Celkon has launched a quad core powered tablet called the Celkon CT111. This tablet sports a 7 inch screen and is running KitKat (outdated Android) out of the box. CT111 is a WiFi tablet priced at ₹2,999.

Celkon CT111 is using an quad core processor (chipset unknown) clocked at a1.3GHz. As mentioned this is a tablet that sports a 7 inch capacitive touch screen supporting 800 x 480 pixels resolution. It is running outdated Android KitKat.

RAM and internal storage details are not mentioned but looking at the specs it could well be on a lower side i.e. 512MB RAM and 4GB ROM. This tablet also comes with a 2MP fixed focus camera packed on the front and a fixed focus camera of 2MP resolution on the rear without flash support.

Celkon CT111 quad core tablet launched

Additional features are WiFi and Bluetooth 4. Users can use 3G using supported Dongle via micro USB port. A 2500 mAh battery powers up this tablet.

Celkon CT111 will be available soon for ₹2,999.

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  1. Any idea when mi pad 2 is launching in India?

    I could purchase Mi Band yesterday. It was available via mi.com/in site.

    1. MI is such a disappointment in India they won’t launch any new products in our India where it would take atleast 1 yr or more,so it’s up to you whether or not to wait.

  2. Humble request to all indian companies. Please don’t make India the official dumping ground of chinese electronic waste

  3. better to buy lenovo tab2 a7 10 for4,500-1 GB ram,1.3 GHz 4 core mtk,3450 mah battery (6-8 hrs),lollipop,