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2012 is turning out to be a pretty good year for consumers looking to buy a 7-Inch Android Tablet. Better processors, thinner and lighter devices, sharper screens and faster GPUs are now being featured in a host of new 7-Inch Tablet devices coming out this year from Samsung, Newsmy, Velocity Micro, and many others.
Manufacturers are banking that the wholesale 7 Inch Tablet PC will catch on due to its greater mobility and lower price. They are probably right this time. The success of the Kindle Fire is quickly transforming the 7-Inch Tablet form into its own distinct segment, competing with each other for market share rather than competing with Apple as “iPad Juniors.”
Android Making Significant Tablet Headway
A number of the new 7-Inch Tablets coming out this year include the more stable Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system, and other tablet makers are promising upgrades to the new OS soon. Newsmy has been developed specifically to close the gap between Android wholesale smartphones and tablets.
Although it remains highly fragmented, Android is finally starting to make significant headway in the tablet market. Strategy Analytics recently reported that Android had captured 39% share of global tablets shipped in the 4th quarter of last year – a rise of 10 percentage points over 2010. If Android can do this again, then it will be running neck-to-neck with the iPad.
Price Is Key
The success of the Kindle Fire, not to mention the lines of people wrapped around city blocks last year for a chance to buy discontinued HP Touchpads at fire sale prices, clearly demonstrated that price is key. Android Tablet makers have gotten the message. Prices for many smaller Android Tablets are hundreds of dollars cheaper than the current entry-level IPad. And some new 7-Inch Tablets sold with data plans are even cheaper than the Kindle Fire and have more high-end features than Amazon’s tablet.
Newsmy wholesale Dual-core Tablet PC features a dual-core 1.2GHz Snapdragon processor and 1GB of RAM. It runs on Android Honeycomb, has a 1280 x 800 capacitive touch screen display, Bluetooth and GPS antennas. It also features stereo speakers as well as dual cameras — 5MP rear and 2MP front-facing — plus 16GB of storage and a MicroSD slot.
Thin, Light, Palm-Friendly
Next to price, portability appears to be the second major selling point for 7-Inch Tablets. Tablets are inherently all about portability, and the 7-inch form can be comfortably held in one hand, leaving the other hand available for scrolling and tapping — a good choice for travelers and readers, for surfing the web, playing games, checking email.

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