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  • The Onn.8 Tablet Pro. Walmart
  • A straight-on shot of the 8-incher. And Walmart, I know you are Walmart, but wow, please get a better photographer. Walmart
  • A closeup of the navigation bar, with the Walmart button and off-center navigation buttons. Walmart
  • The back of the 8-incher. Walmart
  • The bigger 10.1-inch model. Walmart
  • The 10-inch model, which has a horizontal design. Walmart
  • Did you guess this is where the USB-C port would be? Walmart
  • The back of the 10-inch model. Walmart

When you think of cheap Android tablets, you probably think of the Amazon Fire series, but Walmart is also in the game with its in-house "Onn" tablets. As spotted by 9to5Google, recently Walmart started selling two new models of its Onn tablet: the 8-inch "Onn.8 Tablet Pro" for $99, and the 10-inch "Onn.10.1 Tablet Pro" for $129. Surprisingly, we are not here to mock the $99 Walmart tablet, because it actually looks pretty good! You get Google Play, which is a major upgrade over the Google-less Amazon Fire tablets, plus Android 10, a shockingly-modern USB-C port, and an "HD" display.

Walmart is not great at this whole "selling electronics" thing and doesn't list the usual official detailed stats. The 8-inch model's "HD Display" could mean a resolution as low as 720p. Last year's version of this device (this is the second generation) had a 1280×800 LCD, which would qualify for the "HD" tag and would be comparable to the closest Amazon device, the Fire HD 8 Plus.

The SoC is unhelpfully listed as a "2.0 GHz Octa-core processor" but Read More – Source

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