Thursday, July 12, 2012

Hyundai to sell tablets in the Russian market

Hyundai is all set to start tablet production under its brand name in the Russian market, with sales projected to start from autumn this year.

Hyundai IT administrator stated that they are preparing to start sales at the Russian market [in September]. He mentioned that they have signed the first distribution agreement with Tekhnotreid firm last week and are looking for other distributors now.

Hyundai will offer three tablet models, including one7-inch, one with 9.7-inch screen and the other tab with 10.1-inch screen functioning on the Android 4.0 Android Ice Cream Sandwich mobile operating system.

As per reports each and every tablet model will boast 1GB RAM and 8GB on board memory, and will back up Wi-Fi as well as Bluetooth for connectivity.

Hyundai is eyeing to manufactur e the initial batches of tablets in the Chinese market until October this year and then re-position its plants to the Russian market.

If sales hit 200,000 tabs during the primary year, the South Korean firm may set up a facility in Russia, a source near to Hyundai IT stated.

Ryabinin added up that it would be tricky for the company to obtain a major share of the tab market because of sturdy rivalry from other makers, adding that tabs could price from 7,000 rubles ($213.22) to 12,000 rubles ($365.52).

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