We’ve seen so many Android 4.0 cheap tablets lately, that I really start to wonder why people are so excited when this OS arrives to their high end tablets, since they could just go out and buy a cheap tablet and experience ICS on it. One of the affordable models of this kind is the Yanbo V10, made by Shenzhen company Yanbo.
The device comes as a follow-up to the Wopad V10 and basically it adds some features to that older slate. The device is double colored and comes with a large capacitive display with a 1024 x 600 pixel resolution. It also incorporates a black colored front panel and a white rear panel, for a pretty classic appearance. Yanbo V10 is based on the VC880 solution (Cortex A8 core) and it runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
3G support, Bluetooth, GPS, HDMI and SIM card slot are all features of this device, as well as a TF card slot. Dual cameras and video chat are also included here people who saw the tablet say that it’s clear improvement compared to the Wopad V10. The price is sadly not known.