Best Tablets Under Rs.10,000 (January 2020)

by | Jan 7, 2020

As the smartphones got bigger and better, with slim bezels and the new 18:9 aspect ratio, the significance of tablets dropped considerably and the tablet market faced a slump.

Companies stopped introducing new models in the market and instead opted to strengthen their smartphone lineup.

But there is still a niche market for tablets in India and this article is targeted specifically for those audiences.

We have scoured the interwebs hard for the best tablets under Rs.10,000 and here are the ones that we think deserve a mention.

Best Tablets Under Rs.10,000

1. Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0Overall best pick
2. Alcatel 3T8Runner-Up Pick
3. Lava Magnum-XLValue for Money Tablet
4. iBall AvidFeature Rich Android Tablet
5. Alcatel A3 10Best for Media Consumption
6. Lenovo Tab 4Best Budget Android Tablet
7. iBall PerfectBest Android Tablet for Multitasking
8. Honor Mediapad T3Feature Rich Android Tablet
9. Acer One 7Honorable Mention

1. Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0

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 Overall Best Pick
  • Latest Android 9.0 OS
  • Wi-Fi only tablet
  • Dual stereo speakers

Samsung is the undeniable champion in the consumer electronics industry with the largest shipping volumes in mobile phones.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 is an affordable Android tablet from the company aimed at developing countries like India.

Design and Build Quality

The Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 is the newest iteration of the popular Galaxy Tab series Android tablets.

This device comes with a lightweight aluminium finish, which is a definite upgrade over the cheap plastic construction of the Galaxy Tab A 7.0.

The volume rocker and the power button on this device have been immensely improved to offer excellent click response and exudes the feeling of the premium fit and finish.

Overall, the Galaxy Tab A 8.0 is a well-built device and checks all the tick marks it should feature.

Display

This Android tablet sports an 8-inch HD screen with a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels.

This display has an aspect ratio of 16:10 aspect ratio which successfully delivers an immersive media consumption experience.

The colour spectrum on this panel is very much on par when compared with its competitors. The brightness levels are decent and you won’t find much difficulty with the same indoors.

Processor and Performance

A Spreadtrum Quad-core processor clocked at 2GHz powers this tablet.

With 2GB of RAM and 32GB of inbuilt storage, the performance of this Android tablet isn’t too shabby.

Multitasking does works when you have 2-3 apps open in the background. Anything more is going to take a toll on this processor.

There is a dedicated SD card slot if you wish to have more storage capacity. The latest Android 9.0 Pie OS is optimized to perform much more efficiently even on low- specced hardware devices which reflects.

Camera

There is an 8MP rear camera on this device along with a 2MP camera on the front for video calling.

Nothing impressive to write about, the cameras do work as expected. The rear camera takes up some detailed and colour accurate shots at good lighting conditions.

The front camera can be used for occasional video calls. There is no flash on this device, so forget about shooting in dark environments.

Miscellaneous

One of the important things to note about this tablet is that it is Wi-Fi only. That means it doesn’t feature cellular connectivity.

There is a dedicated kids mode option on this tablet to trim down the functionalities, with only apps suitable for kids in action.

This will let your kids engaged in various educational games as well as certain whitelisted websites.

Battery Life

This Android tablet comes with a relatively larger capacity 5100mAh battery.

This device will last comfortably more than a day even with heavy usage, thanks to the power-efficient processor and the optimized Android Pie OS.

Verdict

Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 is the best for you if you’re in the market for an Android tablet from a reliable brand.

Samsung has been in the business for so long that its products are conceived by the customers with an assurance of quality.

Even if a defect arises with the product, unfortunately, the vast service centre network will ease the stress of finding a place to repair.

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Premium design and build quality
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Samsung Kids home feature

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Decent display quality

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No flash with rear camera

Specifications

Processor2GHz Octa core
RAM2 GB
Storage32 GB up to 512 GB
Camera8MP Rear, 2MP Front
Display8-inch 1280 x 800 Pixels
SIM SupportWi-Fi Only
Battery5100mAh

 

2. Alcatel 3T8

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Runner Up Pick
  • Android Oreo 8.1 OS
  • Dedicated kids mode
  • Full day battery life

Alcatel is slowly and steadily cashing in on the unsaturated tablet market in India, releasing some of the best budget tablets in the market.

