Since Encipher’s INYE 2 was announced, we’ve been waiting for its release date.
We have now confirmed that the second version of the Nigerian android-powered tablet would be unveiled at the G-Nigeria Day event on May 3-4, 2011. G-Nigeria is one of Google’s Africa-focused events to demonstrate Google’s tools for developers, academics and businesses.
INYE 2 is reportedly coming with some cool new features and specs, which include faster processor, upgradeable android 2.2, capacitive screen, slimmer design, internal SIM module, bluetooth, GPS and camera. But perhaps the coolest thing about INYE 2 is 3G data plans bundled for free for a period.
We hope to get a hands-on experience of the device and do a detailed review soon.
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