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Alcatel A30 Android Tablet Announced on T-Mobile USA


Alcatel may not be the best Android OEM out there, but in the recent years we have seen quite some really good Android Smartphones from Alcatel that were priced really low to favor the budget Android Smartphone buyers, but still offered one of the best Android experiences both in terms of hardware and software, for the prices they were sold at. Here we got the new upcoming alcatel a30.

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Now Alcatel is all set to announce their new Alcatel A30 Android tablet, which will a carrier-specific product made for T-Mobile USA. The Alcatel A30 launch is set to happen on May 26 and going by what the tablet offers in terms of hardware, it does seem like an Android tablet targeted towards the budget Android tablet buyers.

Alcatel had announced a tablet under the T-Mobile USA carrier branding last year that retailed for just $130, and judging by the hardware, the price tag of the Alcatel A30 Android tablet should not be far off from the $130 mark.

Talking about the Alcatel A30 hardware specifications, below are some of the key hardware specifications of the tablet.

Alcatel A30 T-Mobile Android tablet Hardware Specifications:

Alcatel A30 Android Tablet Announced on T-Mobile USA


  • 8-inch IPS LCD display with a resolution of 1280×800 and Asahi-glass protection.
  • 1.1GHz Snapdragon quad-core processor.
  • 16GB inbuilt storage.
  • Storage expansion is supported up to 32GB via MicroSD card.
  • 2GB RAM.
  • 5MP primary rear facing camera sensor.
  • 5MP secondary front facing camera sensor.
  • Android 7.0 Nougat operating system.
  • Single SIM card slot.
  • IR Blaster.

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Looking at the image above, the device does seem to have a textured back with a camera protrusion. Even though the Alcatel A30 may not be joining the list of hottest Android devices of 2017, the tablet should surely be able to impress buyers interested in a cheap and reliable Android tablet under $150.

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