Lava E-Tab IVORY Android Tablet Launched in India for Rs. 10,199

Lava International Limited today on October 12, 2013 announced the E-Tab IVORY Android tablet in India. The E-Tab IVORY is launched as a successor of the ‘Connect’ range of calling tablets earlier introduced by Lava. Lava E-Tab IVORY packs dual-SIM 3G and voice calling support with HD display offering consumers a good multimedia experience.

Lava Ivory E Tab


It has a 7-inch (1024×600 pixelsresolution) capacitive touch screen display, powered by a 1.2 GHz dual core MediaTek processor and runs on Android Jelly Bean 4.1. Along with this the tablet has a Power VRSGX531 Ultra GPU @ 500 MHz, providing an excellent gaming and video performance on a high-resolution screen. More details are given below.

Lava E-Tab IVORY Specifications:

  • 3G Voice/Video calling Support with dual SIM Slot
  • 1.2 GHz MediaTek dual core processor with Power VRSGX531 ultra GPU
  • Android v4.1 Jelly Bean
  • 7-inch Multi touch Capacitive HD Screen with 1024X600 resolution
  • 1GB DDR3 RAM and 4GB internal memory
  • 3000mAh battery
  • Packed with HD Games/ Entertainment Apps/ Social media Apps
  • Silver color metallic finish ID with white Bezel

Lava Ivory E Tab FrontLava Ivory E Tab Back

Apart from hardware features, the device comes bundled with a bunch of HD Games such as Total Recall HD and NFS HD. Lava has also partnered with Hungama to provide various VAS initiatives that is integration of Hungama’s Music Application on E-Tab IVORY. The tablet also features host of other utility apps like OLX, PayTm, Gmail, Calendar and dedicated social networking apps like Twitter, Facebook and Whatapp, making it a useful for the youth.

Pricing and Availability

This product will be available on online channels & in retail at a MRP of Rs. 10,199. For the price, it might be one of the cheapest Android calling tablet available till date and that too with a dual-SIM support. At this price we would consider you to browse a little and choose your pefect tab in case you don’t like this because a lot of not so good products are out there.

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