Released in April and initially available in China, the Xiaomi Pad 6 has gradually made its way to international markets. Now this device is available in Bangladesh. Xiaomi is renowned for its reputation in two key areas: delivering robust devices at affordable prices and occasionally burdening users with intrusive software. However, with the Pad 6, Xiaomi takes a departure from its typical approach. Not only does this tablet promise performance at a budget-friendly price point, but it also presents users with a refreshing experience of unobtrusive and user-friendly software. Key Specifications of Xiaomi Pad 6 Design The Xiaomi Pad 6 boasts a sleek design with dimensions of 254 mm by 165.2 mm by 6.5mm and a weight of 490g, making it a lightweight and portable option. It offers three attractive color choices - Gold, Gravity Grey, and Misty Blue, providing a level of versatility not seen in some competitors. Constructed with an aluminum frame and corning Gorilla Glass 3 protecting the front display, the Pad 6 exudes a premium feel. While it resembles the iPad Air to some extent, it still makes a strong first impression with its minimal bezels and modern aesthetics. The device includes a folio case, with optional stylus and keyboard cases available separately. Notably, it lacks biometric security features, relying on a PIN for sensitive app authentication. Additionally, it can connect to a Xiaomi Smart Pen (2nd gen), offering a useful tool for note-taking and drawing with minimal lag. Read more: Honor Pad 8 Review: A budget-friendly capable Tablet Display The Xiaomi Pad 6's display is an 11-inch IPS LCD panel with a commendable 2880 x 1800 resolution and a high 144Hz refresh rate, supporting Dolby Vision HDR and reaching up to 550 nits of brightness. This impressive spec sheet translates well into real-world performance. The screen lives up to its marketing promises, delivering a fast and fluid user experience. HDR content appears vibrant, enhancing highlights, and the 2880 by 1800 pixel resolution ensures content remains sharp and detailed. While it falls slightly short in resolution compared to the OnePlus Pad, it outperforms competitors like the realme Pad and Oppo Pad Air. It's worth noting that the Pad 6 employs IPS technology rather than OLED, which may impact factors like brightness and contrast, but it still offers strong, accurate colors and sufficient brightness for most tasks. With an 11-inch size, it strikes a perfect balance between productivity and comfort, making it a versatile choice for various use cases. Read more: Xiaomi Redmi Pad Review: Budget Tablet Worth Consideration Cameras The camera setup on the Xiaomi Pad 6 is rather intriguing, as tablets typically don't prioritize camera quality as much as smartphones. However, the Pad 6 stands out in this regard. It features a single 13MP f/2.2 rear camera and an 8MP f/2.2 front-facing camera, lacking some advanced features like optical image stabilization but delivering surprisingly good image quality. While it's important to consider this in the context of tablet photography, the Pad 6 impresses with its saturated and vibrant colors, decent detail in most shots, and an effective HDR mode that handles challenging lighting situations well. Perhaps the most remarkable aspect is its night mode, which significantly enhances low-light photos, a feat that is genuinely surprising for a tablet. While it may not surpass premium smartphone camera results, the Pad 6 offers enough photographic capability to suffice in various situations, making it a standout among tablets in this aspect. Read more: Symphony SYMTAB 80 Review: Budget Tablet for Regular Use Performance and Hardware The Xiaomi Pad 6 impresses with its robust performance capabilities, aligning with the company's reputation for offering affordability without sacrificing power. It comes equipped with either 6GB to 8GB of RAM and 128GB to 256 GB of storage, running on a Snapdragon 870 processor 5G 7nm. Though this chipset is from the previous year, still it delivers excellent performance in day-to-day usage. Basic tasks like navigating the interface, browsing, and emailing are swift and smooth, as expected, but the Pad 6 also delivers solid gaming performance, even at high graphics settings, maintaining a playable frame rate.
Pad X9 is a recently rolled-out tablet by the Honor brand that aims to make smart and feature-oriented smartphones, tablets and wearables. The devices under Honor X series are slim and lightweight with a lot of features. And, Pad X9 is no exception. Let’s take a look into the key specs, price, pros and cons of the Honor Pad X9. Key Features of Honor Pad X9 Design The HONOR Pad X9 boasts a premium look and feel. It has a sleek design with flat sides for a modern touch. The minimal branding and single-color finish keep it stylish. This tablet has a 267.3 x 167.4 x 6.9 mm dimension and weighs 495 grams, which might be a tad heavy for children. However, it's advisable to get a protective case to prevent scratches and make it easier to prop up on a flat surface. The size of the HONOR Pad X9 is just right for everyday use. It's compact enough for school or work and spacious enough for entertainment and multitasking. The tablet's flat sides ensure comfortable use for extended periods without hand or arm discomfort. Despite the aluminum frame, it offers a non-slip grip, making it suitable for long gaming sessions. Read more: Honor Pad 8 Review: A budget-friendly capable Tablet In terms of ports and buttons, you'll find a volume rocker and power button on top (in landscape mode). There are two speakers on each side along with a USB Type-C port. Additionally, there's a set of dual speakers on the bottom. However, it lacks a fingerprint reader, though it can recognize faces using the front-facing camera. Display The HONOR Pad X9 features a spacious 11.5-inch TFT LCD display with a 120Hz refresh rate. It has a resolution of 1200 x 2000 pixels, providing 203 pixels per inch (PPI). While it's not the sharpest display in its size category, it offers good value for its affordable price. The lower resolution is beneficial for tasks like reading, web browsing, and gaming, especially considering its midrange chipset, which consumes less power with the lower pixel count. The display delivers impressive visuals for videos and images, with vibrant colors. However, it falls short in terms of brightness, reaching a peak of 400 nits. This brightness is adequate for indoor use but may struggle in direct sunlight or very bright environments. Nevertheless, this brightness level is in line with other devices in a similar price range. Read more: Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra Review: Is it really the ‘iPad killer’?
