Swipe Technologies a Pune based smartphone manufacturer has come up with first ever 4G LTE tablet made for India. Named as Swipe Ace Strike, the tablet is available for purchase via retail stores. 4G adoption in India is growing faster and we already have a good number of 4G compatible smartphones in India.
During the launch Shripal Gandhi, Chief executive and founder of Swipe said –
The Swipe Ace Strike tablet is launched keep youth in mind, adhering to #LiveYourFaith tagline. Young blood of India believes in living lifestyle in their own terms without any barriers. The 1080p full HD and Quad HD videos needs speed more than 3G and then we though why not bring up a tablet which 4G compatible and also affordable.
In terms of technical specifications, the Swipe Ace Strike tablet comes with 6.98 inch display with 1280 x 720 pixels High Definition [HD] resolution. It features one-hand operation mode and the processing compartmewnt is handled by 64-bit quad core processor clocked at 1.3 GHz. Assisting the processor is the 2 Gigs of RAM and the device gets a total of 16 GB on-board memory along with a micro Sd card slot.
There is 5 mega pixel camera on the rear side of the device and on the front we have 2 mega pixel snapper for selfies. Beneath the removeable back of the device, we have the 4000 mAh battery providing 11 hours of talktime and it offers like WiFi tether, WiFi, Bluetooth. It will be running on Android 4.4 Kitkat, which means it misses out the taste of Lollipop with material design overlay.
Swipe Ace Strike tablet will be priced between Rs 8000 to Rs 10,000.