iBerry was among the first companies to introduce a batch of Android Ice Cream Sandwich-based tablets in India. We've been seeing a wave of affordable tablets entering the Indian market in recent times. Before launching the Auxus AX02, a 7-inch tablet running on the latest flavour of Android, the company had dished out the iBerry BT07i. The tablet, which ran on Android Gingerbread now gets a scoop of  Ice Cream Sandwich. All those who already own an iBerry BT07i can upgrade to Android 4.0 manually. Click here to follow the procedure.

Gets ICS update

Gets ICS update

This sub-8k tablet is powered by ARM Cortex A8 1 GHz processor, and the company hasn’t made a lot of changes to its UI, keeping it simple and straightforward. It serves as an entertainment hub with umpteen media support, and also packs in an array of connectivity options such as USB OTG and HDMI out, external 3G modem and Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g. It also supports Full HD 1080p. The tablet doesn’t look cheap and has a good build quality; however, it’s a tad heavy. If its bulky design is ignored,  then it is one of the more efficient tablets we’ve seen. 

Let’s take a quick look at some of its features:

  • 7-inch capacitive touchscreen
  • Android 4.0 ICS
  • 4G internal memory, expandable up to 32GB
  • Front facing VGA camera
  • HDMI, Wi-Fi, USB OTG, external 3G
  • 3600mAH battery
  • Weight – 376 grams
  • Dimensions – 190mm x 120mm x 8mm

We found the iBerry BT07i a pretty good pick, for the price. Click here to read the complete review. Now, with this upgrade, it can be considered as an option for those looking for an affordable ICS tablet. Some other sub-10k Android ICS tablets that are available in the market are Zync Z990 and Ainol Paladin Novo.

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