The cheapest Android tablet right now comes with half-terabyte storage


Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. is a Chinese multinational technology company. It provides telecommunications equipment and sells consumer electronics, smartphones and is headquartered in Shenzhen, Guangdong.

About the latest version

Priced at $76.99 (£64.04/AU$121.11) with free shipping worldwide, this is about the size of Huawei’s MediaPad T5. It has a 10.1-inch display (likely an IPS model), with a rarely-encountered resolution: 1960 x 1080 px.

The rest of the specification is as equally strange as the price point. The tablet is powered by a four-core CPU (the Mediatek MT6582) that was launched nearly eight years ago and comes with a Mali-400MP2 GPU.

Yet, it runs Android 9.0 with 8GB of RAM and 512GB of storage capacity, and wireless connectivity is provided by Bluetooth 4.1 and 802.11n (no AC at this price). It also features two camera sensors, 8-megapixel and 13-megapixel models (likely to be interpolated), with a flash.

Available in pink, black, gold or silver, the tablet has narrow bezels on the sides with thicker ones on the top and bottom.

Other than an 8800mAh battery, a pair of tiny speakers, a micro-USB slot, a microSD card slot, and a headphone jack, there’s precious little else to report on. Overall, this is a tablet that will be useful for a wide range of scenarios, whether you want to use it as a POS tablet or to entertain your children.

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The HUAWEI’s Mediapad t5 this year it comes with a storage of about half a terabyte of storage which is 250GB, what makes it more unique is at which the price it is sold.

That makes it more affordable for those who can’t afford iPads and Samsung tablets. Huawei’s move is we can say not the best move but crucial for lower financial status people.