HTC A100

An HTC tablet was discovered on the Google Play Console earlier this month. The gadget has now been officially launched in Russia as the HTC A100, and it comes equipped with mid-range specifications for less than $300.

The HTC A100 has a 10.1-inch IPS LCD display with a resolution of 1920 x 1200. The screen is enclosed in a rounded-corner metal chassis. Bezels surround the display, and although they are not too large, they are not the slimmest either. They do, however, have the same thickness on all four sides.

HTC’s first tablet in years will be powered by the UNISOC Tiger T618, the same chipset used in ZTE’s Axon 20 4G and Blade V30 smartphones, as well as the Alldocube iPlay 40 tablets. The 12nm processor has an eight-core CPU with two Cortex-A75 cores and six Cortex-A55 cores running at 2.0GHz. Additionally, it has a Mali G52 MP2 GPU.

8GB DDR3 RAM and 128GB of storage are included with the CPU. There includes a MicroSD card slot, which enables an additional 256GB of storage. Additionally, the tablet supports two SIM cards through its hybrid SIM slot.

The HTC A100 has two cameras on the rear — a 13MP primary camera and a 2MP secondary camera. Additionally, it has a 5-megapixel front-facing camera for video chats. At the bottom, there are two speaker grilles, and an audio jack is located on the same side as the SIM tray and USB-C port. The tablet has a 7000mAh battery and comes packaged with a power brick. It runs Android 11.

The HTC A100 is now available in Russia for a price of 19,990 rubles, or about INR 20,000/-. At the time, there is no information on whether the tablet will be launched in other areas.