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Beetel Magiq 3G Tablet vs Reliance 3G Android Tablet

More than a year and we are still awaiting the launch of Sakshat Tablet PC/laptop from the Indian government. Infact to look at, many providers most private have jumped in and announced their tablet versions which might not be costing $ 100 but something in the near range when compared with premium tablets like Apple iPad, Samsung Galaxy Tab and Motorola Xoom.

India’s two leading network provider Reliance and Beetel has launched their tablets into the market and they have launched their tablets in India. So we have compared Reliance 3G tablet and Beetel Magiq 3G tablet on the basis of what they have on the paper.

Reliance 3G Tablet Front ViewReliance 3G Android Tablet

The Reliance 3G tablet is an Android based tablet which runs the Android Gingerbread 2.3 operating system. The firmware can be update with the latest firmware release by Google Android. Coming to the screen, it has 7 inches LCD WVGA capacitive touch screen display with multi-touch support. The screen is capable of displaying 800 x 480 resolutions. It boards an 800 MHz processor, good enough to support speed operation.

Apart from that one would expect a camera and it has 2 mega pixel camera on the rear side and a VGA camera on the front for video calls. Through Lithium ion 3400 mAh battery it can last for a day operation and it’s quite good when it comes to tablets backup.

It supports various audio formats like AAC, AAC+, AMR/AMR-NB, MP3 MIDI, Ogg PCM/WAV and MP4, H.263, H.264 video formats. One would be happy to see BMP, PNG and JPEG image format too supported by this tablet. It includes 4 GB of expandable memory through micro SD card and the microSD card can be expandable up to 32 GB in memory.

Along with that other important features supported by this tablet are video recorder, Wi-Fi Hot spot, Blue tooth Voice calling, GPS, FM Radio, Alarm, speaker phone, Mobile TV, SMS, MMS. It also includes the call in feature like Mute in call, Speed Dial, Switch to Bluetooth device & 3 way calling.

The tablet weights 389 grams and it’s priced at Rs 12999.

beetel magiq android tabletBeetel Magiq 3G Tablet

Beetel, a part of Bharti Group (Airtel) has launched Beetel Magiq tablet in India. It’s a 3G Android tablet which runs the Android 2.2 Froyo operating system. It has got impressive 7 inches resistive touchscreen with 800 x 400 pixel resolutions. To power this tablet it has got 1 GHz Qualcomm processor which enables high-speed processing.

As most of the users wants it includes 2 mega pixel camera with HD video recording and also includes a VGA camera for 3G video calls and video chat. It comes with 8 GB internal memory storage and also includes micro SD card slot where you can insert memory card up to 16 GB in support.

2200 mAh battery offers excellent battery life to make it useful for the day’s activity and mix of video calls, music playback, browsing and chatting.  The Beetel Magiq tablet beats the Reliance Tab in terms pricing where it’s priced at Rs 8990.

Here is the important feature comparison table for both of the tablets –

Beetel Magiq 3G Tablet Reliance 3G Android Tablet
Android 2.2 Froyo OS Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS
Resistive multi-touch screen, 7 inch LCD display screen Capacitive multi-touch screen, 7 inch TFT-LCD WVGA screen
1 GHz processor 800 MHz processor
Back: 2 megapixel Front: VGA Back: 2 megapixel Front: VGA
Up to 9 hours Up to 9 hours ( 300 hrs stand by time )*
800 X 480 pixels 800 X 480 pixels
2200mAH battery, Li-On 3400mAH battery, Li-On
8 GB internal memory, 16 GB expandable Supports Micro SD card up to 32GB (4GB Micro SD Card offered Free)
AAC, AAC+, AMR/AMR-NB, MP3 MIDI AAC, AAC+, AMR/AMR-NB, MP3 MIDI, Ogg PCM/WAV
Priced at Rs 8990 Priced at Rs 12999

Beetel Magiq and Reliance 3G both have mostly the same specifications, features but the real difference comes is in the price of both the tablets.

Let us know what’s your input on these Indian manufactured affordable tablets? Would you go with it or not and why?

23 Comments

23 Comments

  1. deepak

    January 13, 2012 at 1:24 pm

    hello guys, i m new here..did anyone buy beetel magiq…in my opinion resistive screens are good for taking hand written notes (with basic plastic stylus)…capacitive doesnt allow this…it needs digitizer pen (such as htc hflyer or galaxy note, but expensive)…i would be buying beetel soon…more over iit’s size allows you to put it in pant pocket or jeans pocket nd quite handy to make calls as well

  2. deepak

    January 13, 2012 at 1:11 pm

    hello guys I m new here…did any one of buy beetel magiq?….as per my research, 1 advantage with resistive screen is you can take hand written notes (with a stylus or finger nails)…this isnt possible with capacitive screens (unlike galaxy note, htc flyer etc)

  3. asif

    October 12, 2011 at 11:00 am

    I bought a reliance 3G tab recently. It is working great. I have read many reviews on the net about this tab before purchasing it,
    and what i have found later is it doesnt support VIDEO CALLING as many reviews stating it does support. U can use the 3G feature only for fast browsing.The main advantage of 3G which is Video calling is missing. this is major draw back of the product.I have called the Customer care of the both Reliance and ZTE. both of them agreed that it doesnt support video calling.

