Government has finalised specifications of next version of low-cost tablet,Aakash, which would be ready by January 2014.With 100 per cent FDI in telecom sector, the government seems bullish over telecom sector.At the National Telecom Summit 2013, organized by CII, telecom minister Kapil Sibal said that new unified license regime is expected to come out in a couple of days.
The tablet will be sporting dual boot OS of Ubuntu and Android. For smoother operation, Aakash 4 will sport 1 GB DDR3 RAM, 4 GB internal memory and a 32 GB micro SD card slot.As per the proposal, Aakash 4 should come with Wi-Fi (b/g/n), Bluetooth 2.1 or higher version, 3.5 mm jack, USB port and it should support all popular 2G/3G/4G phone/data connectivity dongles in India, USB to Ethernet adaptors, USB printers, mouse, and keyboard.The minister said that around 12 manufacturers from around the world are ready to make the tablet in India.There is no problem in terms of manufacture. In fact lines are ready for manufacture, what they need is orders. Now that specifications are frozen.Final specifications of the new Aakash tablet, however, could not be ascertained yet. As per proposed specifications, the latest version of Aakash should be capable of supporting 4G services, phone calling features, 4 GB in built storage and bluetooth connectivity.
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