Verizon Launched A New Tablet Ellipsis Lineup, Powered By Snapdragon 617 Processor, 3GB of RAM & HD Display

The tablet market is recently ruled by tech giant Apple with its iPad family of tablets. This is despite the slow growth of the tablets market over the past few of years, resulting in sluggish enhancements to hardware, including the display, camera, and processors. The snail-pace market growth and Apple's dominance, thus, do not seem to upset Verizon. While other companies that either manufacture or offer tablet are far from overrunning Apple, Verizon still appears fearless to carry on its Ellipsis line of tablets. Actually, Big Red has just released its next-generation of Ellipsis tablet called the Ellipsis 8 HD, two years after releasing its predecessor, the Ellipsis 8.

The Specs Features And Processors
8-inch Full HD (1920×1200) display. Powered with the aid of Qualcomm Snapdragon 6173GB of RAM. Also has expandable 16GB of inside storage. For the camera, 8MP for the rear and 5MP for the front. Under the hood is 5100mAh battery and runs Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow

The Price And Availability
It is unclear if the Ellipsis household of tablets has been performing properly in the market over the last few years. But with Verizon introducing a new member of that line, it is challenging to rule out the possibility that the product has been doing nicely enough. That being said, the Ellipsis 8 HD Android pill is now available to buy starting today for $249.99 or for $10.41 per month for 24 months on Verizon EDGE. The pill comes in Midnight Blue and Arctic Grey coloration options.

Readily handy in retail and on-line Verizon stores, the new Ellipsis 8 HD includes getting entry to Verizon's Tech Coach for two years. That's free and unlimited so users always have to get right of entry to Verizon's tech support, tips, and content. It's on hand with a valid Verizon carrier plan.

The Verizon Ellipsis eight HD doesn't appear all that bad. Sure, it's now not a flagship model by way of any means, however, it also doesn't have a flagship model's price. If you're in the market for a low-budget device that can do simple things like surf the web, browse on social media, reply to emails, and stream YouTube videos, this might be the right one for you. As a long way as software goes, the device runs Android 6.0.1.

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