Summary: The HP Slate 6 VoiceTab is a 6 inch phablet from the company, that is Rs.5000 more expensive than its equally spec'd, but larger version. After a few failed attempts at igniting a fire in the mobile segment, can the HP Slate 6 finally do it for HP? We find out.
Pros: Nice 720p screen, A neat design, Dual Sim is a plus
Cons: Just about average performance, The back panel is a little flimsy, Voice quality not that great
Summary: H P, the erstwhile market leader in PCs, has jumped back into the mobile race with an oddly pitched device. Two years after it shut down webOS, HP is testing waters again in the mobile segment with a couple of Android based phablets, the HP Slate 6 VoiceTab and HP Slate 7 VoiceTab . As the name suggests, HP isn’t ready to call them phablets, but rather, they want to pitch them as tablets capable of making calls .
Excerpt: HP is touting the Slate Voicetab 6 as a "voice-enabled" tablet to market the device to those looking for more than a smartphone. However, during our time with the device, it became clear that the Slate Voicetab 6 is really a phablet, offering little more than the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Sony Xperia Z Ultra , for example.
Excerpt: HP Slate 6 VoiceTab è un tablet economico caratterizzato da un corpo in policarbonato ma da un peso decisamente leggero, appena 160 grammi. Il dispositivo è provvisto, inoltre, di display touchscreen da 6 pollici con una risoluzione di 1280x800 pixel, quad-core ARM Cortex A7 da 1,2 Ghz, RAM da 1 GB, sistema operativo Android 4.2.2, connettività Wi-Fi, tecnologia Bluetooth 3.0, fotocamera posteriore da 5 megapixel, fotocamera frontale da 2 megapixel, memoria interna di 16...
Pros: Doppio slot per schede SIM, GPS, Flash LED, Pannello IPS, Wi-Fi e Bluetooth