Both the tablets run on Android 4.4 KitKat. Venue 7 with 7-inch display is available for Rs 14,999. The Dell Venue 8 with 8-inch screen is available for Rs 18,999.

The Dell Venue 7 sports a 7-inch (1280x800) display, 16Gb internal storage (expandable via microSD card) and a 5-megapixel camera.

The Dell Venue 8 comes with a full HD (1920x1200) display, 1GB of RAM, 5-megapixel rear and 2-megapixel front cameras. It also comes with an internal storage of 16GB (expandable up to 64GB).

Dell eyes high-growth Indian tablet market with 'Venue'

Dell announced its first major launch with the introduction of 'Venue' line up of Android and Windows-based devices in India, one of its top 10 markets globally.

In September last year, founder of the US-based computer maker Michael Dell had announced the decision to make the firm private as it focussed on changing technology trends and emphasis on mobility and virtualisation.
The company, which is trying to make inroads in the Indian tablet market, has also add 40 exclusive Dell stores to expand its retail presence in the country.
"India is one of our top 10 markets and it was important that we bring our latest offering here. With our versatile range of tablets, we want to be a leading player in this market, which is witnessing strong growth," Dell India Executive Director and GM (Consumer and Small Business) P Krishnakumar had said.
According to CMR data, tablets sales in India grew nine percent to 12.04 lakh in the July-September 2013 quarter compared to 11 lakh units in the same period last year.