Tablets encompass a wide spectrum of functionalities, from being exceptional portable media players to becoming productivity champions with distinctive features such as modular accessories like magnetically-detachable keyboards and, in certain instances, stylus support. Let’s take a look at the 10 best tablets available in the Bangladesh market under BDT 25000. 10 Best Tablets within Tk 25000 TCL Tab 10 Gen2 The tablet, released in September 2023, offers a range of specifications tailored for a variety of user needs. With a 10.36-inch IPS LCD display featuring a resolution of 1200 by 2000 pixels and a 5:3 aspect ratio, it provides a crisp viewing experience. The tablet's 8 MP main camera with LED flash and a 5 MP selfie camera both support 1080p video recording at 30fps. Under the hood, it houses a Mediatek MT6762 Helio P22T chipset with an octa-core CPU, making it suitable for everyday tasks and casual gaming, though it may not excel in handling resource-intensive games. Storage options include 128GB with 4GB of RAM or 64GB with 4GB of RAM, expandable via microSDXC. A 6000 mAh non-removable Li-Po battery ensures long-lasting usage. Priced at BDT 22,000 in Bangladesh (exact pricing may vary by configuration), it offers a competitive package with its display quality, camera capabilities, and decent hardware for the price-conscious consumer. Read more: Honor Pad 8 Review: A budget-friendly capable Tablet Doogee U10 The Doogee U10 tablet was officially released in Bangladesh in September 2023 and is priced at BDT 15,000 for the available variant featuring 4GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. This budget-friendly tablet sports a 10.1-inch IPS LCD display with an 800 by 1280 pixels resolution, offering decent visuals for everyday tasks. Under the hood, the tablet is powered by an RK3562 chipset with a Quad-core 2.0 GHz CPU. While suitable for basic usage, it may struggle with more demanding applications and gaming. The tablet's single-camera setup consists of an 8MP rear camera and a 5MP selfie camera, capable of recording videos at 720p@30fps. One of its standout features is the generous 5060mAh battery, complemented by 10W fast charging, ensuring extended usage without frequent recharges. The tablet runs on Android 13, providing access to the latest software features. Read more: Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra Review: Is it really the ‘iPad killer’? Cubot Tab 40 The Cubot Tab 40 was officially released in Bangladesh in September 2023, and it comes at a price of BDT 10,000 for the available variant with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. This tablet offers a 10.4-inch IPS LCD display with a resolution of 1200 by 2000 pixels, ensuring sharp visuals for various tasks. Under the hood, the Cubot Tab 40 is powered by the Unisoc Tiger T616 (12 nm) chipset, featuring an Octa-core (2x2.0 GHz Cortex-A75 & 6x1.8 GHz Cortex-A55) CPU. While not a powerhouse, it should handle everyday tasks and moderate gaming reasonably well. The tablet features a single-camera setup with a 13MP rear camera and a 5MP selfie camera, capable of recording videos at 1080p@30fps. This configuration is suitable for basic photography needs. One of its notable strengths is the large 7000mAh battery, ensuring extended usage without frequent recharging. The tablet runs on Android 13, providing access to the latest software features and updates. Read more: Walton Walpad 8G Review: Worth buying?
