Hisense Sero 7

Low-Budget Hisense 7 LE Tablet Is Going Through The FCC

September 6, 2014 - Written By Jamil Bryant

After the recent release of an 8 inch low-cost Android powered tablet by Hisense hit the market a month or so ago, the company plans to deliver some low-budget 7 inch tablets. As all new tech releases, devices must go through the FCC before they can be available for public release. Back in July, one of Hisense low-cost tablets went through the FCC which was the Hisense Sero 7+. Now according to new information that has popped up in the FCC database, an even more cheaper Android tablet will be unveiled called the Hisense Sero LE.

Running across low-budget Android tablets can be a real steal for many consumers that wish to be up to date with current technology. Although low-budget tablets aren’t as fast and efficient as flagship tablets, they still get the job done. Going into the specifications of these tablets, they both have 7 inch displays. The screen resolution 1024 x 600 which isn’t too bad. As with any low-budget tablet, these tablets lack in the memory and storage department. Found inside is just 1GB of RAM and 8GB of native storage. The processor inside is what you would expect to find in such a tablet with a Rockchip RK3926 dual-core processor that clocks in at 1GHz. If you’re looking for something with a little more speed, the Hisense 7+ has a the same processor but clocks in at 1.2GHz. So the difference isn’t much, but you got to look at i like this, its cheap.

Other features on the Hisense 7 LE are the essentials such as WiFi and a camera, but they are extremely low in quality. For instance, the camera is only 0.3MP! Thats very poor picture taking quality, images are more than likely a blur. An upside to this tablet is the microSD card slot which will certainly allow you to upgrade your storage since there is only 8GB. The 7 LE only has one speaker and the battery is just 300mAh. On the bright side it does weight 12 ounces and as you already know, is cheap. So since this tablet has hit the FCC, it shouldn’t be much longer before we see the tablet hit our local Walmarts.