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Let’s face it. Android tablets have become a somewhat niche product these days. Usually, you’ll find one used by children for their games and videos. I have even seen a few who really use it like a phone.

Huawei MediaPad T3 8.0 FeaturedHuawei is one of those companies which still show focus in this market, and the MediaPad T3 is a perfect case in point.

Considered as a budget tablet, MediaPad T3 is primarily geared for basic day to day use. That means social media, music, video, maybe email, and some light games. Some of its apps are also designed for children.

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Specifications

Material Metal
Dimensions Height: 211.07 mm
Width: 124.65 mm
Depth: 7.95 mm
Weight Approx 350 g (Battery Included)
Color Space Grey
Display 8.0″ IPS Display, 1280 x 800 HD+
Processor Snapdragon 425
OS Android 7 + EMUI 5.1
RAM 2GB
Storage 16GB (Expandable up to 128GB)
Rear Camera 5MP
Front Camera 2MP
Connectivity LTE
Battery 4,800mAh
SRP PhP6,490
Huawei MediaPad T3 8.0 Featured
Huawei MediaPad T3 8.0 Review
Our Verdict
If you need a simple, straightforward, child-friendly, and most importantly affordable tablet, the Huawei MediaPad T3 8.0 is a good choice. It's built-well, has chilld-friendy apps, and performs decent for any light day to day task. Oh, and not to mention it can game as well. Now, the user experience isn't the smoothest out there. The processor may not be the latest, but it does the job. As for the camera, it's decent, but don't expect much. The software is ridiculously outdated, but again, it works. Then there's the battery life, which is nothing short of stellar. For PhP6,490, it's a tablet that does the job, but does not excel at doing it.
Design and Build Quality
Performance
Camera
Software
Battery
Price
What's Good
Well-made, sturdy, and feels premium
Child-friendly
Decent camera performance
Can game a bit
Great battery life
Properly priced
What's Not
UI Performance is average at best
Severely outdated software
Uses a very old processor
Only 16GB of storage
3.9

Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.