We just shared with you about Polaroid launching a 7-inch Android tablet of its own called the Polaroid M7 and the company has also launched a 10-inch tablet with a quad-core processor called the Polaroid M10 for prospective buyers.
The M10 packs in a 10.1-inch IPS display with a screen resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels which might not sound great but is decent enough.
Though Polaroid claims that the M10 is powered by a quad-core processor, the company has not disclosed any information on the make and model of it clubbed with the amount of RAM that the tablet houses. Coming to the connectivity options, the M10 packs in Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and even HDMI-out option.
The M10 arrives with a 5 MP rear facing camera whereas a 2 MP camera on the front for video calls has been included in the tablet. The on-board storage is pegged at 16 GB and the tablet runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS out-of-the-box. All of this is powered by a hefty 7800 mAh battery.
And now coming to the most interesting thing about the Polaroid M10, the price tag. All of the above mentioned features are packed in for just $229 which is indeed impressive, when Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10.1 (Wi-Fi) arrives with the similar specifications for $449.
Polaroid aims at making the M10 available in Spring 2013 alongside the M7 for prospective buyers.