Huawei has been making inroads in Europe this year, with a selection of dedicated European launches and new products coming to the territory. The company‘s 10-inch T1 tablet is now even cheaper in the UK, with no upfront costs and a monthly contract price of just £18.50 per month.
Huawei is touting the moderately sized tablet primarily as a media consumption device, boasting HD video playback and enough processing power for gaming. That’s not FullHD as in 1080p mind you though, the 10-inch IPS LCD display features a modest 1280×800 resolution, but that’s not bad considering the low price point.
Internal hardware wise, the tablet offers a 1.2GHz quad-core Snapdragon 410 SoC combined with 16GB of RAM, which again is suitable for mid-range performance and should handle the display resolution just fine. There’s also a 5MP rear and 2MP front facing camera, 4800mAh battery and 16GB of internal storage plus microSD card slot included, along with Android KitKat for the OS. Perhaps the biggest selling point for this unequivocal mid-ranger is built in 4G LTE connectivity, a feature usually reserved for high-end tablets.
This certainly isn’t the only compelling Huawei device to have make its way to UK shores recently. Back at the start of May Huawei teamed up with Three to sell the Honor 6 Plus for £299 and the company’s latest flagship P8 smartphone launched in the country back in April as well.
The Huawei T1 10 tablet is available in the UK directly from O2 at a now reduced price of £18.50 per month without any upfront costs. Previously the company charge around £30 upfront with a £22.50 monthly contract. Alternatively, you can grab the tablet with a pre-loaded 1GB 4G pay-as-you-go SIM card for £199.99. The T1 10 is only available in white.