Affordable Verizon Ellipsis 7 LTE tablet launches on November 7
Verizon Wireless has officially introduced the Ellipsis 7, a new tablet that was first seen at the end of October.
Although Verizon doesn’t mention the tablet’s manufactures, it’s probably a Chinese company – since the device is an affordable one.
The Ellipsis 7 will be launches on November 7 (in two days from now), costing $249.99 and running an unspecified version of Android Jelly Bean.
There is no complete list of features for the Ellipsis 7, but Verizon has confirmed the following: 7 inch HD display, LTE connectivity, front-facing camera, Amazon Kindle app, Redbox Instant (so users can “watch their favorite movies when they are traveling, at the gym, or at home when someone else is using the TV”), and Verizon Messenger. There is also a camera on the back, which seems to have a 3MP sensor.
According to Verizon, the Ellipsis 7 is the first product from a whole new line of Ellipsis-branded devices (which are likely to be all tablets).
Via Press release