Pantel Penta T-Pad Ultra 4G Tablet Review

  • Overall Rating

  • Performance

  • Features

  • Price

Price: ₹ 6999

Key Specs

    Android 5.1 Lollipop, 8MP rear and 5MP front camera, 7-inch IPS screen (1024X600), 1 GHz Quad-core CPU, 1 GB RAM, 8 GB ROM (expandable up to 32GB)

Pros: Affordable device with 4G connectivity, loud and clear sound

Cons: Poor camera and battery life

Bottomline: This affordable tablet supports voice calling and can handle light apps and games. With the seamless connectivity, it enables you to manage your tasks on the go. It runs smoothly, yet performance lag can be seen while switching between apps. The camera and battery performance are not up to the mark, so if you are looking for a tablet with a decent performance, 4G connectivity and an affordable price, then this could be a choice.

Pantel’s new tablet T-pad Ultra 4G comes at an attractive price point and is loaded with essential features like Dual-Sim connectivity, large display, and a decent camera. It is purely meant for consumers looking for an affordable table with all the basic functions for both fun and productivity.

The tablet has 7-inch IPS display with 1024X600p resolution with wide viewing angles. It produces good colors with decent brightness levels and scored 256 lux in our display metering test. The display is responsive to up to 5 fingers at a time.

This tablet is equipped with 1 GHz Quad Core processor with Mali GPU, 1 GB DDRIII RAM, runs on Android 5.1 Lollipop and 4 GB internal memory that can be expanded up to 32 GB using the microSD card.The device is capable of handling almost every productivity app, but you may notice a little lag in the performance while multitasking and switching between apps. This tablet lets you surf the internet with ease as well as edit your documents without any performance lag. You can also enjoy light games on it, but not the high-graphic intensive games. We played Temple Run 2 on the device without any performance lag but while playing Asphalt 8, the lag was clearly visible. In our performance benchmark, it scored 19563 on AnTuTu, 2623 on 3DMark Ice Storm, 9031 on Quadrant and 1137 on Vellamo.

Equipped with 8MP rear camera with LED flash you can click decent images in the daylight, but in low light conditions, it attracts lots of noise. The camera has various effects and modes to choose from while shooting in different lighting conditions.

The tablet has the speaker at the rear which produces the clear and loud sound which is plus to its performance while watching videos and playing games.

The 7-inch tablet supports Dual-SIM (4G+3G) and is backed up with 3000 mAh battery that lasts for up to 6 hours with moderate usage. Using the AnTuTu battery mark, it lasted for 5 hours 50 minutes and scored 3809. While in our video test, playing video on full brightness, volume and over Wi-Fi, it lasted for 3 hours 12 minutes.

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