Have you taken in consideration the possibility of buying the previous Tegra Note 7, but the lack of faster data stopped you from actually doing that? Then, its Tegra Note 7 LTE successor that has just been announced by NVIDIA might be just what you are looking for. So, although this new model is similar to its predecessor in terms of specs, the new i500 LTE modem is ready to make the difference by adding LTE and HSPA+ support to the handset, not to mention the new operating system. We all want the latest Android 4.4.2 KitKat version and this is exactly what the new Tegra Note 7 LTE will soon offer us.
Tegra Note 7 LTE comes with the same ISP display that we are used from its predecessor, having a maximum resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels, but we must tell you that the addition of KitKat makes it even more enjoyable than before. In terms of power, the tablet houses a quad-core Tegra 4 CPU, while the internal storage is of only 16GB, but you can simply use the microSD slot and the problem will immediately solve. As for its camera, Tegra Note 7 LTE comes with a 5-megapixel resolution main camera, along with a secndary VGA front shooter, not to mention the 4100 mAh battery which is respectable enough.
Expected in the second quarter of this year
Are you thinking that this Note 7 LTE tablet must be yours? Then, you should know that it will first go on sale in the second quarter of this year in North America and Western Europe and later will also reach to UK, Korea, Japan, India, Brazil and China, but under the Evga name. And its price will be of no more than $299.