Honor had a distinct history of providing affordable yet capable gadgets back when it was part of Huawei. Fast forward to 2023, Honor is now owned by a Shenzhen-based state-controlled enterprise. But the value proposition of Honor as a utility-focused, cost-effective brand remains. Last year the company launched the Honor Pad 8 on 22nd July. It’s a mid-range tab aimed to be a budget-friendly alternative to higher-end Android tabs. So how does it fare compared to other Android tabs? And does it compare in any way with the iPad? Let’s find out. Key Specifications of Honor Pad 8 Design and Build Quality The designs of pads in general are more or less the same across the spectrum. Just like the Honor Pad 7, the Pad 8 also has a rectangular design with thin bezels and a camera on the side. The front is made from glass whereas the frame and the back are made from plastic. Dimension-wise the Honor Pad is 278.54 mm by 174.06 mm by 6.9 mm with 520 gm of effective weight with the battery. The pad is on the lighter side considering its dimensions. The even weight distribution adds a layer of comfort to the user experience of the device. Read more: Apple iPhone 15 Plus Review: What are the major upgrades? There is no SIM support on the Honor Pad 8. Meaning users would have to depend on Wi-Fi only for connectivity. Another drawback of the Pad 8 is the lack of a 3.5 mm headphone jack. Even in 2023, a headphone jack in tabs is a pretty common sight. However, the Pad 8 is missing out on one. The lack of a headphone jack is complemented by 8 speakers all around the device. Users will get a surround sound stereo experience with the pad. The power and volume buttons are situated on the right of the device. There aren’t any external ports on the device other than the Type C port as the device doesn’t support micro SDXC as well. The Display The display on the Honor Pad 8 is a 12-inch LCD panel. Two distinct things stand out the most the moment you look at the panel. And that’s the thin bezels and their symmetric distribution. The bezels are 7.2 mm thick on the left and right end giving it a reminiscent look of the new iPads and the Tab S from Samsung. Read more: Xiaomi Mi Pad 5: An Ideal Tablet to Replace iPad The 12-inch display has 1.07 B color support with 1200 by 2000 pixels of resolution and an impressive 84.5% screen-to-body ratio. The 5:9 aspect ratio makes for 194 ppi density. Even though the pixel density is on the lower end, the aspect ratio makes it a clear and crisp display. Users would have to squint to spot individual pixels on the Pad 8. The typical brightness of the Pad 8 reaches up to 350 nits. There’s no dedicated HBM mode on the pad so it might be a bit difficult to navigate the display under bright and direct sunlight. The pad also supports Widevine L1 for HD streaming OTT content. The sharp resolution and large panel make it an impressive media consumption device. Unfortunately, the Pad 8 doesn’t come with a high refresh rate panel. Users are stuck with a 60 Hz refresh rate on the display. The Camera There’s not much going on with the camera on the Honor Pad 8. This isn’t just a case with the Pad 8. Rather tabs in general do not focus on the camera end as smartphones are leading the charge in the photography department. Read more: Apple iPad, iPad Pro 2022 Review: World’s most advanced tablets The Honor Pad 8 has two cameras – one on the front and one on the back. Both the shooters are 5 MP with the exact same spec at f/2.2 aperture, 27mm (wide), 1/5", and 1.12µm sensor size. The back camera can shoot video up to 1080P at 30 fps. As a bonus, the back camera has autofocus. That’s about it when it comes to the camera spec on the Pad 8. In terms of performance, the Pad 8 can take some generic shots. These are, by no means, even comparable to entry-level smartphones. It’s more suited for a quick scan of documents or video calls. Read more: Symphony SYMTAB 80 Review: Budget Tablet for Regular Use Processor and Performance The Honor Pad 8 is powered by Snapdragon 680 based on the 4 Nm chipset. The octa-core processor has a 4 A73 2.4GHz and 4 A53 1.9GHz chip design. The processor is coupled with Adreno 610 GPU. On paper, the 680 is a lower mid-range processor from Snapdragon. So it would be a bit extreme to expect gaming-level performance from the Pad 8. Even then, the device was able to run all the leading 3D game titles like PUBG, Asphalt 9, and COD with moderate graphics settings. However, there were slight stutters and frame drops here and there. The Pad did a good job at heat management. The device didn’t excessively heat up even after an hour of continued gaming. The Pad 8 comes with Android 12 onboard with Magic UI 6.1. The OS has been customized to suit Pad usability with iPad OS-like design. There’s a dock on the home screen with the recently used app list. The device also supports a split screen with two apps and an additional floating app. So in effect, users will be able to use up to three apps at the same time. It’s an impressive feature given the limited processing power of the Pad 8. Read more: Xiaomi Redmi Pad Review: Budget Tablet Worth Consideration Overall, the performance of the Pad 8 is more than satisfactory. The tab is geared to be a utility device for day-to-day tasks like reading, split screen use, casual browsing and media consumption. Battery and Charge Time The Honor Pad 8 comes with a 7250 mAh battery on board. The battery is coupled with 22.5W fast charging. With a full charge, the device can last around 10 to 100 hours of continued use. The higher battery performance is partly due to the Wi-Fi-only connectivity on the device. Pros and Cons of Honor Pad 8 Tab Pros: · Large bright display · Lightweight design · Utility-focused OS customization · Long battery life · Decent front camera for video calls. Read more: Apple iPhone 15 Pro Max Review: Is It Worth the Price? Cons: · Only Wi-Fi connectivity · No expandable storage Price of Honor Pad 8 Tab The 4/128 GB variant of the Honor Pad 8 is officially available in India. The price of the Pad 8 is 17,999 INR which roughly amounts to 23,684 BDT (1 INR = 1.32 BDT). However, the official price differs in Bangladesh due to several regulations like import duty and local tax. Final Words The Honor's latest tablet Pad 8 is the perfect mid-range tab that brings a good balance of performance and price. It brings a great display, processor, and battery on board. The plastic build of the device might be a letdown but it’s an understandable trade-off considering the price and overall performance. On the whole, Honor Pad 8 can not compete with the high-end tabs from Honor or other brands. But this Tablet makes a niche of its own as an efficient and affordable option. Read more: Xiaomi Redmi K60 Ultra Review: A Gamer's Delight
Blending cutting-edge technology and innovative design, Samsung's Galaxy Tab 'S' series has consistently set new benchmarks in the realm of premium tablets. The latest addition of this series, S9 Ultra, debuted on August 11, 2023. This device stands as a testament to Samsung's commitment to pushing the boundaries of tablet technology. With a bunch of exclusive features Tab S9 Ultra has thrown challenges to the rivals. Now, the question arises, can S9 Ultra compete with the iPad Pro? Let’s take a look into the specs, pros, cons and price of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra. Key Features of Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra Design Similar to the Tab S8 Ultra, the Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra emerges as a colossal tablet that distinctly outshines its rivals. Despite its substantial dimensions measuring 12.85 by 8.21 by 0.22 inches, the device maintains a relatively lightweight profile, tipping the scales at just 1.61 pounds. Samsung has done a great job with this, and its Tab S9 Ultra is a full millimeter thinner than the iPad Pro 12.9. However, weighing only 1.5 pounds, it appears lighter than the S9 Ultra. Read more: Vivo V27 5G Review: Is it worth buying? The power and volume buttons are situated along the right edge of the tablet, oriented vertically. Positioned near the lower right corner is a microSD card slot. The rear side is adorned with dual rear-facing cameras and a magnetic strip designed to secure and charge the accompanying S Pen. Quad speakers are housed within, projecting sound through grilles running along the tablet's sides, coinciding with the singular USB-C port. Regrettably, the absence of a headphone jack is notable. All variations of the Galaxy Tab S9 come equipped with an IP68 waterproof certification, offering enhanced dust resistance compared to the previous year's Galaxy Tab S8 lineup. For those inclined to use tablets in poolside or beach settings, this represents a noteworthy upgrade over the prior model, alleviating concerns about potential damage to the device. Display The Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra boasts a large 14.6-inch Dynamic AMOLED 2X display, overshadowing the comparatively smaller 12.9-inch display of the iPad Pro. However, size alone doesn't necessarily equate to superiority in display quality. Read more: Oppo Reno10 5G Review: Is it a balanced phone? In terms of display benchmarks, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra and the latest iPad Pro stand closely aligned. Both devices offer similar brightness levels, with the Tab S9 Ultra achieving 592 nits (adaptive) and the iPad Pro hitting 591 nits (adaptive). The color reproduction also showcases a close match, as the Tab S9 Ultra covers 117.7% of the sRGB color gamut and 83.4% of the DCI-P3 color space in its Natural mode. This is complemented by an impressive Delta-E score of 0.17. In its Vivid mode, the Tab S9 Ultra pushes the boundaries even further with percentages of 181.7% for sRGB, 128.7% for DCI-P3, and a Delta-E score of 0.18. Evaluating the brightness factor, the Tab S9 Ultra manages to achieve commendable levels, especially when handling HDR content. The Tab S9 Ultra’s display is of a huge 1848 x 2960 pixels resolution which is incomparable to other market competitors. Performance and Software Equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor and running on Android 13, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra shares its chip and operating system with phones like the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra. Read more: Infinix GT 10 Pro 5G Review: Is it a capable gaming phone? The review unit of the Tab S9 Ultra, identical to the entry-level model, incorporates 12GB of RAM. This, combined with the swift Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 4nm chip, results in impressive performance for an Android device. Nonetheless, it falls short of matching the performance level of the iPad Pro. Benchmark outcomes reveal the Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra's capabilities. It scored commendable figures on the Geekbench 5 CPU benchmark, with 1,560 for single-core and 4,970 for multi-core performance. The tablet also managed a score of 14,722 and achieved 88 frames per second on the 3DMark WildLife Unlimited test, assessing graphics performance. While the iPad Pro outperformed the Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra in these aspects, Samsung's tablet is still more than capable of handling demanding mobile games.
