All three tablets share the same specs under the hood, which include a quad-core, 1.2 GHz CPU (with an 8-core GPU and 1080p video decoding), 2 GB of RAM, access to Google Play, dual cameras, and mini-HDMI and microSD card ports. They will also all run Android OS 4.1, aka Jelly Bean, and will all have high-def IPS displays, though of different sizes and resolutions.
The 80 Platinum is an 8-inch tablet with a 1024 x 768 resolution and is priced the lowest at $199. The 97 Platinum HD, meanwhile, is a 9.7-inch tablet with a 2048 x 1536 display, which is comparable to the iPad's Retina display. It is more affordable than the iPad, however, going for $299. And finally, there is the 116 Platinum, which has a unique screen size of 11.6 inches and features a 1920 x 1080 resolution. It is the most expensive of the three, priced at $349.
Though there aren't exact release dates for the three models, the 80 Platinum and 97 Platinum HD are both scheduled for a February release, while the 116 Platinum will be coming in April.
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