October 17, 2017

Reliance 3G Tablet Introduced in India @ Rs. 12,999 : What’s so Special?


Reliance is the second largest service carrier in India in context of registered users. Reliance is also one of the largest companies in India and what makes it the largest? It’s the quality, reliability, versatility and above all the smell of indigenous gadgets! Reliance is further divided into many branches like Reliance Infra, Reliance Communications and many more. One of these branched parts which is also the largest of the others – Reliance Communications, has recently launched the whole new tablet.


Reliance New Tablet

Production Line

Reliance made the announcement of launch of this tablet in New Delhi a few days ago. Reliance’s this new tablet is considered to be one of the India’s cheapest and the “best” tablet. Reliance furthermore said that this tablet will be produced by the Chinese giant ZTE.


Coming to the features which Reliance’s new tablet will have, I would like to tell you that it has got Android 2.3 as the operating system. It has got expandable 32 GB memory storage which makes it a compact size giant. All the same, it has also got 512 MB RAM which makes this giant faster. The size of the tablet is 7 inches which is the normal tablet size. The best part is its price which is really cheap – only Rs.12,999 or $290. The price is not too high, so common man will now finally have access to cheap and the best tablet.

Carrying on, Reliance’s team also said that their new tablet will work on both 3G and Wi-Fi networks, which makes this tablet a best buy for the low-budget. Reliance has also said that first few tablets will be launched in metropolitan cities like Mumbai, Delhi and Kolkata but no need to worry as they have also said that they will launch their new tablet in other cities too and that too as soon as possible.

Reliance’s new tablet will be available only on the certified Reliance Communication centers.

About Arjun Singh

Arjun Singh is a witty boy who lives in Jammu. He loves reading books, hacking, blogging, guitaring and clicking photographs. He blogs at www.geeksip.com


  1. The tablet looks promising. Willing to try it out. Lets see when it gets available in my city (Bhopal).

  2. I think it will be available there.. :)

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