In recent years, more and more mobile network operators have started releasing their own mobile devices. EE have released the Kestrel phone and the Eagle tablet, for instance. Today we look at a tablet from Vodafone, the Smart Tab 4G. Competitively priced at £125, it is aimed at consumers looking to avoid the biggest price tags but still get a decent – if not phenomenal – device.
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Vodafone’s Smart Tab 4G is certainly inexpensive, but there has been significant growth in the lower end of the tablet market over the last couple of years. This means the Smart Tab 4G is up against a slew of cheaper tablets – including Amazon’s Fire HD tablet, the Tesco Hudl 2, and the ASUS Memopad, to name but a few.
- 8-inch, WXGA display
- Quad-core Snapdragon 410 processor, 1.2GHz
- 1GB RAM
- 8GB internal storage, microSD cards up to 64GB supported
- Android 4.4.4
- 5MP primary camera, 2MP secondary camera
- 4060 mAh battery capacity