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Olive Pad makes it appearance in the Indian market with an update to its operating system

Olive Pad makes it appearance in the Indian market with an update to its operating system


The new olive pad will feature a update from it Android 2.1 operating system to its Android 2.2 operating system.

Designed to serve as a multi functional device, the OlivePad comes equipped with 3G, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth for connectivity. The gadget also comes inbuilt with three mega pixel camera and It have a  front camera also.

On the side of Tech spec It Pad VT-100 is loaded with 600MHz Qualcomm M7227chipset and is India’s first 3.5G tablet with HSUPA (High Speed Uplink Packet Access) support. The tablet has a internal memory of 512MB ROM and 512MB RAM which can be expanded to 32GB with a memory card. OlivePad will have quad-band GSM support and also would be available with tri-band WCDMA support.

In addition to that the OlivePad VT-100 comes can be used as a touch notebook for browsing, multimedia, instant messaging and social networking, GPS for maps and turn by turn directions, gaming console and also as e-book reader and TV. It is also doubles up as a Smartphone allowing voice and video calling.

and it’s Price will be at  Indian Market 25,990 and  It available at all Croma stores across the country, the Updated OlivePad-Android 2.2 will boast of faster and improved JavaScript rendering allows applications to install on SD card, allow faster switch between multiple keyboard languages, auto app updates, USB Tethering and Portable Wi-Fi. In addition to that the gadget will include a 16 GB memory card and a leather carry-wallet free bundled with the OlivePad.

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