Micromax Canvas Tab P702 priced at Rs 7,999 launched; 4G tablet available on Snapdeal
Indian smartphone maker Micromax on Tuesday launched its first 4G tablet - Canvas Tab P702, with seven-inch HD IPS display and 3000mAh battery priced at Rs 7,999.
Canvas Tab P702 will be exclusively available on e-tail website Snapdeal starting from March 1, the company said in a statement.
Canvas Tab P702: Shubhajit Sen, CMO, Micromax Informatics, said: "With the launch of Canvas Tab P702, we are bringing in a large screen 4G connected device which delivers superior features promising seamless multi-tasking and non-stop entertainment on-the go."
Canvas Tab P702: "P702 is being launched with a vision to improve the lower penetration of the tablet form factor in India. As a leader in the category, we are committed to steer the category growth by introducing innovative products addressing the needs of the digital consumers.”
Canvas Tab P702 features: 7-inch Display | 2GB RAM | Dual box speakers | 1.3 GHz Quad Core Processor | 16 GB ROM | Expandable memory upto 32 GB | Android Lollipop 5.1 OS | 3000mAh battery | 4G connectivity | 5MP AF Rear Camera | 2MP Front Camera
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