May 21, 2017 02:37 PM EDT
One of the three new Android Slates announced by Huawei is now available for purchase in the United States. In the last month, Huawei has been introduced its new MediaPad T3 lineup of tablets and also promised to bring them to the market in the coming weeks.
According to Phonearena, major retailer Walmart is now selling the Huawei MediaPad T3 7.0. But, the customers will only be able to pick it up at brick and mortar stores. The tablet is affordable and is available for purchase for just $89. It does not feature GSM compatibility.
As mentioned in Gsm arena, the worth mentioning point is that the tablet can't be ordered online currently. The device's listing on the Walmart's website says: "The item is only sold at a Walmart Store".
There is currently no information that when the device will be available for online purchasing and if and when other retailers will carry it. It is also not known that when other tablets in this lineup will be available in the Country.
Huawei MediaPad T3 7.0 is an ultra-light tablet, which has features like a slim metal chassis and a 7-inch display with 1024*600 pixels resolution. In the matter of connectivity, the tablet has a Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and microSD card support (up to 128 GB). Inside the tablet, there are a 1.3GHz quad-core MediaTek MT8127 processor, 1GB RAM and 16GB of internal memory.
Huawei's slate features a 2-Megapixel primary camera and similar secondary camera on the front side. Huawei MediaPad T3 7.0 runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow with EMUI4.1 on top and it is powered by a 3,100 mAh battery.
It is expected that it will be offered by other retailers in the US very soon. But for now, it seems that Walmart to be the only one to sell Huawei's cheap tablet.
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