Allview AllDro 2 tablet with Andriod 2.3 and 3G

The multimedia tablet runs the most known operating system at the moment, Android 2.2 which supports Flash and its main caracteristics are a proportioned 4 / 3 8-inch screen, a Samsung ARM Cortex A8 processor, Wi-Fi connectivity and a front camera.

Allview offers the opportunity to update the operating system from Android 2.2 to Android 2.3 for AllDro 2 tablet.And  8 inch display and 200 euro tablet with Android Gingerbread, 3G and WiFi connectivity update for AllDro 2 tablet.

Android 2.3 operation system update comes with significant gains for AllDro 2 tablet. Android 2.3 enables a higher reaction speed for all applications, particularly for 3D games and other operations which require an intensive use of the processor. Also, playing flash files is improved for the 10.3 Flash Player and the video drivers are upgraded for better 3D graphics.

By using Wi-Fi connectivity and the frontal incorporated camera, together with the dedicated Fring application, AllDro 2 tablet allows fluent video calls. Once the firmware upgrading is performed, the 3G connection will still be available through the internet modems offered by mobile operators or through Allview's website.

The 3G part is done with the aid of a 3G dongle and you must know that this tablet uses a Cortex A8 1.2GHz processor, a Mali 400 4 core GPU and 8 GB of internal memory. Finally we get a main camera on this device, unlike its predecessor and I’m talking about a poor 2 megapixel sensor here, but still we can take pics with it. The 8 inch display is a 4:3 one, with a resolution of 800 x 600 pixels and you must know that the Alldro 2 Speed supports DLNA, has a HDMI port and a couple of preinstalled apps from Allview.

For more details on the Allview AllDro 2 tablet, go tothe producer’s website: www.allviewmobile.com.

Allview AllDro 2 tablet with Andriod 2.3 and 3G Allview AllDro 2 tablet with Andriod 2.3 and 3G Reviewed by Admin on 1:41 PM Rating: 5

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