Verizon Announces the Ellipsis 7 Inch Tablet
Verizon set to launch an awesomely affordable Ellipsis 7 inch Android tablet! In the world of high end flagship smart phones and tablets it’s not necessarly hard to come across a device at an affordable price point. Unfortunately, for the most part these devices in terms of hardware are nothing to write home about. The latest addition to this range of devices is set to be the Ellipsis tablet that will make its way to shelves and networks of Verizon, just in time for the holidays.
Late last week leaky details surrounding a Verizon bound 7 inch tablet made its way into the headlines via the good ol’ reliable @Evleaks. Just about six days later, those rumors have become official as the big red carrier has confirmed the Ellipsis 7 inch slate. So what can we expect from the Ellipsis? Well, not too much hardware or spec wise, but affordable nonetheless! The Ellipsis 7 is a solid tablet with an amazingly large bezel that is wrapped around a 7 inch 1280×800 IPS LCD touch screen display with 216 pixels per inch. Internally the device is set to launch with a 1.2 GHz quad core SOC processor, an unnamed GPU, 8 GB of built in storage and expandable micro SD memory options. Up front the device sports a camera for video calling and a rear facing 3.2 mega pixel shooter. Additionally the Verizon Ellipsis 7 comes with GPS, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and micro USB connectivity. The tablet also supports Verizon’s 4G LTE network and will cost you only $150 bucks with a new contract. Off contract the tablet is priced at a mere $250! The Ellipsis tablet will begin hitting retail shelves of the carriers tomorrow November 7th. While this new tablet may not be the high end flagship slate you’re after it may make a perfect gift option for those entry level tablet owners in your life. Surely Verizon is banking on just that.
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