The Polaroid L7 is a 7-inch tablet, while the L10 is, of course, a 10-inch one. Both have simple designs, run Android 5.0 Lollipop (near stock, as far as we can see), and are powered by what Polaroid is calling “super-fast” quad-core processors. The maker of these processors isn’t known, but we suspect it’s not Qualcomm.
While they don’t offer cellular connectivity, the L7 and L10 have Wi-Fi, in addition to Bluetooth. Furthermore, the slates feature rear and front-facing cameras, plus front-mounted speakers, and “extended battery life.” There’s no word on the display resolution, the amount of RAM, or the internal memory that the L7 and L10 are offering.
The Polaroid L7 will cost $99, while the larger Polaroid L10 is going to be available for $50 more: $149. Anyone interested?