Korean manufacturer Enspert today launched an Android tablet dubbed as Identity Cron in the country. The tablet is a successor to its first tablet Indentity Tab, which was launched last year on KT.
Identity Cron will also sell on KT for an expected price of 500,000 won ($451). Its Wi-Fi model will go on sale late this month and its Wibro model will hit store shelves in April.
“Identity Tab sold 65,000 units and we are quite satisfied with the results,” said Daniel Lee, the company’s president. “We created Identity Cron by incorporating feedback from various experts concerning the Identity Tab.”
Identity Cron features Android 2.2 “FroYo”, 7 inch display, DMB technology, which allows users to watch DMB content, and streaming content as well as Internet-protocol television (IPTV) and video-on-demand (VOD).