The market is already filled with cheap Android tablets and PC makers are also throwing their hat into the mix to capitalize the trend. Dell has re-entered the Android market with two budget Android tablets targeted towards the low end of the market. These tablets are priced starting at $149.99, Dell also launched Windows 8 tablets that are more expensive than these cheap Android tablets.
Dell has launched Venue 7 and Venue 8 Android tablets, like the names suggest they are 7-inch and 8-inch tablets. There are not much differences between them except few changes. They are also priced closely at $150 for Venue-7 and $180 for Venue-8.
Both these tablets run on Android 4.2.2 and Dell says Android 4.4 update will come in the future. Both these run on Intel’s previous gen 2GHz Intel Atom Clover Tail Plus CPUs with 2GB of RAM. They both have 1280 x 800 pixels IPS display screens. They can give 10 hours of battery life according to official information. They both differ in screen sizes one is 7-inch and another 8-inch. Venue 7 comes with a 3MP rear camera and a front VGA camera, whereas Venue-8 comes with 5MP rear camera and a 2MP front camera.
Venue tablets will be available starting from October 18th.