Alcatel has released an Android Marshmallow tablet without you having to break the bank, the Alcatel POP 7 LTE, available for a budget $130.
Built for T-Mobile, the 7-inch POP 7 LTE tablet packs a whopping 1,024 x 600 pixels of HD display with Oleophobic coating, a Qualcomm Snapdragon quad-core processor clocked at 1.1 GHz, 1 GB of RAM, 8 GB of available storage that is expandable up to 32 GB if ever you need more and a 3,240 mAh battery.
The latest tablet from Alcatel is also equipped with the Android 6.0 Marshmallow that runs on a few latest tablets along with Google-owned slates, such as the Nexus 7 and Nexus 9 from Google.
You can enjoy all of these and more for such an affordable price of $129.99, making this machine sweet. Should you wish to get the tablet on an installment plan via T-Mobile, you have to fork out $5.42 a month for 24 months.
On a press release Alcatel has pushed out on April 20, the company announced that the rolling out of the POP 7 LTE is part of its promise to push out a high-end yet affordable mobile device to the public.
"With the POP 7 LTE, T-Mobile customers are getting a value-packed tablet that delivers just that and more; delivering an easy to use and customizable pure Android experience along with great performance for being connected on the go," said Jon Maron, vice president of Marketing and Communications for Alcatel, North America.
The company says the POP 7 is a portable device, making it perfect if you're always on the go. It promises a pure Android Marshmallow experience for its users. On top of that, it says users can expect the device to be very easy to use and fast.
You can also fully customize Alcatel's LTE tablet and experience all-new Android functionalities, such as the latest Google Now on Tap, to provide a curated and more intuitive user experience. With this feature, looking for restaurants, music, movie reviews and more information is simply a tap away with the use of the device.
In February, during the MWC 2016, Alcatel lifted the veils off its three newest mid-range smartphones, the Pop 4, Pop 4+ and Pop 4S. These handsets, featuring competitive prices and sporting a big amount of visual customization, are aimed at customers in their early '20s.