Walmart has officially launched there Tablet with Android 10 and USB Type-C at an affordable price, Amazon Fire tablet alternative.
After a long time, Walmart has officially launched a new smartphone, the Walmart Duo. The device seems to be quite promising. So let’s take a closer look at the device and know more about it.
Walmart Duo Highlights and Specifications
It comes with an 8-inch Display panel that seems to be quite Immersive than the Amazon Fire tablet. However, the device featuring an HD as 1024 x 600-pixel resolution and offering an LCD display panel.
Under the hood, the device has been powered by 2.0GHz soc used. Therefore the device comes with a USB Type-c Port. The chipset of the device paired with a 2GB of Ram and 32GB of onboard storage.
In terms of camera performance, the device having and 5 megapixels, both real and front selfie Camera Shooter. On the other hand, the Onn 10.1 tablet comes with 10.1 inches of HD display panel featuring an LCD display type. Hair tips come with 3GB of Ram.
Further mode on Android 10 best custom skin out of the box alongside some Princeton application that you can Uninstall it. Meanwhile, it is having, and the navigation bar on the bottom of the device used to be controlled navigation.
The price of the device is most likely to be $99, and Onn 10.1 cost $129 input devices work low, and stocks making get very limited stock predictable. You would like to purchase an Amazon fire tablet then it seems to be quite an alternative option to purchasing.
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