The Alcatel 3T8 is a sub Rs.10,000 Android tablet that supports the latest 4G VoLTE technology for lightning-fast data speeds and superior call quality.

Design and Build Quality

The Alcatel 3T8 has a minimal yet attractive design that gets even better with the colour options available for purchase.

The use of high-quality polycarbonate plastic makes this device lightweight and scratch resistant. The slight matte textured back makes holding this device in hand easier and more comfortable.

The buttons are of high quality and have sufficient key travel to deliver an assuring click response. The power button has a textured design – same as we have seen in many other expensive phones in the market.

The rear camera is placed in the top centre, without a dedicated flash. The side bezels around the display are relatively thin when compared to the significantly sized chin at the top and the bottom.

Display

The Alcatel 3T8 has a relatively smaller 8.0-inch IPS display with a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels.

Since the size of the display is small, the pixel density is substantially higher on this panel when compared with the competitors, offering a more crispy and detailed output.

The eye care mode present on this device automatically adjusts the brightness and contrast levels of the screen. It also filters blue light to reduce eye fatigue when used under low light conditions.

Processor and Performance

The MediaTek MT 8765 that powers this device is a quad-core SoC clocked at 1.28GHz. This processor can handle all day to day tasks without breaking a sweat.

Thanks to 3GB RAM and 32GB of onboard storage, light multitasking is possible without getting the apps to run out of memory during the usage.

The OS optimizations on top of this hardware make the device run snappier than ever before and offers enhanced software features as well.

Miscellaneous

First things first, the Alcatel 3T8 runs on the latest Android 8.1 Oreo operating system.

This is quite an impressive feat considering most of its competitor models are launched with Android 7.0 and some others are stuck eternally on older outdated versions of Android.

With the Android oreo update, multiple software features like picture in picture mode and battery optimization are available to the users.

Alcatel has also included a dedicated kids mode that can be used to restrict the apps and data your child can use on this tablet.

Camera and Connectivity

This tablet features a 5MP rear camera without a flash and a 2MP secondary front camera for video calls.

The image and video quality from this tablet is quite decent for the price and surprisingly, the rear camera can record full HD videos at 30fps.

Talking about connectivity, there’s the usual set of standards namely Wi-Fi and Bluetooth v4.2. There is a single SIM slot for cellular connectivity that supports 4G VoLTE.

Battery Life

The Alcatel 3T8 is powered by a 4080 mAh Li-ion battery that easily lasts for a day of usage.

Battery optimizations in the Android Oreo help this tablet to achieve impressive screen on time for prolonged usage.

Verdict

The Alcatel 3T8 is the best choice for those who want a budget Android tablet with calling capability priced under Rs.10,000.

The latest Android 8.1 Oreo updates bring many software features that enhance the usability of this tablet.

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Robust build quality

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VoLTE support

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Eye care mode

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No camera flash

Specifications

ProcessorMediaTek Quad-core MT8765
RAM3 GB
Storage32GB up to 128GB
Camera8MP Rear, 5MP Front
Display8-inch, 1280 x 800 pixels
SIM SupportSingle SIM VoLTE
Battery4080mAh

 

3. Lava Magnum XL

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Value for Money Tablet
  • Dual SIM 4G connectivity
  • Android 8.1 Oreo OS
  • Best suited for media consumption

Lava is a popular budget feature phone as well as Android smartphone marketing company based in India.
The company was at first shy to foray into the previously untapped tablet market but with the all-new Lava Magnum XL, it seems the company finally has a strong contender in the market.

Design and Build Quality

The Lava Magnum XL Android tablet has a modern design which feels similar to modern smartphones.

The metallic finish backplate and the gentle curves on the side imparts a premium finish to this budget tablet.

The design on this tablet is very symmetric with both the front and rear cameras placed in the exact middle.

The buttons feel tactile and the 3.5mm head jack is seen placed right next to these.

Display

The Lava Magnum XL features a large 10.1-inch HD display with a respectable resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels.

This display is decent with vivid colours and good viewing angles. There is no major colour shift when the display is viewed at slightly odd angles.

