Dell presents Venue 7 and Venue 8, the new Android running mid-range tablets
There is always something interesting going on in the buzzing mobile world. One of the companies that seemed to be quiet lately is Dell. The company has not released anything exciting for some time but now this is about to change with the announcement of two Android-powered slates. Dell has just presented the new additions to its tablets running on Android, Venue 7 and Venue 8. It is not the biggest mystery that the first slate will sport a 7-inches display while the bigger model will arrive with 8-inches screen.
A quick look through the specs of Dell Venue 7 reveals a great mid-range slate with 7-inches IPS screen and resolution of 800×1280 pixels. It will work with a dual-core CPU clocked at 1.6GHz and Intel Atom Clover Trail chipset and 2GB RAM on board. It will boast 16GB built-in storage and support for microSD cards. The operating system that will power the Venue 7 is Android 4.2.2. It will be equipped with a 3MP camera on the back and VGA front-facing shooter.
The Venue 8 arrives with 8-inches IPS screen with the same resolution of 800x1280p. Under the hood will work a bit fast processor ticking at 2.0GHz and 2GB RAM. It will come in two variants, with 32GB storage and 64GB. There is also a microSD card slot on board. Venue 8 will run on Android 4.2.2 and just like the smaller slate, it will have a 3MP primary shooter on the back.
The two new models will be available for sells on 18th of October via the official website of Dell. The price for Venue 7 will be $149.99. The 32GB variant of Venue 8 will cost $179.99. Both tablets will satisfy the needs of users, even though they don’t bring the high-end capabilities of the latest innovative models by other companies. The affordable price of Dell’s new tablets is a great advantage before the competition. Venue 7 and Venue 8 will be updated with Android 4.3 in the coming months.