tablet and phones.

Recently, Dell launched two new types of android tablets that are the talk of the town today. The two Dell Android Tablets include; venue 7 and 8 android tablets have features just like the name suggests. The two android tablets are 7 and 8 inch tablets respectively with no much difference between them except for a few changes. The two tablets run on android 4.2.2 and have been priced closely at $150 and $180.

Dell Android Tablets

The best thing about the two types of Dell Android Tablets is that they run on an Intel CPU program of 2GHz clover trail with a 2GB ram. They have amazing 1280 by 800 megapixels camera with an IPS display screen making it easier and clearer taking a photo. When it comes to the tablets battery life, according to the reviews and the official information, the two Dell Android Tablets can give up to 10 hours of battery life. The only difference between the two is the size of the screen and camera. The two venue 7 and 8 android tablets have screen sizes of 7-inch and another 8-inch. The venue 7 tablets comes with a 3 megapixel rear and a front VGA camera, whilst venue 8 comes accompanied with a 5 megapixel rear camera and a 2mega pixel front camera.

The two Dell Android Tablets are the first android tablets to be running on Intel cover trail which are known for being the best at managing power usage.

Author: ashatech

Asha Nimbalkar is an IT graduate and works as System Engineer with Wipro Technologies. Writes to tech journals, periodicals and blogs. She supports content update to this site.

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