The larger display size is perfect for watching movies and playing games on the go.

Processor and Performance

The Lava Magnum XL is powered by a MediaTek 1.3GHz quad-core processor.

This processor combined with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of onboard storage performs well in performing casual tasks without any hiccups.

Yes, you can multitask with this device but the limited RAM may induce lags or out of memory errors once in a while.

Camera

This Android tablet features a 5MP fixed focus rear camera and a 2MP front camera.

The rear camera doesn’t have a flash to light up dark environments. The quality of photos seems ok for the price.

Battery Life

The Lava Magnum XL features a large 5900mAh battery which will last for around a day and a half with heavy usage.

If you are a casual user, this battery is set to last for two days comfortably in a single charge.

Verdict

The Lava Magnum XL is a capable Android tablet running the relatively newer Android 8.1 Oreo OS and comes with excellent battery life and decent performance.

If media consumption is your primary motive for purchasing an Android tablet, this device is one of the best in the business.

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Minimal yet elegant design

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The large 10.1-inch IPS display

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Dedicated SD card slot

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Limited RAM

 Specifications

ProcessorMediaTek Quad Core
RAM3 GB
Storage16 GB up to 128 GB
Camera5MP Rear, 2MP Front
Display10.1-inch, 1280 x 800 pixels
SIM SupportDual SIM 4G
Battery5900mAh

 

4. iBall Avid

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Feature-Rich Android Tablet
  • Large 7000mAh battery
  • Android 8.1 Oreo OS
  • Dual SIM 4G LTE connectivity

iBall is an Indian company specializing in computer peripherals.

The company is popular in the market for providing quality products with an affordable price tag.

Introduction

The Avid is an Android tablet from iBall that features an 8.0-inch display.

The iBall Avid is designed to impress the users in the first look.

The metallic silver colour it comes with as standard, imparts a premium feel to the device.

The use of nice quality plastics and a metallic frame around the chassis is a bonus for the price.

Processor and Performance

Inside the iBall Avid, what runs the show is an ARM Cortex A53 processor clocked at 1.3GHz.

This device comes with 2GB RAM and 16GB of internal storage which is expandable to 64GB via an SD card slot.

Managing the daily tasks is a breeze with most of the commonly used apps running at full speed with no noticeable lags or hiccups in between.

But don’t expect anything
stellar while playing modern Android games.

The processor power bottlenecks the performance significantly.

Display and Connectivity

This Android tablet priced under Rs. 10,000 comes with an 8-inch HD IPS display with good colour reproduction and contrast levels.

The images look decently sharper with no noticeable pixelation when viewed from a comfortable eye distance.

The device comes with dual sim 4G+3G support for voice calling and data connectivity as well as Wi-Fi.

This tablet also features Bluetooth 4.0 LE for pairing up with other Bluetooth enabled accessories using minimal power.

Camera

The iBall Avid comes with a 5MP camera in the rear that has autofocus support and is accompanied by an LED flash.

The 2MP front camera aids in video calling and delivers decent quality output under good lighting conditions.

Battery Life

Powering all this is a mammoth 7000mAh Li-ion battery inside.

The company claims that this battery will give you a screen on time upwards of 10 hours, which is excellent for a tablet of this size.

Even heavy users will get this device to the second day without any issues whatsoever.

Verdict

For the price at which it sells in the market, the iBall Avid is packed with features and the internals are quite good when compared with its competitors.

If media consumption and casual web browsing with social media networks is your reason for buying a tablet, this tablet will be the most affordable of the bunch.

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Dual SIM with 4G support

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1-year manufacturer’s warranty

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USB OTG support

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Underpowered processor

 Specifications

ProcessorCortex A53 1.3GHz Quad Core
RAM2 GB
Storage16 GB up to 64 GB
Camera5 MP Rear, 2 MP Front
Display8-inch HD Display
SIM SupportDual SIM 4G
Battery7000mAh

5. Alcatel A3 10

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Best Tablet for Media Consumption
  • Better multitasking capabilities
  • Good battery life
  • Immersive sound output

The Alcatel A3 10 is a large-sized tablet with a 10.1-inch display that offers a premium multimedia experience under an affordable budget.

