China-based Chile has just shown of its latest Android-powered tablet offering with the new Chile T7-3G. This is Chile’s latest Android device that comes with a string of features that should capture the eye of modern day techies aching to get a handy and portable tablet.Among the features of the Chile T7-3G tablet include a 720MHz ARM11 processor and a 7″ 800×600 resistive touch screen display……
SmartQ T7 tablets may appear just like their Ubuntu-riding R7 sibling, but they offer Android 2.1, an integrated 3G option, a speedier 720MHz CPU, and a colossal 4,700mAh battery — 1,400mAh more than before! If that’s woken you from the slumber brought on by yet another boilerplate tablet, SmartQ’s also boasting support for a similarly impressive range of video codecs, meaning you can grab any RMVB, AVI, MKV and WMV files (even at 1080p) from your various, ahem, sources, and just play them back on the 7-inch LCD (probably at 800 x 600 like the R7) as they are.
According to SmartDevices, both support up to 1080p HD video thanks to a 720MHz ARM11 processor and 3D hardware graphics acceleration. There’a also a 4,700mAh battery and WiFi, though while the Android Market is shown on the screenshots we’re not 100-percent certain whether either tablet will actually get access to the marketplace.
The Chile T7-3G tablet will also have a 4500 mAh battery with an integrated accelerometer that will enable the screen to rotate automatically when a change of orientation is needed.
If you’re cool with just WiFi connectivity, then go for the ¥1,480 ($219) T7; if 3G is a must, be prepared to dole out ¥1,880 ($278) and ¥1,980 ($292) for the EVDO and WCDMA flavors of the T7-3G, respectively. And if you’re hanging out with China Mobile, price for the TD-SCDMA version’s to be confirmed later.