Verizon’s LTE-enabled Ellipsis 7 tablet now official; To go on sale for $249.99 starting Nov 7

Just days after a leaked render of the device showed up online, US carrier Verizon has made the Ellipses 7 official!

The device will come with a 7-inch screen, true to its name, with an unknown resolution and 4G LTE connectivity on Verizon’s network. Priced $249.99 off-contract, Verizon will be offering a $100 discount for a limited period of time for those who opt for a 2 year contract. Not much is known of the device as yet, but it is speculated to feature a 1.2GHz quad-core processor and 8GB of ROM plus a microSD card slot. Word going around also suggests that it might feature a 4000mAh battery.

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From the render, you can easily make out dual-front speakers, front camera, and a few pre-installed apps including Amazon’s Kindle. Those interested thankfully don’t have to wait much longer, since the device will be made available starting Nov 7, i.e., tomorrow.

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