Documentation related to the yet to be announced 7-inch tablet from DataWind – Ubislate 3G7 has popped up on the FCC website indicating that the UK based company may be planning to launch its first ever 3G tablet.
DataWind has released quite a few low-cost Android tablets, Aakash being one of them in India, but all the tablets had one severe drawback. None of them supported 3G connectivity. They did have 2G and Wi-Fi connectivity options but, 3G connectivity coverage has increased to a great extent and with data plan price cuts announced by quite a few mobile operators in India there is an increased demand for tablets that support 3G natively.
The test reports on FCC’s website shows that the Ubislate 3G7 supports quadband GPRS along with tri-band HSPA (2100 / 1900 / 850MHz) which means that the tablet is also compatible with 4G – specifically speaking with AT&T in the US.
The reports don’t reveal a whole lot about the tablet apart from presence of features such as Wi-Fi b/g/n connectivity, Bluetooth 3.0, microSD card slot along with front and rear cameras.