In the rapidly evolving world of technology, tablets have become essential tools for individuals seeking seamless connectivity and unrivaled flexibility. If we think about a tab, iPad and Samsung Tab come to mind first. However, these two are expensive too. If you want a decent tablet that is not expensive, Walton’s Walpad 8G can be a good choice. This pad is a budget-friendly choice among Bangladeshi tech enthusiasts. Boasting an impressive design, the Walpad 8G is designed to elevate your digital experience to new heights. Equipped with the Android operating system, it offers a user-friendly interface and access to your daily useful apps. Key Features & Specs of Walpad 8G Design and Display With an 8.0-inch IPS panel at its core, the tablet offers an expansive and immersive viewing experience. The display’s size, measuring 203.1 mm, strikes the perfect balance between portability and content consumption, making it ideal for both on-the-go use and watching multimedia content. At a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels, the Walpad 8G ensures that images and videos come to life with reasonable clarity and vibrant colors. With a remarkable color depth of 16 million, every hue is rendered with close accuracy and depth, enriching your viewing pleasure to new heights. Whether you’re watching movies or browsing the web, the Walton Walpad 8G’s display ensures a clear visual experience. It has a stylish design and comes in silver and blue colors. The semi-matte finish gives elegance with a premium feel. However, it is a bit heavy at about 380g weight. With 122*197.4*8.1mm dimension, the back part has a camera and flash on the top left. The rest of the back is clean and smooth. The branding and logo are located on the bottom part. The front has a camera in the top middle. Like other Android devices, the volume rocker and the power button are located on the right side. The left side of the pad contains a sim tray. It comes with a dual-box speaker, which is located at the bottom. Read more: Walton to host int’l industrial fair 'ATS Expo' on August 10
While Xiaomi's sub-brand Redmi is popular for manufacturing entry-level to midrange Smartphones, they have also stepped into the tablet market. Recently the brand has introduced the Redmi Pad budget tablet that aims to offer a premium experience at an affordable price. It features a sleek design, a large display, and impressive specs for its price range. It was already launched in India on October 4, 2022. Let’s take a closer look at what Xiaomi's Redmi Pad has to offer and see if it’s worth your money. Key Features of Xiaomi's Redmi Pad Design The Redmi Pad looks great with its all-metal body, weighing in at just 465g and thin at 7.1mm. Its frame design and weight distribution give it a light feel in hand. While the sides are flat, the corners are curved, so you can easily hold it in portrait or landscape. It comes in three colors, Graphite Gray, Moonlight Silver, and Mint Green, with a matte finish, meaning that it will not attract fingerprints. However, the Xiaomi Redmi Pad has no magnetic contact pins on the back like the Xiaomi Pad 5. But if you want, you can connect a wireless keyboard via Bluetooth. The company is supposed to bring out folio cases for the pad, but they haven’t appeared on Xiaomi’s website yet. Read More: Symphony SYMTAB 80 Review: Budget Tablet for Regular Use The Redmi Pad has up to 1TB storage expansion feature via the slot available on the right side (when held vertically). Volume buttons are located along the top edge, with a tiny power button tucked away in the corner of the top edge. Four speaker grilles are spread across the top and bottom. Unfortunately, there’s no 3.5mm headphone jack. Display The Redmi Pad has a 10.61-inch IPS LCD display with 2K resolution with 1200 x 2000 pixels and a 90Hz refresh rate. It can display up to a billion colors, but no HDR10. However, the tablet doesn’t have an oleophobic coating, so you’ll have to wipe it often to avoid fingerprints and smudges. The Redmi Pad has a 10-bit display with a 15:9 aspect ratio and 400 nits of peak brightness. Its bezels are just the right size for a budget tablet. When you view it from the front, you’ll get the best experience, but if you look from an angle, you may see some color shift. Read More: Apple iPad, iPad Pro 2022 Review: World’s most advanced tablets Furthermore, with its Widevine L1 certification, you can watch full-HD content on Netflix and other OTT platforms. It’s also equipped with a quad-speaker setup, tuned with Dolby Atmos, which is loud and clear for the price. The refresh rate makes animations look more fluid, and certain games benefit from it too. You can opt for 60Hz in the settings to conserve battery or set a variable frequency. The tablet will then decide how often the screen is updated. For instance, an e-book doesn’t need 90Hz. Although the Redmi Pad has less peak brightness than the iPad 9, which has 400 nits, it is brighter than the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite 2022. The tablet looks great, with good contrast and colors. However, black levels won’t be as deep as an OLED due to it being an LCD. Read More: Xiaomi Mi Pad 5: An Ideal Tablet to Replace