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Meet the world’s largest Android smartphone on the market

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 currently holds the title of "biggest voice-capable tablet". In theory, all Android-based devices can make phone calls via VoIP services like Rebtel or Skype. We managed to source an even bigger voice-enabled tablet than the 8in Galaxy Note.

The tablet with no name is sold on eBay by Laida-Au for £86 including delivery and 86 Nectar points. Note that the seller is located outside the UK which may mean that you could incur an additional 20 per cent VAT charge. At this cost though, you wouldn't expect a Galaxy-note beating candidate.

The device runs on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich with a single-core Mediatek MTK6515 SoC powering it. This is a Cortex-A9 based model which is clocked at 1GHz. There's also 512MB of RAM, 4GB onboard storage, a microSD card slot, a 9in display with a 800 x 480 pixel resolution, front and rear-facing cameras, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, a microUSB port, a 2,400mAh battery but sadly enough no HDMI here.

As for the voice capabilities, the tablet comes with a SIM slot that delivers GSM functionality (i.e. 2G). You won't be able to get data through it and you won't be able to use Three network SIM cards.

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Desire worked at ITProPortal right at the beginning and was instrumental in turning it into the leading publication we all know and love today. He then moved on to be the Editor of TechRadarPro - a position he still holds - and has recently been reunited with ITProPortal since Future Publishing's acquisition of Net Communities.