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    Reliance 3G Tab: Exclusive Test Lab Preview

    The recently launched and much publicized Reliance 3G Tab has made its way to our test labs, while we dig deep into it for a detailed review, we are ready with our initial impressions and some exclusive images.
    Initial Impressions:
    Build quality is quite acceptable, the device feels reasonably solid and the finish does not feel cheap or typically low-cost.
    While itís not as slim as an iPad 2, the Reliance 3G Tab is identical in dimensions as the Samsung Galaxy Tab (very first 7-inch version); itís not overly chunky or heavy.
    The 7-inch capacitive screen is largely accurate in response, though there are occasional freezes and stutters. Colours appear washed out and contrast isnít a strong point of this tablet.
    Gingerbread performance is average for most part, it can be compared to the LG Optimus P500 running on Gingerbread. Overall, the lag is not frustrating but does not go unnoticed either.
    The battery charging seems pretty fast, 10 minutes of charging pushed the battery level to 9% from a completely discharged unit.
    We ran couple of initial benchmarks, the Reliance 3G Tab logged a score of 950 points on the Quadrant Standard benchmark
    The camera quality is rubbish, enough said.
    With Bharti Airtel launching the Rs 9,999 Android tablet under the "Beetel" umbrella, the budget/value tablet space seems to be finally seeing the light of the day, expect lot more announcements soon.

    In the meanwhile, read on for an up close and personal look at the Reliance 3G Tab::

    The 3G Tab Box, for those who are looking for the complete picture

    The top edge accommodates the speaker grill and the headphone jack.

    The back has a smooth silver finish with the Reliance branding.

    Reliance 3G Tab vs iPad 2 size comparison, while the iPad 2 cannot be compared to the Reliance 3G Tab, both are completely different products for different buyer segments, we couldnít help bringing the iPad 2 in the picture, when it comes to tablets, the iPad 2 somehow does manage to get a mention

    Opening the 3G Tab wasn't a struggle at all, a groove at the corner is thoughtfully provided for easy removal of the back cover.

    Apart from the regular apps, you get Reliance TV and couple of more RWorld apps.

    The Reliance 3G Tab running Google Android 2.3.4 (Gingerbread)

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