HTC only has two models, announced and new tablet , which fall under the “believe it or not” umbrella. We’re not used to the corporation releasing brand-new smartphones and tablets, but this one arrives just one week after HTC unveiled the Desire 22 Pro.
A NEW TABLET FROM HTC IS AN ENTRY-LEVEL OFFERING. The HTC A101 is the name of this tablet, and it isn’t that fascinating. It has quite thick bezels around the display, which makes it appear a little dated, and its specs aren’t really impressive.
The bezels are rather thick, and there are two cameras on the rear, as you can see in the pictures below. The sides are relatively flat, and the camera island does protrude.
Advertisement Speaking of cameras, a 2-megapixel ultrawide sensor is supported by a 16-megapixel primary camera. It doesn’t matter that this is a tablet because night mode is supported here. The front of the device has a 10.1-inch fullHD (1920 x 1200) display.
THE UNISOC SOC AT 12NM FUELS THE DEVICE In terms of the SoC, you’ll discover the Unisoc T618 within. That chip is manufactured using a 12-nanometer technology, which is much smaller than the current-generation 5nm processors. This tablet from HTC has 128GB of extensible internal storage and 8GB of RAM.
The kit also includes a 7,000mAh battery that can accept 10W charging. Android 11 with the HTC skin is pre-installed. Of course, in this day and age one would anticipate Android 12, yet HTC chose Android 11 for some reason.
Advertisement The 4G LTE connectivity on this tablet is supported; 5G is not. However, it does feature two SIM card slots. 5.0 Bluetooth is also included in the bundle.
According to appearances, this tablet is intended for entry-level users and won’t be widely available. It would be interesting to see if HTC decides to make the gadget available elsewhere after its introduction in South Africa.