Zync Z-999 Plus tablet -Review

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Zync Z-999 Plus tablet -Review

  • 2012-08-07 17:03:25
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Reviews / Mobile phones Zync Z-999 Plus tablet -Review
WE dont have much interest when it comes to low cost tablets with voice calling. Zync has stepped up to the plate with an offering such an amazing price! . As far as appearances go, theres not much differ from the Z999-Plus from most other budget 7-inch tablets.

Any way it has a nicer matte finish plastic all-rounded , a rear-facing camera and the all-important full size SIM card slot (which enables voice calls and 3G data). And also , the device does have a phone earpiece � so that we can hold it up to ear to take calls. In addition too , its an oversized Android phone with a 7-inch (800 x 480 pixel) display For the price, you will got a processor of1.5Ghz , Mali 400 graphics chip, RAM of512MB , 8GB flash memory (expandable by 32GB via micro SD), VGA front camera, 2 MP rear camera, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and HDMI. You wont find the device lacking in performance when it comes to day-to-day use and even gaming and video playback performance is good. A slight issue is the 512MB RAM which can create a problem if too many apps are running simultaneously.

Call quality was acceptable ie when you can make receive calls using the earpiece, loudspeaker or with a wired/wireless headset. If you use the device as a phone, you can expect about a of battery life about 2 4hours ( 1 day )� or roughly 4 to 5 hours of continuous use with internet/video playback.

Note that the tablet doesnot have a GPS or automatic screen brightness and the rear camera quality leaves a lot to be desired. Instead of a rear camera, we would have preferred if it had a brighter and higher resolution screen.

Having said that, the Z-999 Plus offers a unique proposition thanks to the features and the attractive price. The only other budget tablet with comparable hardware and voice calling support is the new Reliance 3G Tab - but you can only use it on the Reliance network.

If you going to spend up to Rs 19,000, for Samsungs Galaxy Tab 2 (also with a 7-inch screen) is a great option. It also does voice calling, has better build quality, a much better screen and overall better features.
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