Rich in connectivity features, this device is one of the best tablets under Rs.10,000 for media consumption.

Design and Build Quality

The Alcatel A3 10 is one of the best-looking tablets in the Indian market priced under Rs.10,000.

Made of polycarbonate, this tablet feels solid and lightweight at the same time.

The 3-D textured backplate offers excellent grip while holding this device in hand.

It also helps in improving the aesthetic appeal of this tablet.

The two-tone colour design is visually very attractive to look at and gives this tablet a clean and premium vibe.

The rear camera is placed towards the side and has no flash to illuminate the pictures taken in the dark.

In the front, there are dual speakers on the top and the bottom facing the user, delivering a loud and clear audio output.

Display

The Alcatel A3 10, as the name suggests, features a 10.1-inch HD display with a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels.

This display supports up to 16 million colours and offers a decent media viewing experience.

Even though this is a normal TFT display, the contrast levels are impressive for a budget Android tablet.

This IPS display panel offers very good viewing angles without any noticeable colour washouts when the tablet is viewed at different positions.

Processor and Performance

This Android tablet is powered by a MediaTek MTK 8735B quad-core processor clocked at 1.1GHz.

The performance of this SoC under light loads is decent with no lags or stutters occurring in between.

The 2GB RAM and 16GB of internal storage alleviate some problems with multitasking and app loading times.

Gaming isn’t the strong forte of this tablet, so we advise you to refrain from trying to play resource-intensive games available in the play store.

Connectivity and Camera

The Alcatel A3 10 features Wi-Fi and cellular connectivity. This Android tablet accepts a single SIM card and has the support for VoLTE.

There is Bluetooth v4.2 if you want to connect an external device such as a keyboard or even a wireless speaker with this device.

This tablet also supports USB OTG function by which you can connect an external storage device or any other peripheral to the device via an OTG cable available for dirt cheap prices in the market.

The 5MP rear camera and 2MP rear camera performs adequately well for decent photos to post on social networks and nothing else.

Battery Life

The Alcatel A3 10 has a 4,600 mAh Li-ion battery inside powering all the functions. This battery will last for about a day and a half with moderate usage.

If you are the one who likes to use cellular data more than Wi-Fi, the battery life might significantly vary.

Verdict

The Alcatel A3 10 is the best Android tablet out there for media consumption under the budget of Rs.10,000.

The dual front-firing speakers and the large 10.1-inch display delivers an immersive media viewing experience at an enticing price point.

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VoLTE support

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Elegant design

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Single SIM connectivity

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Average camera quality

 Specifications

ProcessorMediaTek MTK 8735B 1.1 GHz
RAM2 GB
Storage16 GB UP to 128 GB
Camera5MP rear, 2MP Front
Display10.1-inch 1280 x 800 pixels
SIM SupportSIngle SIM VoLTE
Battery4600mAh

6. Lenovo Tab 4

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Best Budget Android Tablet
  • Dolby Atmos audio
  • Lightweight and portable
  • Relatively powerful processor

Lenovo is a Chinese brand that has been popular in the Indian market as well as globally with products that impressed many.

After the acquisition of Motorola, the clout further increased.

Lenovo Tab4 is an Android-powered tablet that the company has released in India.

Display

In the sea of outdated tablets, the Tab4 breathes a fresh life with a comparatively new OS version and design aesthetics.

The Tab4 comes with 8-inch HD IPS display with a resolution of 1280 x 600 pixels.

This tablet is very compact and lightweight featuring a very slim profile of just 8.8mm.

Processor and Performance

What’s running the show inside is a MediaTek 1.4GHz quad-core processor coupled with 2GB of RAM.

This device comes with 16GB of internal storage that can be further expanded up to 32GB via SD card.

Operating System

As a welcome change, this android tablet from Lenovo runs on Android 7.0 Nougat and comes with a slew of new features.

There’s a multi-user mode that can be personalised and accessed individually.

The battery on this device is a 4850 mAh Li-ion pack that lasts over a day quite comfortably.

Thanks to the Wi-Fi-only connectivity it offers, it takes a lighter toll on the battery than the SIM cards does.

