18 May '11
United communication operator Rostelecom and mobile operator Skylink have presented a tablet computer supporting the Russian global positioning system GLONASS and GPS, website Mobiset.ru reports.
The new computer reportedly uses Android 2.2 operation systems.
The computer is equipped with the seven-inches display with screen resolution of 1024X600 DPI, Qualcomm MDM 6600 chipset with ARM Cortex-A8 processor, 512 MByte RAM, 3.2 MP camera, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, HDMI and USB-ports, GPS/GLONASS receiver and other features.
The new device is scheduled to be available in retail shops in Q4 2011 at the price of around $500m.