best tablets under 15000

With the increase in the pace of human life, gadgets are getting smaller day by day and becoming more powerful and complicated. One such gadget is the tablet which is a blend between a computer and a mobile device. From clicking snapshots to heavy gaming and even doing your office work, everything can be easily handled by these devices. What can be better than using a sleek, compact and a powerful device in your daily to daily life? Look at the online marketplace, and you can get a range of tablets starting from only Rs. 3000, but buying a right tablet that suits your purpose well can be a herculean task in itself. To narrow your search here are the list of top five tablets under Rs. 15,000, which are value for your money.

Lenovo Yoga Tab 3

Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 review

If you need a performance oriented device and you want to use the best in class sound, great display and insane battery backup, then there is nothing better than this Lenovo Yoga Tab 3. It comes with an 8mp front and rear camera, 20.32 cms HD IPS display, 1.3 Ghz Qualcomm processor and you get all this gold in the price of a stone.

Pros:

If I start talking about its pros, then the list can go on. Some of the features that I want to highlight are as follows.

  • Innovative Design of the Tab provides a nice grip when holding the tablet in landscape orientation.
  • A Rotating Camera with 180 degree. Use it as Front facing and as a Primary camera.
  • Dolby Atmos audio enhancement audio enhancement
  • Camera Quality in Daylight is Very Good
    6200mAH battery providing Good talk-time till Day END.
  • Stereo Speakers – Dolby Atmos audio enhancement audio enhancement.
Cons:

With all the list of features, this device has put on some weight of 471 Gms that can be a bit heavy for someone. You also get a low ram of only 1 GB that can be annoying when blended with the aged Android 5.1.1 OS.

Samsung Galaxy J max

Samsung Galaxy J max review

Samsung’s J series was a big hit ever since it got launched in 2015, and with all those success dna inside Samsung presented their budget tablet the Galaxy J max at a price of only 13,000INR. The device is powered with a 1.5 GHz cortex A7 quad core processor, 8gb of internal memory which can be extended up-to 128gb all these coupled with Android v5.1 OS, that performs heavy tasks with an ease.

Pros:

The device has a 7inch TFT display with a resolution of 800*1280pixels which acts as a perfect blend for watching movies. Other noticeable pros are its 1.5 GB ram, 4000 Mah battery and the Volte feature that comes handy.

Cons:

The device does not come with an Android marshmallow which can be a disadvantage; moreover the front camera is extremely poor as it is only 2mp. We can only hope that Samsung makes some changes with the J max in the near future.

Asus FE380CG Tablet

Asus FE380CG Tablet review

Asus- The brand that defines performance. We all are familiar with Asus products while going to buy a computer. This brand did a great job with their flagship Zenphone series in India. Well talking about their zenpad series this tablet is powered with a Intel Atom processor with a clock speed of 1.33Ghz. This device also comes with a 8inch LED backlit IPS panel with a 10 finger multi-touch support and anti- fingerprint coating.

Pros:

The 8inch IPS display shows vivid range of colours and the view angle is really worth talking about. You can even get a free 1.5 GB lifetime Asus web storage space

Cons:

The 1 GB ram is really a downside for this product. Moreover, Asus needs to provide better after sales service to get good customers.

HP Stream 8 Tablet

HP Stream 8 Tablet review

When comes to brand value HP is the most talked brand among us. This sleek gadget comes with windows 8.1 OS coupled with a 1.8 GHz Intel quad core processor, 1 GB ram, and 32 GB of rom powered with a 4000 mah Lithium polymer battery.

Pros:

It’s more of a mini pc than of a tablet. The inbuilt Windows 8.1OS can be upgraded to Windows 10. Touch is super sensitive and a best buy if anyone wants a Windows device at a low-price bracket.

Cons:

It does heat up sometimes after heavy usage, battery backup can be a disappointment for someone and storage in this device can only be extended up to 32Gb.

iBall Slide Q27 Tablet

iBall Slide Q27 Tablet review

If you want a power packed device, then this iball Slide Q27 is the best buy and it comes only at a price of 13,999INR. Powered with a cortex A53 64bit 1.3 GHz quad core processor, 2 GB of ram, 16 GB of flash memory- this device is an icon in itself.

Pros:

The device comes with latest Android 6.0 Marshmallow with Volte support for enhanced HD calling, excellent power backup and the 10.1” IPS display makes the colours ratio more vivid.

Cons:

Built quality isn’t top notch. Though the tab has dual integrated speakers, still the sound isn’t that great and iBall should work upon the 5mp rear camera in order to gain more customers.

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