iPad Cameras The Redmi Pad’s camera won’t give you great pictures for social media. Its 8-megapixel rear camera and 8-megapixel front camera are better suited for scanning documents. The dynamic range won’t give you the best results, and colors look washed out. If you want to share photos, it’s better to use your phone. But taking selfies with the front camera is quite satisfactory. Plus, the camera is positioned on the right side of the bezel, so you can look right into it when making video calls. An exciting new feature called Focus Frame is expected in the upcoming updates. Just like Centre Stage on iPad, it will adjust the frame while you move and can even expand the view up to 105 degrees. Hardware and Software The Redmi Pad sports a MediaTek Helio G99 SoC processor, seen in low-cost phones like the Redmi 11 Prime and the Moto G72. This chip provides great performance at an affordable price. The MediaTek Helio G99 SoC ensures users can enjoy popular games like Call of Duty: Mobile, Asphalt 9 Legends, and even Subway Surfers without any lag. You will surely experience smooth gaming at ‘Medium’ graphics and ‘High’ frame rate settings, with a steady 40fps. Read More: Best Budget Graphics/ Drawing Tablet It has three versions, 64GB 3GB RAM, 128GB 4GB RAM, and 128GB 6GB RAM. This Xiaomi tablet is equipped with Android 12-based MIUI 13 software, which delivers a smooth and bug-free experience. You will not detect any stutter when navigating through the user interface, and the portrait/ landscape mode switch is smooth and works like a charm - something you may find hard to come by in tablets of this price range. The MIUI 13 has almost no bloatware - something you don’t often find in Xiaomi products. It compensates with features like split-screen, floating windows, and more! Though some apps don’t have a split-screen natively, Xiaomi is collaborating with developers to bring you the best experience on the Redmi Pad. Read More: January 2023 New Release: Top 10 Upcoming Smartphones in Bangladesh Apps like Instagram and Facebook are designed to capitalize on the big screen, yet some, like Twitter, are just stretched-out mobile versions. MIUI 13 for Pad has a dock at the bottom which stays hidden once you open an app. This dock is adjustable and adds the apps you have recently used to the right side for quicker access. Battery The Redmi Pad packs an 8000mAh battery, promising a full day’s battery life. The continuous use can last for around 15 hours, which is not bad for a tablet with such a big, high-res screen. If you use it for a few hours each day watching videos and scrolling through your feeds, you’ll need to give it a recharge every three or four days. Moreover, it comes with an 18W wired fast charging feature and takes less time to get a full charge. Price of Xiaomi Redmi Pad The Redmi Pad 64GB 3GB RAM version is priced at Rs 14,999 or BDT 18,655 (Rs 1= BDT 1.24); 128GB 4GB RAM costs Rs 17,999 which is BDT 22,386 (Rs 1= BDT 1.24); 128GB 6GB RAM is Rs 19,999 or around BDT 25,000 (Rs 1= BDT 1.24). The official price of the Redmi Pad in Bangladesh may vary due to tax and other issues. Read More: 10 Top Budget Smartphones Released in 2022 Final Words Picking the right tablet requires the perfect match with software and hardware. While the Xiaomi Redmi Pad might not be the most powerful, the battery and display deliver great value for money. If you’re looking for a budget tablet, it’s certainly worth considering.
With the rise of large phones and better-quality displays, the popularity of Tabs has fallen over the past few years. However, for easy tasking and entertainment, people still look for tabs. Symphony has come up with a new budget smart Tab SYMTAB 80 for its consumers. The tab has been released on 6th December 2022. Let’s take a look if the SYMTAB 80 offers anything new. Key Features of Symphony SYMTAB 80 Design The conventional design of the SYMTAB 80 surpasses its pricing point. The dimensions of the tab are 208.3 x 123.7 x 10.4 mm. Weighing 407g, the device is not lightweight. It seems to be tough for users to operate with one hand. The overall design of the tab is attractive and useful. Users will not be able to complain about the design despite the tab's inexpensive cost. The feel of the plastic and poly carbon fiber bodies is mediocre. It provides a stronger grip while shielding the back of the tab from fingerprints. On the rear of the tab are a single camera cutout and a pair of speakers. The primary microphone is located at the bottom of the device. The right side of the device has the volume rocker and power button. A single SIM card slot, a memory card slot, and a 3.5mm audio jack are on the top of the tab. Obviously, customers will obtain more than the bare necessities. The device is available in two colors; Shadow Grey and Midnight Blue. Read More: Apple iPad, iPad Pro 2022 Review: World’s most advanced tablets Display It sports an 8-inch IPS display with a maximum resolution of 1280x800. This is much more expensive than many other entry-level tabs. Screens that are extra-large and of superior quality are unusual in low-cost tabs. The tab's display features a high refresh rate, which contributes to its durability. This indicates