HP announced two competitive phone tablets, the HP Slate6 VoiceTab and the HP Slate7 VoiceTab, which both features quad-core processors with IPS displays.
The quad-core SoC haven’t been mentioned, though it’ll still be significant knowing that it’s still four-cores working underneath, combined with 16GB flash storage, and 3G capability. Both also will have dual SIM module on board.
The IPS display for the 6-inch Slate 6 VoiceTab sports a 1280 x 720 resolution, while the Slate 7 VoiceTab has 1280 x 800. Both slates also have two cameras, with 5MP and 2MP on the rear and front, respectively.
Design-wise, the new VoiceTabs have a pixelated-effect on the scratch-resistant carbon fiber back cover. The 6-inch voice tab has a slimmer profile at 8.98mm thin than the 7-inch with 9.5mm. The stereo speakers are also positioned front-firing to exhibit better sound movement and precision.
Out of the box, the HP Slate VoiceTabs will run on 4.2 Jelly Bean. It will start selling at India by February this year, though pricing and possible global roll-out is yet to be announced.