    • Yogesh Patel

      October 13, 2011 at 9:42 am

      Thanks for a brief note here on the product that you have purchased.

  4. alkesh

    August 30, 2011 at 10:01 pm

    Dont go for beetel the screen is resistive while reliance is capacitive and that is the major diff. why to pay for old techonolgy when u r getting new one in very less diff. I m using reliance 3 g tab. it is awesome & the package what they are giving is also wonderful. + in reliance you are not required to pay for data while watching tv else all other operators are charging. So again you save a lot of money.

    • Amit Bhawani

      August 30, 2011 at 10:34 pm

      Interesting advice. Where did you buy your Reliance 3G Tab and for how much? Overall how much satisfied are you with it?

      • alkesh

        September 6, 2011 at 11:11 am

        It is very much satisfactory.it costs me Rs.12000/- + 1 year dis. subscription by reliance on 3g

    • kuldeep

      September 4, 2011 at 4:06 pm

      Alkesh i’m going to buy reliance 3g tab. But wanna kill my some questions so u plz help me…….u jst missed call on my no.-8755000183. I hope u will happy to help me.

      • alkesh

        September 6, 2011 at 11:13 am

        Please put your query here. Sorry i cant give my cell no. dont mind some personal reasons. But sure try to help you in your questions…

    • Saurabh

      September 5, 2011 at 9:00 pm

      Hi mate I live in UK and don’t have so much of exposure to swedesi brands here so wonder If you may please help me with my few questions.

      I would love to buy a swedesi brand for my family. My Email is de.foru@gmail.com, Many Thanks in advance.

      • alkesh

        September 6, 2011 at 11:15 am

        Hi as i already mentioned if you want to go for tab. Than dont think & go for reliance tab bcus the price & data pack which they are providing is very reasonable as compared in market.

        • sanchita

          September 28, 2011 at 1:02 pm

          is it really good? plz suggest from where can i buy it and will i get any disc. m from delhi. i will use it as diwali gift for my newly wed bhaiya bhabhi.

          • NeaL Pradeep

            September 28, 2011 at 2:03 pm

            yes, but we would recommend you to have a hands on experience before buying these tablets!

        • misson

          October 9, 2011 at 10:32 am

          hey frnd help me choose one of the three tabs MERCURY/BEETEL/RELIANCE,where i`ll get these?And is the RELIANCE TAB a CDMA TAB?My contact-9734931833;email-missonpodder09@gmail.com

          • Yogesh Patel

            October 10, 2011 at 10:35 am

            Its better you visit an electronic store and compare them with the demo model. On paper beetel maqiq looks good.

  5. SK SRIVASTAVA

    August 30, 2011 at 8:07 am

    I like beetel magic with features on this price.I want to purchase.

    • Yogesh Patel

      August 30, 2011 at 11:36 am

      Good to hear that you like it. Do let us know your review once you purchase it.

  6. Mukesh THAKKAR

    August 30, 2011 at 6:59 am

    There is no comare. Rel – have far better technology . Just for more 3000/.RS is worth.2.3 Ginger bread is only made for tab.if any one to know more pl welcome. Mk

  7. Sushil

    August 30, 2011 at 6:55 am

    Richa there is hell lot of difference between the branded high priced tablet from samsung, motorola and apple and these tablet. They are really class apart although costly. Now these tablet launched by reliance and airtel are cheap made in china product bought by these company at around 60 to 80 $ and selling in india at more than 200$. Wait and watch a as mercury launched its tablet at 9499Rs yesterday and is better than both these tablets. You can also visit lacs.co.in for more options on affordable android tablets as this company has product ranging from 99$-799$ which comes with dual boot that is both android and windows 7

    • richa

      August 31, 2011 at 11:58 am

      Sushil, i totally understand that the higher segment tablets are bit better from the Reliance 3G tab but have u experienced the Reliance Tab? i Have. I works almost like Apple, Samsung etc. Camera though i will say is not very great but then its a phone+a tablet and most imp has an android upgraded version. Its a very gud option if anyone is looking for a phone in the Range of Rs 13k. Why waste on an android ph when u get a tablet in the same price and that too 3G enabled.

      At least ill like flaunting a tablet. U must try ur hands at the Reliance 3G tab

      And regarding the price arent u paying a very high price for the Apples and The samsungs tablets??? arent they foreign made??? brand name ke upar hum thousands extra pay kr sakte hai, Unki custom duties, taxes vagera hum extra pay krte hai.. so y not try an Indian brand dis time???

      • Yogesh Patel

        August 31, 2011 at 3:17 pm

        Yups. You can instead buy 3 Reliance tablet at a price of one Samsung Galaxy Tab in India:P

        • richa

          September 1, 2011 at 12:28 pm

          And they are coming with a one year warranty. Ab isse zada atleast i cant expect in 12,999/- for a tablet.

  8. richa

    August 29, 2011 at 12:35 pm

    Ive been following the Reliance 3G tab as i find its a good option as it comes bundled with 3G services. Otherwise a tablet itself costs 23k or above and here we get a tablet as well as services at just around 16 or 18k approx. I found a review about it. Just thought of sharing- thinkdigit.com/Mobiles-PDAs/Reliance-3G-Tab–A-VFM-3G_7386.html

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