Telstra the known network provider in Australia is pushing hard over the last few years to contribute toward innovative T-Gadgets like T-Box, T-media player, T-touch tablet and T-Hub home. Earlier launch of T-Box with T-Touch Tab and T-hub phone were of no interest but just dependent on the basic work outs. Due to its little surprising features it was scrapped after a year and now Telstra has added Android power to T-Hub so that it can be interesting.
Dubbed as T-Hub 2, it has gone through a complete overhaul and features enhancements. Basically the tablet included with it has gone through several enhancements. As we see Google’s Android platform is everywhere, the new T-Hub 2 tablet is powered with Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system. Don’t worry as Android 2.3 is designed for smart phones, Telstra says that they will provide an OTA update very soon so that it can be directly upgraded to Android 4.0 a platform designed for both smart phones and tablet PCs. This is with 7 inches display screen and it’s powered with 1 Ghz Ti OMAP processor.
Consumers with this would be able to access the Android Play Store by which they can download apps to the tablet and also make use of the hands- free phone calls directly on their tablet even though T-hub 2 is bundled with a cordless phone handset as well. It also includes media sharing app called Telstra Share which is used to stream media from tablet to the DLNA compatible devices around your home. This tablet includes 2 GB of memory for storing various apps and files. This tablet includes a micro SD card slot for expanding the storage further to pump in more memory.
Telstra has also provided option for the existing T-Hub owners for the newer models at half price and this comes with BigPond broadband account bundled for AU $ 15 per month. This product is available in stores from July 17.