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MTN Tablet Specials

I found the MTN specials for the month of May 2011 at

On page 2 they have the Samsung Galaxy Tab, Huawei S7 Slim and HTC Flyer.

Samsung Galaxy TabHuawei S7 SlimHTC Flyer
DisplayTFT capacitive touchscreen, 16M colorsTFT capacitive touchscreen, 256K colorsLCD capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
600x1024px 7"480x800px 7"600x1024px 7.0"
SoundStereo speakers & 3.5mm jackStereo speakers & 3.5mm jackStereo speakers & 3.5mm jack
Memory16/32Gb Storage, 512MB RAM32Gb storage, 1Gb RAM
WLANWi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Wi-Fi hotspotWi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Wi-Fi hotspotWi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Wi-Fi hotspot
Bluetoothv3.0 with A2DPv2.1 with A2DPv3.0 with A2DP
USBProprietary v2.0microUSB v2.0microUSB v2.0
Camera3.15MP & 1.3MP2MP5MP & 1.3MP
Video720x480 @30fps720p
Androidv2.2 Froyov2.2 Froyov2.4 Gingerbread
CPUARM Cortex A8 1GHz1.5GHz
Device PriceR5376R4296R7176
Included Data
- R1176- R1176- R1176
Included Airtime
- R2400- R2400- R2400
Effective device priceR1800R720R3600
Custom ROMCyanogen in development


  1. The HTC Flyer looks like a pretty sweet device.

  2. Would be interesting to see the quality of that Huawei tablet, I was quite impressed by their android phone red bull mobile is using.


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