Review: Sico Tab3-Go

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Review: Sico Tab3-Go

Sico Tab 3 Go 3G is a budget tablet especially designed for those who wish to enjoy Android OS and the application without spending a fortune on it. Although there are many who go for premium tabs, but the number of people who do not wish to spend such exorbitant prices for the tablet. In this tablet, you get decent performance and fine features.

Sico Tab 3 Go 3G is about the size of Nexus 7. With a screen size of 7 inch, the tablet is not unnecessarily large and easily fits into the hands. The overall design is a blend of glass, metal and plastic. The front of the tab is made of glass and metal, whereas the back panel is made of plastic. The curved sides make the tab handy and also give it better looks.

Most of the ports are placed on the top of the tab, but the power button and the volume keys are on the side of the tab. As it is s 3G tablet, you can insert a SIM card and also make calls. However, the size of the tablet does not make it comfortable to place calls without a headphone.

When it comes to the screen, the tablet has a capacitive 7 inch screen with a resolution of 1024×600, which is not awesome, but still fairly good for a tab priced so reasonably. The colors are also not vibrant but good enough to play games and read ebooks or use applications.

On the OS front, Sico Tab3-Go runs on Android 4.4.4 Kitkat but is not upgradable as of now. It is powered by a 1.2 GHz processor which lets you use apps and play games with ease. 1 GB RAM is provided for multi-tasking and using various apps simultaneously. The tablet comes with 8GB of internal memory which can be used for carrying your favorite music, podcasts and videos on the go.

If you run short of memory, you can always upgrade it using the memory card. The 2 MP camera provided in the tablet is just a formality and is not of much use. There is also a 0.3 MP front camera which you can use for video calling through 3G and internet. As far as the connectivity options go, the tablet comes equipped with Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and accelerometer. NFC is not provided in the Sico Tab3 Go 3G. A 3000 MAh battery provides the required juice to the tablet which is able to offer decent standby time.

It is useless to expect miracles from this inexpensive tablet, however, it does not also disappoint. The maximum speed that it offers through 3G is HSPA+ which is fairly decent for tablet of this price bracket. The camera lacks a flash, so you can only use it in daylight where it can shoot normal quality pictures.

The battery is able to provide a standby time of 450 hours, which is also something not to complain about. Considering the price of the tablet, it offers some decent features and make for a good buy if budget tablet is what you are looking for.

Price: AED 250

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