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Zigo Mobile operated by the UAE free zone company Serendib Ventures, has brought the latest smart phone technology to its customer’s fingertips with the launch of Nebula 6.9 Tab, a revolutionised one-piece mobile personal computer at an unbelievable affordable price.
Creating seamless communication and connectivity, the seven inch multi touch screen tablet has been designed with Android ICS 4.0 software and 1Ghz, Dual Core processor with a media tech chip set.
For just Rs. 22,900, Nebula 6.9 provides a 512 MB RAM internal storage and a 2 GB internal memory, sleek, and ultra receptive to touch. Designed to capture life’s fleeting moments with just a tap, the tab is equipped with a dual camera a 3 MP camera at the back and a 1.3 MP, 3G camera.
Enabling customers to soar through the internet, the tablet is equipped with WCDMA 3G and Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n; with Bluetooth capabilities and 3G video calls ideal for Skype conversations on the go. The battery power is 3000mAh.
For those who are among the first to grab the superb deal this festive season, an Airtel Sim and a leather pouch worth Rs. 10,800 will be gifted.
Serbdib Ventures is engaged in multiple diverse industries namely innovative mobile phones, ICT and telecommunication solutions, value added mobile applications and green energy lighting solutions. Committing themselves to the Asian Region, in particular in the South Asian Region for growth and development, Serendib Ventura commenced operations in Sri Lanka in 2012. The brand is endorsed by veteran cricketer and former skipper T.M. Dilshan.Under Zigo Mobile, a range of other products are also offered ranging from mobile phones, smartphone to tablets which have become very popular among the growing local mobile phone consumer base.
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