T-Mobile’s cheapest 5G tablet has arrived with a respectable list of specs

T-Mobile’s cheapest 5G tablet has arrived with a respectable list of specs

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  • Enter the TCL Tab 10 5G, a fairly aptly named mid-range 10-inch Android slate capable of tapping into T-Mobile’s nation-leading 5G network at a price of only $299.99. Although not exactly dirt-cheap by entry-level 5G handset standards given that Magenta normally charges as little as $258 for the pen-wielding TCL Stylus 5G, for instance, the TCL Tab 10 5G is significantly more affordable than something like the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE 5G.

  • If you use the links on this page to make a purchase, we might receive a commission. The most affordable 5G tablet from T-Mobile has arrived, and its spec sheet isn’t too bad either. Affordable tablets that support the most recent cellular technologies are still hard to come by on US carriers, despite aggressive advertising by T-Mobile, Verizon, and AT&T as well as prepaid carriers like Boost Mobile and Metro by T-Mobile for cheaper and cheaper 5G smartphones over the past few years.

In fact (and in completely unsurprising fashion), this thing is by far T-Mo’s cheapest 5G-enabled tablet right now, even undercutting Apple’s 4G LTE-only iPad 10.2 (2021) while costing just 100 bucks more than Samsung’s own 4G LTE-limited Galaxy Tab A7 Lite. Rivaled by Verizon’s $299.99 Orbic Tab 8 5G in terms of affordability, the TCL Tab 10 5G is obviously larger, not to mention sharper, with its generous (by low-cost tablet standards) 10.1-inch display delivering a decent (by any standards) resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels.

The TCL Tab 10 5G will impressively include a fast 18W charger in its standard retail box when it launches on T-Mobile and Metro by T-Mobile this Friday, August 26, while running Android 12 on the software side of things, which is also pretty cool. The 4GB RAM count, 32 gigs of internal storage space, 8MP rear-facing camera, and 5MP selfie shooter are admittedly not so cool, but naturally, you can’t have it all at only three Benjamins.

Powered by a little-known octa-core MediaTek Kompanio 800T processor, the budget-friendly mid-ranger is definitely not a screamer, even though TCL boldly touts a “spectacular entertainment experience” as a key selling point. We don’t know about “spectacular”, but the aforementioned Full HD screen and a nice-sounding pair of speakers should be able to keep you relatively satisfied during your Netflix binge-watching sessions, which can go on for about as long as you want thanks to a hefty 8,000mAh battery.

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