Wrapped off in mid-October last year, the Alcatel’s ICS-running OneTouch Evo7 slate has now officially been detailed by the company, thanks to the annual CES event. Packing a WSVGA resolution of 1024×600 pixels, the 7-inch tablet houses a 1GHz single-core chip, 1GB RAM, 4GB internal (expandable) storage, a VGA front-facer. The pricing yet has to be disclosed for Evo7.
Separately, there will be a Jelly Bean-running HD-version of the tablet, dubbed OneTouch Evo7 HD, which has a faster dual-core 1.6GHz processor, 1GB RAM, 4160 mAh battery, 3MP main shooter, and even higher WXGA resolution of 1280×800 pixels on the same 7-inch display. While other specs remain the same.
Interested parties can grab the device starting May for $180 for the WiFi version, $250 with a removable 3G module, or $350 with 4G.