that the touch response will be a favorable experience for tab users. The low amount of illumination looks to be a problem. However, with a 269ppi color density on the display, the tablet shows great potential in the image quality section. The display's top right corner has a camera lens with a punch hole. The tab's chin and bezel seem much thicker, and it would be preferable if they were slimmer. Camera Camera on the Back The main camera panel has one camera. The main camera is equipped with an 8MP wide-angle lens. The photos generated by the lens are mediocre, and SYMTAB 80 cameras will create nothing out of the ordinary. The transmitted photographs may have a little warmer tone than expected. Sometimes a certain amount of warm tone enhances the overall appearance of the photographs, while other times it detracts from the atmosphere. In dim conditions, contrast rises. Portrait Mode, Night Mode, Insight Google lens, Motion, Enhanced low-light picture, Slow-motion, and QR Code are among the many functions of the main camera pair. Taking high-quality nighttime photographs takes more caution. Users may capture films at 30 frames per second with a maximum quality of 720p using the main camera. Secondary Camera The front teardrop container conceals a selfie lens with 5 megapixels of resolution. In light of the recent pattern seen in other low-cost tabs, the SYMTAB 80 has included a lens with the highest possible capacity for the front-facing camera. The front lens does little more than increase the picture's overall brightness. Photos taken in this manner come out clear, but the lack of sharpness and details causes the picture to become less detailed and grainy. The images taken in portrait mode are of quality that is mediocre and contribute nothing to the camera's total performance. Read More: Xiaomi Mi Pad 5: An Ideal Tablet to Replace iPad Performance, System, and Graphics Spreadtrum UniSoC SC9863A1 octa-core 28nm CPU powers the tablet. This chipset is more often seen in low-end tabs. In addition to the CPU, a 64-bit PowerVR GE8322 GPU is integrated in the SYMTAB 80. The tab offers both average-performance and low-level games. The 4GB RAM and 32GB internal memory make it a formidable competitor for other manufacturers. Users will find the overall gameplay to be pretty terrible due to the tab's laggy performance while running high- or medium-resolution games such as PUBG, Call of Duty, and Asphalt. Users should avoid playing these games since they are processor-intensive. Android 12 has been utilized as the operating system for the SYMTAB 80. Therefore, it will simplify certain duties and improve the experience. Battery and Charging This gets us to an additional strength of SYMTAB 80. It features a 6250 mAh battery capacity. Regular users may use the SYMTAB 80 for up to two days on a single charge. Users can use the tab for at least a day, even with extensive gaming and video viewing. A 10W charger will be included with the new tab. Once the tab is put into the charger, the battery level increases over three hours. Official Price in Symphony SYMTAB 80 in Bangladesh There is just one SYMTAB 80 model available on the market. It is equipped with 4GB RAM and 32GB ROM. Users will be required to spend 11,500 BDT to get the tab. Read More: Symphony Z47 Review: 90Hz Refresh Rate on a Budget Device Bottom Line The market for inexpensive tabs and tablets is becoming very competitive. It is challenging to thrive among reputed international brands. Symphony has made an attempt with its SYMTAB 80 featuring a smart design, a large screen, standard RAM, good storage, and a reliable battery. Compared to the price, it offers a good package. People seeking a low-cost tablet with the ability to do routine chores may consider the Symphony SYMTAB 80.
Handset brand Symphony has brought new tablet SYMTAB 80 with 8-inch HD Display, 4 GB RAM and a 6250mAh battery to the country's market. The SYMTAB 80 was inaugurated by Mr. Jakaria Shahid, Managing Director of Edison Group, and actor Riaz, Managing Director of Pink Creative. The SymTab 80 will be available in Shadow Gray and Midnight Blue colors from Tuesday at all Symphony outlets only at taka 11,500 (without VAT) with a free gorgeous flip cover and an OTG adapter. Read More: Apple iPad, iPad Pro 2022 Review: World’s most advanced tablets The tablet with 1.6GHz Octa-Core processor with UNISOC chipset and 4GB RAM promises to provide great performance. The GPU has a speed of 550MHz. Besides, it has 32GB internal storage which can be expanded up to 128GB via memory card. New SymTab 80 has 8-megapixel rear camera and a 5-megapixel front camera. Some of the notable features of the SymTab 80 camera are AI, Portrait, Watermark, Night Mode, Google Lens, Enhance Low Light Photo, Slow Motion, Face Beauty, HDR, Flash Light, Display Flash, etc. It’s battery has massive 6250mAh support. A micro 4G SIM can be used in the tab as well. Read More: Xiaomi Mi Pad 5: An Ideal Tablet to Replace iPad Special features of Symphony SYMTAB 80 include Game Mode, Restart Button, Bedtime, Do Not Disturb, Dark Theme, Screen Recorder, Eye Comfort, Kids Space, YT Kids, Google Lens, Digital Wellbeing, Parental Control, Smart Control, and One Hand Mode.
