Verizon Ellipsis 7 to be a cheap LTE Android tablet?
It seems that Verizon is preparing the release of a new own-branded Android tablet called Ellipsis 7. An official-looking render of the tablet has been revealed by EVleaks today.
According to the render, the Ellipsis 7 has LTE connectivity, two front speakers, front-facing camera, and seemingly runs stock Android Jelly Bean. As the date visible on the tablet’s home screen suggests, the Ellipsis 7 might be launched on November 25.
There is no word on how much Verizon will ask for the new tablet. However, assuming it’s manufactured by a Chinese company (like ZTE), the Ellipsis 7 will probably going to be cheap. It looks kind of cheap anyway. Obviously, its display is a 7 inch one, but the resolution is unknown (HD maybe?).
At the moment, Verizon’s range of Android tablets includes the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 (both the 7 inch and 10 inch versions) and the Galaxy Note 10.1. All are slightly old(er) devices, so perhaps the arrival of the Ellipsis 7 will be welcome. Then again, perhaps not.