HP Slate 6 Voice Tab, quad-core, dual SIM, HD phone could cost only $200

HP has been the subject of rumour for over a month now, with talk of it unveiling a 6-inch phone soon. Now a picture has leaked of what's claimed to be the HP Slate 6 Voice Tab.

The below photo, sent to Phone Arena by a tipster, is poor quality but clearly shows an HP handset at least 6-inches in size. The tipster claims this Slate 6 will have a quad-core processor, 1280 x 720 resolution display, feature dual SIM network support, run Android, and will cost around $200.

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An HP Slate 6 Voice Tab has already appeared on Bluetooth certification and graphics benchmark databases so it's likely this is coming soon. And with lots of manufacturers offering larger budget handsets, or at least rumoured to be doing so, this seems a likely offering from HP.

READ: Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo: 5-inch budget Android for 299 euro leaks

The above photo is of the HP headquarters, as the photo from the Tipster was such poor quality. See for yourself.

Expect to see the HP Slate 6 Voice Tab unveiled at MWC in February.



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