Review: Kobian Mercury mTab 7G

Kobian has launched the Mercury mTab 7G in India, adding one more 7-inch tablet to retail shelves, with a budget friendly price. Priced at Rs. 7,799, the pre-orders have kick started on the company’s official website. The release date is scheduled for May 25.

Kobian Mercury mTab 7G

Voice calling functionality is being offered by the Kobian mercury mTab 7G, akin to what we saw in other devices like Celkon CT 888, Videocon VT-75C and the like.

The device features a 7-inch capacitive touch screen, which is probably indicated by the digit ‘7’ in its moniker. Despite a big screen, it is only 10.8 mm thick and weighs just 300 grams. Pictures and videos can be viewed at a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels.

It comes powered by a 1.2 GHz Cortex A8 processor. The OS is Android Ice Cream Sandwich, which we think is a draw back as Jelly Bean-powered tablets are now available at low prices.

The internal memory capacity is 4GB, expandable via microSD up to 32 GB. That would satisfy your hunt for more memory space. The 2,400mAh battery loaded under the back panel and 512 MB of RAM attached to the CPU are other internal specs.

The company has promised to include all the apps possible. They would include the Kingsoft app that helps in working on presentations and documents, and Spuul, which manages streaming of content.


Though the OS is of the earlier generation, the device sounds good for a budget device.


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