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Both devices are powered by Qualcomm‘s Snapdragon 200 SoCs clocked at 1.2GHz. 512MB RAM and 4GB storage are also present on both devices, while the MTN Steppa Tablet benefits from a larger 1024×600 7″ screen.
The Tablet also boasts a 5MP snapper at the rear, with a rather interesting colour scheme of a fake silver-plated rear and white plastic.
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The MTN Steppa 2 on the other hand features a 4″ screen, 5MP camera at the rear and a 1500mAh battery. Our review unit was a sleek black number.
Keen to see what MTN has in store for budget smartphone and tablet buyers? Have a look at the unboxing below.