In early 2017, the Russian electronics manufacturer INOI released the INOI R7 phone, which has a specialty in the operating system. The phone does not have Android, but the Sailfish OS. Since then, INOI has released numerous Android phones, but neither the Sailfish OS devices have been abandoned by the company.
This year, the MWC trade show saw the company’s INOI T8 tablet, but little information has been gained and has not yet entered the market. The tablet will be sold at the Russian Buyon.ru store and the price is multiplied by 10 to 25 thousand rubles, ie between ₹10,000 and ₹13,000. The company’s first INOI R7 phone has paid 12 thousand rubles in Russia or ₹13,000. The new INOI T8 tablet is specifically targeted at companies, but the device is also available to ordinary consumers. The tablet is likely to be targeted only to companies because Sailfish OS is officially approved as the only mobile operating system for mobile equipment purchases by the Russian state and state-owned companies.
The INOI T8 is equipped with fairly media-core technology. It features an 8 inch 1920 x 1200 pixel display, a MediaTek quad-core MTK8735W system chip, and 2 GB of RAM. The internal storage space on the tablet is 16 or 32 gigabytes depending on the model.
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