Verdict

If you don’t mind the lack of a Full HD display, the Lenovo Tab 4is a decent pick for the price. The brand value and reliability of the brand Lenovo is certainly reassuring for the customers to consider it.

Android Nougat lets you enjoy many apps in the Play store that otherwise won’t work with the older version of Android OS.

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Dual 4G connectivity

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One year warranty

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Elegant design

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No full HD display

 

 Specifications

Processor1.4GHz Mediatek 64-Bit quad core
RAM2 GB
Storage16 GB up to 32 GB
Camera5MP rear, 2MP Front
Display8-inch 1024 x 800
SIM SupportDual SIM
Battery4850mAh

7. iBall Slide Perfect

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Best Tablet for Multitasking
  • Android 8.1 Go OS
  • USB OTG support
  • Decent 10.1-inch display

iBall is an Indian company specialized in marketing computer accessories such as speakers and mice.

The Slide series tablets from iBall are one of the most popular Android tablets in the market and the slide Perfect is one of the newer entrants to the segment.

Design and Build Quality

The iBall Perfect is identical in its form factor and design to many of the competitors in the market.

The entire chassis is made of lightweight plastic with the average build quality.

The body-coloured chrome trim around the chassis adds to the aesthetic appeal of this device.

The dual speakers on this tablet are found in the rear along with a rear camera and assisting flash for low light photography.

Display

The 10.1-inch IPS display on this budget Android tablet has a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels.

The viewing angles are good and the colours come out decent.

The brightness levels are sufficient for indoor usage but you will face difficulty using this tablet in direct sunlight.

The display has thick bezels on all four corners which is a bit of an eyesore at first but you will soon get used to it.

Processor and Performance

The iBall Perfect is powered by a quad-core processor clocked at 1.3GHz.

Surprisingly, this Android tablet comes with 1GB RAM and 16GB internal memory. With the help of a dedicated SD card slot, the memory can be extended to 64GB.

The performance of this tablet in the day to day usage scenario is buttery smooth with the majority of the Go optimized apps in the Play store.

Miscellaneous

This tablet supports OTG which enables you to plug in an external hard disk or pen drive to access the media content directly on the device.

Battery Life

The iBall Perfect has a relatively large 7000mAh Li-ion battery powering its internals.

This battery is rated to last for over a day of heavy usage and more if used less.

Verdict

The iBall Perfect is one of the best choices if you want an affordable Android tablet capable of light multitasking.

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5MP primary camera with autofocus

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Quad-core processor

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Decent build quality

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Average build quality

 Specifications

ProcessorCortex A71.3Ghz Quad Core
RAM1 GB
Storage16GB up to 64 GB
Camera5MP Rear, 2MP Front
Display10.1-inch 1280 x 800 pixels
SIM SupportSingle SIM
Battery7000mAh

8. Honor MediaPad T3

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Feature-Rich Android Tablet
  • Decent battery life
  • 1-year warranty
  • A lot of software features baked in

Honor is the sub-brand of the popular Huawei, which has been active in the budget smartphone segment in India.

The MediaPad T3 is Honor’s new take at capturing the less saturated tablet market in the country utilizing the company’s goodwill in delivering quality products at affordable rates and the brand value of the parent company, Huawei.

Build Quality and Design

The Honor MediaPad T3 is one of the best-looking tablets to hit the market for a while.

With the falling sales, companies have been less interested to care about the design aspects of tablets, it seems.

The MediaPad T3 has that simple and elegant design Honor has pioneered with its smartphones.

The metallic backplate is very solid and rigid. The plastic insert in the upper side of the rear houses the antennas for better signal reception,

The single rear camera is housed on this frame and sits flush with the chassis.

The buttons located on the right side of the tablet is very clicky and responsive to the presses.

Display

The Honor MediaPad T3 features a 9.6-inch HD display with an effective resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels.

The screen on this tablet is bright and vivid but lacks in details when it is compared to other contenders on this list with full HD displays.

Honor has packed in a lot of software goodies to enhance the viewability on this display.

The low light and eye comfort mode baked into the custom EMUI skin on this tablet will reduce the stress on your eyes and eliminates eye fatigue.

Processor and Performance

Inside the MediaPad T3 is a Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8917 octa-core processor clocked at 1.4GHz.

