Dell Announces the Venue 7 and Venue 8 Tablets Running Android 4.2.2
Dell introduces two affordable Android tablets, the Venue 7 and Venue 8! It has been a while since the mobile world has heard a peep out of Dell and recently the seal has been broken. Back in September the company went on the record and announced they would be reviving their Venue series of devices. Earlier this month they did just that launching the Venue 8 Pro and Venue 11 Pro Windows 8.1 tablets. Just the day before these slates were announced however, an Android based Dell Venue 8 was spotted getting its Wi-Fi approval. One short day after the Wi-Fi leak, Dell has made the Venue 7 and Venue 8 Android devices official!
Just as they said they would, Dell has up and revived their Venue tablets by launching, not two, but four different variations. After making the Windows 8.1 Venue 8 Pro and Venue 11 Pro official, Dell has launched their Venue 7 and Venue 8 tablets for Android sector of the world. So what can we expect? Well, affordability is synonyms with Dell and that stays true with the new Venue 7 and 8 starting at $150 bucks for the Venue 7 and $180 for the Venue 8! The Venue 7 as you may have surmised uses an 7 inches touch screen display while the Venue 8 sports measures in at 8 inches. Both of these screens use an IPS panel and offer up a 1280×800 pixel resolution. Internally both devices use a 2 GHz dual core Intel made Z2580 processor and come in either 16 or 32 GB variations. Additionally both tablets offer up expandable memory options with the likes of micro SD card slots. The two tablets will both come running with the likes of Android version 4.2.2 and will be offered up in either Wi-Fi or 4G versions. The spec sheet unfortunately runs a bit dry at that point; however both tablets will be made available come October 8th.
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