HP comes up with an entry level affordable tablet in US market with a price tag of $100. The 7-inch device is powered by a 1GHz quad core ARM Cortex A7 processor along with 1GB RAM. The device comes with only Wi-Fi connectivity only, no specific cellular model as well. And there is not any plan to launch it in international market as well.
Talking about the specifications of HP 7 Plus, the 8.15mm thick and 295grams weigh device has 7-inch IPS LED-backlit display along with 1024*600 pixel resolution display. The tablet runs on 1GHz quad core ARM Cortex A7 processor along with 1GB RAM on board.
The HP 7 Plus comes with slightly older version of Android 4.2 Jelly Bean operating system and no information about further upgrade. The tablet boosts a 2-megapixel rear camera at back along with VGA front camera,
The HP 7 plus has 8GB of internal storage along with up to 32GB memory card support. On the connectivity front, it has Wi-Fi connectivity with Miracast support as well, so you can stream contents from tablet to a bigger monitor. The HP 7 Plus has 2800mAh battery on board as well and it is available in White and Silver colures in US right now.
HP 7 Plus specifications
- 8.15mm thick and 295grams weighs
- 7-inch IPS LED-backlit display
- 1024 × 600 pixel resolution display
- 1 GHz quad-core ARM Cortex A7 processor
- 1GB RAM
- Android 4.2 Jelly Bean operating System
- 2-MegaPixel rear camera
- VGA front-facing camera
- 8GB internal memory,
- Up to 32 GB Memory card support
- Wi-Fi with Miracast support
- 2800 mAh battery
- Available in White with silver colours
The device is surely affordable with a 7-inch display, but it does not compete well with original Google Nexus 7 which is slightly 1 year older then HP 7 Plus. And in some of online retailor sites you can even find 32GB model of original Nexus 7 with a price tag of $99. Although the Nexus 7 comes with only a front camera but still it’s a best choice over HP 7 Plus. And you can even find more tablets in market of local companies as well.
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