As you would expect from the super-affordable Android tablet, the Onn tablet lineup is not impressive in terms of specifications. The cheapest 8-inch version of the three tablets, equipped with an IPS screen with a resolution of 1280*800, has yet to confirm the model's 1.3GHz quad-core processor, 2GB of memory and 16GB of built-in storage, a 300,000-pixel front-end camera and a 2,000-pixel rear-end camera. The price is $64.
The internal specifications of the larger 10.1-inch model are basically the same, but curiously, the official screen resolution is not listed. More importantly, both tablets are manufactured with Android 9 Pie system, which should be the original Android system from the screenshot. Wal-Mart officials did not mention that the App Suite was pre-installed on these Android tablets.
Another selling point of Wal-Mart Onn tablet is Google Apps and Services. Unlike Amazon's Fire Tablet, the Wamarone Tablet has Google Play Store and Google Android applications such as Gmail, Google Maps and Duo.
Wal-Mart also announced the keyboard today.partsThe third type of tablet is not listed on the official website.The 8-inch model sells for $64AndThe 10.1-inch model sells for $79.。 Both tablets are now available and can be purchased in most Wal-Mart offline stores in the United States.