For tablet mainly used for casual tasks such as web browsing and media consumption, this processor does perform well without any problems.

This tablet comes with a 2GB RAM and 16GB of internal memory expandable up to 128GB with the help of an SD card.

Miscellaneous

If you are willing to spend a couple of thousands more, the Mediapad T3 with 32GB of inbuilt storage is available for just under Rs.17,000.

The MediaPad T3 comes with a single SIM slot that accepts 4G LTE network connections for ultra-fast data speeds and crystal clear voice calls.

This device comes with 1-year warranty including a separate 6 months warranty for in-box accessories such as a charger.

Battery Life

The MediaPad T3 is powered by a 4800mAh Li-ion battery inside.

Taking into consideration the average battery capacity of tablets nowadays, this is quite a respectable one.

With moderate to heavy usage, this tablet will last well over a day worth of usage for most of you guys out there.

Verdict

Made using an interesting combination of aluminium and plastic, this tablet feels light in hand but stands rigid and solid during normal operations.

If you are looking for a well-built tablet for your daily casual needs, the MediaPad T3 is worth checking out.

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Solid build quality

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4G VoLTE connectivity

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Feature-rich EMUI

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Limited software support

 Specifications

Processor1.4GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon
RAM2 GB
Storage32 GB up to 64 GB
Camera8MP Rear, 5MP Front
Display9.6-inch HD 1280 x 800 pixels
SIM SupportSingle SIM
Battery7800mAh

9. Acer One 7

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Honorable Mention
  • Best for media consumption
  • Internet connectivity and voice calling enabled
  • 1-year warranty

Odds are pretty high that you might have already known about the brand Acer.

The company has a strong presence in the country, thanks to the popular budget laptops.

The Acer One 7 is an Android tablet from the company aimed at entry-level customers looking for a low-cost tablet for casual uses.

Design and Build Quality

The Acer One laptop gives importance to functionality over form factor.

This device is made of hard plastic and the fit and finish seem unpolished.

The speaker is located on the rear of this device. This will make the sound output to get muffled when placed on an even surface.

The buttons are properly marked and feel quite nice and clicky.

There are considerable bezels around the display and overall this tablet feels thick and bulky.

Display

The display on this tablet is a 7-inch HD panel with a resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels.

We feel that the touch-responsive is much better on this tablet when compared to others.

This might be because Acer is quite famous for its homegrown components rather than outsourced materials.

The brightness levels are decent and the colour accuracy is sufficient for the price.

Although, due to the low resolution there is a lack of details in the visuals.

Performance

Under the hood, the Acer One 7 is powered by a 1.5GHz MediaTek MT8321 quad-core processor along with 1 GB of RAM.

The limited amount of RAM does pose some threat to the multitasking and you will face some lags and stutters in between.

For casual browsing and media consumption, there isn’t much of a problem with the device.

The Acer One 7 comes with 8GB memory and is expandable up to 32GB via micro SD card slot.

Camera

Cameras on budget tablets are there for just the namesake.

The Acer One 7 comes with 2MP rear camera for taking occasional pictures.

In the front, there is a 0.3MP camera for video calls.

Remember that this camera is useful if any, only in brightly lit environments.

Battery Life

The Acer One 7 has a 3450 mAh Li-ion battery inside.

This will last for a day of moderate usage comfortably.

If you are using the dual SIM telephony extensively, expect these numbers to drop significantly.

Verdict

If you love to own a branded tablet, Acer One 7 is your best bet under Rs.5000.

This tablet does provide all the features that you expect from an entry-level tablet and then some.

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Brand value

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Dual SIM 3G connectivity

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Touch responsiveness

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Weak processor

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Limited RAM

 Specifications

Processor1.5GHz Mediatek MT8321 quad core
RAM1 GB
Storage8 GB up to 32 GB
Camera2MP Rear, 0.3MP Fron
Display 7.0 inch HD 1024 x 600 pixels
SIM SupportDual SIM
Battery3450mAh
This is it, guys. The curated list of the best android tablets under Rs.10,000 is complete.

We agree that these tablets are a bit out of touch with the pace of technology evolves, but these are the only choices that we think might interest you.

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