The everyday 3G tablet
Display, processor and OS
The Datawind Droidsurfer 3XG Plus tablet comes with a screen resolution of 600 x 1,024 and a pixel density of 170 ppi, which enhances its 7-inches LCD screen size aptly. The capacitive touchscreen supports multi touch that offers a smooth user experience. The tablet renders its power from a 1.2GHz dual-core processor and is well assisted by 1GB of RAM.
The software platform is managed by the 4.4.2 version of Android KitKat OS.
Camera and storage
The 3MP primary camera on the Datawind Droidsurfer 3XG Plus is capable of processing images with a resolution of up to 2,000 x 1,504 pixels. The 0.3MP front camera comes in handy when it comes to video calling. The tablet gives a good storage option as it boosts of an inbuilt internal storage of 8GB, which can be further expanded up to as much as 32GB.
Battery and connectivity
The Datawind Droidsurfer 3XG Plus gets its necessary fuel from a 2,600mAh li-polymer non-removable battery, which allows you to go through your daily tablet usage to an extent.
Apart from this, the dual SIM tablet offers a wide range of connectivity features, some of which includes 3G, voice calling, Wi-Fi 802.11, b/g/n, A-GPS, microUSB 2.0 and mobile hotspot.
Since its inception, Datawind, a Canadian device maker, has earned the epitaph of manufacturing low costs tablets. It further continues its legacy with Droidsurfer 3XG Plus, which offers a wide range of features, which includes 3G support and voice calling, at a very low and affordable cost. It's targeted audience includes people who are looking for a good Android tablet loaded with great features. The display resolution and battery does not count as being up to the mark. But keeping in mind the price at which it comes, nothing more can be asked for.
So, if you fall under its targeted audience, do give it a check.