HP Returns to The Smartphone Market with The 6 Slate and Slate 7… at The Moment Only in The India

Last weekend we did echo of rumors indicating the possibility of HP to submit their new Android phones throughout this week, something that today seems to confirm definitively, although with nuances.
Ron Coughlin, Vice President of the division of personal computers of the firm, has confirmed that Hewlett-Packard will announce today at last returning to the smartphone market, and that it will do so as he had been rumored with two great Bill phones that arrive at the moment only in the India: the HP Slate 6 and HP Slate 7.
As he says Coughlin, HP has seen a need that can be covered in the India, and for them it is very important to take the opportunity of entering an emerging market where there are needs that cover and where the market is not excessively beaten.
The two terminals, which we will know more in detail very soon, the front will attractive designs and front, in addition to double 5 megapixel camera with LED the main flash and speakers 2-megapixel.
Both also mounted IPS panels 6 and 7 inch respectively, in the case of the Slate 6 remain at HD 720 resolution and 7 Slate are going a little further up to 1,280 x 800 pixels.
Android 4.2 Jelly Bean will be present to give life to the two phablets of HP, and an unknown chipset with quad-core processor It will make often heart, accompanied by an expandable internal memory of 16 or 32 GB depending on the version. The amount of RAM is not indicated.
Not know specific prices, but that the two smartphones, HP Slate, although the 7 inch model out of the category phablet, they will be available in the India in the month of February.
Well seems that HP will use the Indian market as field testing before embarking on the main international markets, as some recent studies done by the firm indicate that emerging countries senior have a very high growth in sales of phablets.
When HP released the information, we will bring you the usual tab with details. Well will I leave the bet of the American firm?