Ubislate 7C: Features, Specs, Overview

Ubislate is back in news, this time for a good reason! We could soon see Ubislate 7c, the upgraded and another commercial version of Akash Tablets. The tablet seems to have got many updates. The all new 7c is cheap but promises to meet most of the user requirements.

Ubislate 7c will now be powered by 7.0 inch Capacitive touch screen, as compared to 7+ which had resistive touch screen. The new touch screen is expected to enhance user experience and make the tablet easier to use.

If we simply talk about the specifications of the machine, 7c is powered by Cortex A8, 700 MHz Processor with HD Video Co Processor and a RAM of 256 MB. If we talk about the internal storage, 7c has 4GB internal memory (7+ had 2 GB) that is expandable up to 32 GB. Coming to the display, it has got a 7.0 inches capacitive touch screen with 800×480 pixels. For battery backup, the device is powered by 200.240 volts battery that keeps the device live up to 180 minutes.

So that was all with the technical specifications. Now, let’s come to the other part, connectivity. Ubislate 7c has 2 Standard USB Ports (Ver. 2.0) which lets you insert either a USB drive or a USB 3G Dongle. The device also has a support for 3.5 mm jack and support for GPRS & Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11 a/b/g too. And the best part is you can use the tablet either as  a tablet or as a cell phone to receive and make calls, depending on your choice.

The tablet runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS and comes with lots of pre-installed apps such as Wikipedia and some Yahoo Services. Like Samsung phones have got Google Play store, this Android machine has got a Get jar Store that lets you easily download 1000s apps on the go.

This device is perfect pick for those looking for tablet with a small budget. The device should be available to the users by the end of May and is expected to cost around 80$ (4000 INR).


  1. it is interesting to see how the company is coming up with better products retaining the low price. these devices have very useful educational features like multilingual support which ensures that knowledge of english is no more a barrier to learning

    1. Hi Himani! Both the versions of Ubilsate (7+ and 7c) doesn’t have camera just because they are educational tablets.

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