German supermarket chain Aldi will sell a budget Android smartphone and tablet in Australia from Saturday, 13 July.
The 3G, quad-core Android tablet will sell for $249, while the 4in Android smartphone with dual-SIM capabilities will retail for $149.
Both the Bauhn WL-101GQC tablet and the Medion E4002 smartphone as "limited special buy" products.
The tablet is identical to the one that was advertised and sold as a limited run special back in May. It is the fourth Android tablet the supermarket has sold in Australia.
It has a 10.1in IPS display with a resolution of 1280x800, comes with 4GB of internal memory and has a 5-megapixel rear-facing camera.
Meanwhile, the Medion smartphone has a 4in touchscreen with a resolution of 800x480, is powered by a 1GHz dual-core processor and 512MB of RAM, and includes 4GB of internal memory.
Both Bauhn and Medion provide a one year warranty with the new Android tablet and smartphone, respectively.
Aldi says it will refund or replace any product within 60 days, provided it obtains a proof of purchase.
Hat tip: Ausdroid
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