The efficiencies of iPads have significantly increased over the last several years. Nowadays, an Apple tablet is capable of doing a far wider range of tasks than it could in the past. So, many people are simply replacing their business laptops with these incredible gadgets. Let’s take a look at the key features of iPad 2022 (10th generation) and iPad Pro 2022 models. Apple iPad vs iPad Pro: A Comparative Review What are the differences between the iPad from the iPad Pro, and how can you tell which one is the better option for you? Design iPad Pro 2022 model comes in two sizes 11-inch and 12.9-inch. To be quite clear, the iPad Pro is an absolutely delightful piece of hardware. It contains a multitude of cameras. Both the front and back cameras feature depth sensors that might be utilized for augmented reality (AR) or 3D scanning. It operates really fast. The display and speakers are excellent, particularly on the model with a 12.9-inch screen. Read More: Top 10 phones coming to Bangladesh in November 2022 The iPad Pros include screens that employ Apple's ProMotion variable refresh rate technology, much like the iPhone 13 Pro and 14 Pro. These displays have a 120Hz refresh rate, which makes it incredibly easy to browse through content and use the device overall since it is so fluid. The iPad 2022 is the first iPad to fully adopt a full-screen design with narrow bezels rather than the other iPads' traditional big bezels and home buttons. This brings about a number of significant improvements for the iPad. Because currently there is no home button. The fingerprint sensor that is used for Touch ID is now integrated into the power button that is located on the top frame. Read More: vivo V25, V25e Review: Is the Price Difference Justified? No matter how you use the iPad, you won't have any trouble getting to it, and its speed and dependability will live up to your expectations. The improved design also makes room for an enhanced two-speaker landscaping system to be installed. Display Apple is able to fit a substantially bigger display into the same footprint due to the iPad's thinner bezels. The iPad 2022 has a 10.9-inch display, as opposed to the 10.2-inch display of the previous iPad versions. This means extra space for applications, games, and movies. As for the display quality, you have instantly been reminded of the iPad's rudimentary origins. The display has a resolution of 2360 x 1640. In addition, it boasts a maximum brightness of 500 nits and Apple's True Tone display technology. Read More: OPPO F21 Pro 4G Review: Special attraction for Shakib fans However, its display misses many of the luxuries seen on the Air. Specifically, the display is not laminated to the front glass, lacks an anti-reflective coating, and lacks P3 wide color gamut support. The 11-inch iPad Pro 2022 model comes with an 11-inch screen featuring a 2388-by-1668-pixel resolution at 264 pixels per inch (PPI). On the other hand, in the 12.9-inch iPad Pro 2022 model, you get a 2732-by-2048-pixel resolution at 264 PPI in the 12.9-inch display. Not to mention, a larger screen is always a welcome addition, as it makes working with many applications less cramped. Read More: realme C30 Review: An entry-level phone with smooth performance. iPad Pro 2022 models are blessed with Wide color display (P3) technology, True Tone Display and many more features. Camera Additionally, Apple made a number of noteworthy enhancements to the camera system included on the new iPad. It now sports a rear camera with the same 12-megapixel (F/1.8) resolution as the Air. Although it is not the greatest camera on the market, it is now capable of capturing video in 4K resolution, when the model from the previous year could only achieve a maximum of 1080p. iPad Pro has installed Wide and Ultra Wide cameras. The Wide camera features12MP a sensor with ƒ/1.8 aperture; while the Ultra Wide camera sports a 10MP sensor with ƒ/2.4 aperture, and a 125° field of view. You can shoot 4K footage with iPad Pro 2022 models. Read More: Xiaomi 12T Pro Review: Is the hype real? Performance and Software iPadOS 16 offers a wonderful user experience in the iPad Pro 2022 model. It has 64GB RAM. The internal storage ranges from 128GB to 2TB. The iPad Pro 2022 from Apple is equipped with Apple's M2 chip. The fact that this tablet utilizes the same processor as the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro with a 13-inch screen from this year makes it a strong contender for the title of most powerful tablet currently available. Apple claims that the eight-core CPU, which has four performance cores and four efficiency cores, offers an increase in performance of fifteen percent over the M1 processor. The ten-core GPU will offer visuals that are 35% quicker than the M1 GPU. Read More: Motorola Moto Edge 30 Ultra Review: Rebranded for New Market On the other hand, Apple iPad 2022 model is equipped with an A14 Bionic chip. It is run by a 6-core CPU, 4-core graphics, and 16-core Neural Engine. It has 8GB RAM with 64GB or 256GB of internal storage. Battery and Charger 10th-generation iPad is supported by a 28.6‐watt-hour rechargeable lithium‑polymer battery. To tell you the truth, you won’t be blown away by its 10-hour battery life. The limited battery life might have been due to the fact that you will need to incorporate the tablet into your workflow. At the conclusion of each of the first two days of your trip, you will have anywhere between 20 and 30 percent completed. Thankfully, that has not been the case throughout the second half of the weeklong testing that you will be doing, and you will have every reason to believe that the seven to eight hours of usage that you receive each day will continue for the foreseeable future. The implementation of USB-C as the standard port on all iPads, however, has been a blessing in disguise. Because you just need one charger to power your smartphone, laptop, wireless earphones, and your iPad. Read More: Tecno Pova 4 Pro Review: Budget gaming phone with a massive battery The iPad Pro 11-inch has a similar battery experience. While the iPad Pro 12.9 inch comes with a built-in 40.88-watt-hour rechargeable battery. Price of iPad and iPad Pro 2022 The price of iPad Pro and iPad starts from $799 or BDT 81,278 and $449 or BDT 45,674 respectively. The price conversion rate here is $1 = BDT 101.73. Conclusion The Apple iPad and the iPad Pro 2022 models are well-designed gadgets that provide everything one would anticipate receiving from a premium tablet. With these gadgets, the activities of watching videos, playing games, participating in video conferences, surfing the web, writing, and sketching are as productive as ever. Read More: Infinix Zero Ultra Review: Worth the hype? It is difficult to criticize the 2022 iPad and iPad Pro for what it provides, and it is an excellent choice for anyone who is interested in purchasing their first Pro model tablet.