It is good news for Android tablet aficionados, as Polaroid has unveiled three budjet tablets – Q7 (7” ), Q8 (8” t) and Q10 (10.1” ), which will be displayed in the Polaroid booth #13613 at the CES 2014. These three tablets are the first tablets to run Google’s latest Android KitKat version 4.4 OS. These tablets are Wi-Fi enabled, and are powered by Quad-Core processors.
Polaroid Q series tablets with Android 4.4 OS are budjet tablets and are priced between $ $129.00- $179.00 and will be available spring 2014. The company has not disclosed the other features, which will be known on 7th January. Going by their prices, even if the hardware features are mediocre, still it will attract lot of customers, who would like to grab these tablets with the latest Android version.
According to Polaroid, each tablet features an extended battery life, HDMI Bluetooth and front mounted speakers for hours of entertainment anywhere. The front and rear cameras allow users to capture their favorite memories, and share them via email and social media channels through the tablets’ built-in Wi-Fi. Polaroid has not given the specifications of cameras and battery details.
“Tablets are changing the way consumers use and share their favorite media and memories, and Polaroid’s robust line of tablets is allowing more consumers to share with on-the-go convenience,” said Polaroid President and CEO Scott W. Hardy. “Our Q Series provides consumers with super-fast quad core processing speeds allowing for faster performance and less wait times when watching movies, or playing games. In addition the Q series’ sleek design and affordable price point make it a great choice.”