Asia Bizz: Indian tablet users have been waiting to get their hands on the much awaited Ice Cream Sandwich and much to their delight, Hong Kong-based electronics manufacturer, iBerry, has recently set up shop in Chennai in the state of Tamil Nadu, India and is all set to launch the first Android 4.0 based tablet.
iBerry might just introduce the first Ice Cream Sandwich tablet in the country while the other existing tablets have already got the ICS.
Till now, no information about the new tablet has been leaked out, but it is just known that the tablet will be called Auxus AX02, which will run on the new ICS.
At present, the company has two products available that run on Gingerbread. Some of the features of the upcoming AX02 include a 7-inch capacitive touch screen, HDMI-out and is also expected to have a dual core CPU. With certain unofficial images on the internet, it seems that it features a front facing camera and a physical home button. Google does not usually practice to have physical buttons, but this might be removed when the tablet is actually launched.
iBerry has claimed that it will be launching India’s first ICS based tablet.