Coby MID7065-8 Android Tablet Hands-on – Specs, Pricing, Availability

Coby has come up with several new Android tablets and devices once again, and these all are always decent and neat looking ones, with the affordable price range. One of the best in them is the 7-inch Android tablet named MID7065-8 has got some decent specifications and good looking design, and is a slight upgrade from the earlier versions which had a slower processor and the earlier version of the Android OS.

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The Coby MID7065-8 is a 7-inch Android tablet device with the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS installed in it, while the processor is a Cortex A9 dual-core one clocking speeds at 1.2GHz supported by 1GB of RAM for the better performance, and the capacitive touchscreen in the MID tablet is pretty responsive, and the graphics output is quite neat with the 1024 x 600 pixels screen resolution.

The MID7065-8 has a front facing VGA camera with the 0.3 megapixel quality, and this although doesn’t capture real good pictures the quality can be fine when you are trying to use Wi-Fi and Skype to make a video call with this camera. The tablet device has got an internal memory of 8GB, and this can be expanded to 32GB using the MicroSD card. The tablet has got the Mini-HDMI port for the HDMI connectivity with the larger screens and sending 1080p content to the larger screens like Television etc.

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This is not the very basic and entry level tablet, as the same is made up with pretty good sensors and stuff, and the interface is well filled already with the several pre-installed applications like the Accuweather, Cloudlink, Amazon Kindle eReader etc. And apart from that, the Google Play Store and the all the default Google based apps like Gmail, Google Talk, Google Maps, Search, Youtube and Google Chrome browser etc. were seen. There’s a small load of gaming apps too available in the MID7065-8 tablet, and these all were pretty much compatible with the Android ICS operating system available in it.

The connectivity is limited to Wi-Fi, Bluetooth etc. and there is no SIM card slot for the Data network connectivity. This would be priced in a very decent range and that would be a plus against several other Android tablets which cross the $200 price range although having almost the same stuff that this tablet device has got. This device is headed to launch somewhere around March 2013 or later, along with the big range of other tablets with different screen sizes, like the 8-inch, 10-inch and even smaller sized screens.