Today HP announced that it will be launching two new tablets that feature cellular voice functionality. The new HP Slate6 VoiceTab and Slate7 VoiceTab are the companies first encroachment into the smartphone arena since it dumped the now LG owned webOS, which is now running in LG Smart TVs.
Each of the new VoiceTab models run Android 4.2, and are powered by unspecified quad-core processors which are most likely of Qualcomm origin. 16GB of on-board storage is present as is a microSD slot for expansion. Front and Rear cameras are HD compatible, and feature decent sensors for what should be good image quality. The Slate6 VoiceTab features a 6-inch 720p display while the Slate7 VoiceTab sports a 1280x800 display.
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