Verizon Releases A New Brand ‘Ellipsis’ – To Carry Affordable Devices
Verizon a major operator and carrier in the US has accidentally leaked its plans to launch a new series of products. Ellipsis is the moniker which is being given to some devices whose sole purpose is to be economical while providing good reliability and productivity.
‘Ellipsis’ New Brand by Verizon Launched to Carry Affordable Devices
The Ellipsis 7 is to be the first device bearing this new name, as the ‘7’ in the name says, the device will have a display of 7 inches of HD 720p resolution. Verizon only apps such as VZ navigator,Verizon Messages, My Verizon and Redbox Instant will also be provided while running on a Android 4.2 system. Since this is a cheap tablet, one can smell mediatek from a mile away, a quad core 1.2 GHZ processor will be used, most probably the MTK6589 which has been featured in a lot of devices and has proven its worth also.
The other specs include an average 4000mah battery coupled with 8 GB memory, however there is a SD card slot onboard through which memory is expandable. The ellipsis 7 will run on Verizon’s own 4G network.
Off contract the price of $250 is not very competitive considering the Nexus 7 2013 looms around closely. A similar tablet is also offered by Alcatel which goes by the name of One Touch Evo 7 HD. We hope to see more products by the name ellipsis, since this is a value for money brand, this will help lower prices of competitors to a comfortable level.