Highlight of each tablet
TudoCelular has been preparing several guides to help you choose your next cell phone to buy, in addition to other interesting electronics. And of course we couldn’t forget the tablets. We have already listed the best premium models and also those intermediate ones that are between R$ 1 thousand and R$ 2 thousand, which you can check in the links below.
The models below are the best options found on the domestic market for less than R$1,000, for those who want a simpler model to read the news, watch series or even play games.
The tablet market is currently quite tepid, with no major launches, but it is still possible to find interesting options for each type of consumer.
And as we do in all guides, we always look for the products with the best cost-benefit ratio. Models are listed in order of price and this may change with the constant variation in offers.
Multilaser M7S Plus
We started our list with the cheapest one, Multilaser’s M7S Plus. It costs less than R$300, so don’t expect a tablet with a recent version of Android or a lot of memory. It is a product for those who want to save money and have only a basic experience.
Its processor is quad-core and comes with 1 GB of RAM, which allows you to use one or two apps at the same time. Its internal memory is only 8 GB, which is enough to install a decent amount of apps, but don’t expect to be able to install many games. It has a rear and front camera and help break the branch when you don’t have your cell phone around.
DL Kids C10
If you’re interested in the M7S Plus because it’s cheap and you’re thinking about buying it for your little one, you might want to consider DL’s Kids C10, which is similarly priced and comes with a silicone case to make it more scratch-resistant. falls. Its screen is 7 inches, features a quad-core processor and 1 GB of RAM with 8 GB of storage.
It has intuitive software for children to use easily for both playing and watching movies, listening to music and even social networks and the internet.
Multilaser Kid Pad Plus
Another affordable option for children is Multilaser’s Kids Plus model, which also offers the same screen size and quad-core processor, but comes with more internal memory than the DL model, which allows you to install more apps and games.
The difference of this model here is that it was designed for children and comes with exclusive Avengers or Frozen content. The tablet also comes with a rubberized cover that protects it from falls and there are parental controls for parents to control what their children do on the internet.
Low cost tablets usually come with an older version of Android, if you insist on having at least Android 9 Pie, then the cheapest option from a trusted brand is the PTB7RSG from Philco, It also has a quad-core processor like the Multilaser options, but here it comes with 16 GB of storage to install several apps.
Having only 1 GB of RAM may seem little for a tablet in this price range, but it comes with the Go version of Android, the same one that equips more basic cell phones and weighs less than the traditional version of Pie. There’s also 3G connectivity if you intend to use the tablet away from home.
If you’re looking for a recent launch in the national market, there’s the PTB10RSG that bets on good value for money. It comes with a 10-inch screen with IPS LCD panel and MediaTek MT6580 processor combined with 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal space. The battery is also 5,000 mAh like the 10-inch Multilaser we’ve listed.
Its Android is 9 Pie, however, not the simplest Go version of the cheapest model listed above. There’s also 3G connectivity so you don’t have to be stuck at home using your tablet or relying on public Wi-Fi.
Cheap tablets usually have a small screen and a rather weak configuration. If you’re after a good model with a 10-inch screen without paying too much, Multilaser’s M10A can be an interesting option. It costs on average the same as the Philco that we listed just above and also has a quad-core processor and 32 GB of storage.
Its 10-inch screen features HD resolution and an IPS panel, unlike others in the segment with a simpler screen and poorer image quality. There is a 5 MP camera on the back and a 2 MP camera on the front for selfies and video calling. Its 5,000 mAh battery guarantees good autonomy, even when using the tablet’s 3G connection.