BenQ S6 3G Tablet Description
BenQ is a Taiwanese multinational company that has been trying to create a mark in the international mobile market for a decade now. A spun off venture from Acer, it has brand presence in over 100 countries worldwide, with offices in 5 regions across the globe. BenQ has primarily been a pioneer in mobile phones, including a series of clamshell phones and some bar phones. It also was one of the first brands to run the Windows Mobile as an operating system in its phones. It was acquired by Siemens in 2006 and has been steadily increasing market presence since then.
BenQ S6 3G tablet is part of BenQ’s range of tablets hitting the market. Running on Red Flag Midinux Linux OS, it supports a GSM network with 3G connectivity. The battery of the tablet is part of the overall set up and can’t be detached. BenQ S6 3G tablet has a 4.8-inch TFT display and has a display resolution of 480 x 800 pixels. Blessed with an inbuilt memory of 2GB, it has a lot of space for you to store your favorite applications, games, music, video and a lot more. In case the inbuilt memory is insufficient for you, it can always be added to using the external memory that supports a microSD card.
In spite of BenQ S6 3G Tablet supporting a GSM connection; it is not capable of sending short text messages. It however takes care of your e-mail needs by connecting to the Internet over the 3G network. Not only this, the device also can connect to the Internet using a Wi-Fi network as it supports Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g. This allows BenQ S6 3G tablet to connect with high speed over the Internet. Entertainment-wise, the tablet is quite adept. It can play music and videos effectively without any problem. The phone however doesn’t have an FM radio player. The device also lacks a loud speaker. So that is a problem in case you want to play music while doing your work.
Running on the HSDPA 3G network with an operating frequency of quad-band GSM 850 /900 /1800 /1900MHz, BenQ S6 3G Tablet doesn’t have a dual-SIM feature. Also, what it lacks is a camera. For a tablet running over 3G, BenQ S6 3G Tablet conspicuously lacks a camera, at both rear and front end. It also doesn’t have a GPS feature, infrared or an A2DP connection. One of the special features is the Social Networking Services provided on the tablet. It is a good buy if you are looking for a basic tablet to start off with.