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HTC releases entry level tablet

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Called the A101, it comes with a Unisoc SoC and no 5G. Also interestingly enough this seems to be only sold in Russia and South Africa soon.

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The budget device brings a 10-inch IPS LCD, Unisoc T618 chipset and a 7,000 mAh battery.The tablet brings a metal unibody design with a 10-inch IPS LCD upfront with FHD+ resolution and some thick bezels. The device is powered by Unisoc’s T618 SoC paired with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage which is expandable via microSD.

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The tablet also gets a 3.5mm headphone jack. HTC A101 tablet launched with 10-inch LCD and Unisoc T618 SoC There’s a 5MP front-facing camera and a 16MP unit on the back. The software front is covered by Android 11. There’s a 7,000 mAh battery with support for 10W charging via USB-C.

 

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Very out of the blue for HTC to just randomly start selling low end tablets when their recent focuses have been about Web3. Also just as interesting to see HTC using Unisoc processors which is more often seen in knockoffs.

 

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https://www.gsmarena.com/htc_a101_tablet_brings_10inch_lcd_and_unisoc_t618_soc-news-54916.php

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Not gonna lie I'm very sure this is a rebranded product manufactured by a different OEM. Besides the RAM + storage config, battery, and camera setup this strikes me as being just like Ulefone's tablet.

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