Onda V80 SE Tablet PC8.0 inch Android 5.1 - £59.33 @ GearBest
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Onda V80 SE Tablet PC8.0 inch Android 5.1 - £59.33 @ GearBest

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Found 2nd Oct
Main Features:
System: Android 5.1
Allows you to remain connected and productive
Allwinner A64 Quad Core 1.3GHz
Ultra-low-voltage platform and quad-core processing provide maximum high-efficiency power to go
8.0 inch 10-point touch FHD IPS Screen with 1920 x 1080 Resolution
Offers good experience for watching videos and browsing the Web. The 1920 x 1080 resolution boasts impressive color and clarity
2GB DDR3 RAM for Advanced Multitasking
Substantial high-bandwidth RAM to smoothly run your games, photos and video-editing applications
32GB eMMC ROM Storage Capacity
Provides room to store pictures, videos, music and more
128GB TF Card Expansion
Accepts compatible card up to 128GB ( not included ) for easy expansion
Bluetooth 4.0 Interface Syncs with Compatible Devices
Wirelessly transfer photos, music and other media between the computer and your Bluetooth-enabled cell phone or connect Bluetooth wireless accessories

Top comments

otonytonton12 m ago

Like this one belowhttps://www.gearbest.com/tablet-pcs/pp_623843.html



That one has 1GB RAM so more of a comedy tablet
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Original Poster

For the guy that always posts "voting cold, gearbest never have any in stock" - 82 in stock as I post this

Voting cold, only 82 left in stock

Android 5.1! Not sure if there will be any custom ROM support for this.

Would have been better with a more recent version of android but it is under £60.

If anyone finds one that is around this price with 6 or 7 that would be a scorcher of a deal.

randan10 m ago

Would have been better with a more recent version of android but it is …Would have been better with a more recent version of android but it is under £60.If anyone finds one that is around this price with 6 or 7 that would be a scorcher of a deal.



Like this one below


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otonytonton12 m ago

Like this one belowhttps://www.gearbest.com/tablet-pcs/pp_623843.html



That one has 1GB RAM so more of a comedy tablet

Original Poster

randan49 m ago

Would have been better with a more recent version of android but it is …Would have been better with a more recent version of android but it is under £60.If anyone finds one that is around this price with 6 or 7 that would be a scorcher of a deal.

If higher version of android is important search Android 7.0 10.1" 2GB RAM Quad-Core 16GB on eBay and you'll get a tablet with bigger screen, lower resolution and unbranded so hard to research whether it's any good.
Edited by: "bryanhaines399" 2nd Oct

bryanhaines39959 m ago

If higher version of android is important search Android 7.0 10.1" 2GB RAM …If higher version of android is important search Android 7.0 10.1" 2GB RAM Quad-Core 16GB on eBay and you'll get a tablet with bigger screen, lower resolution and unbranded so hard to research whether it's any good.


Find 16gb to be a joke! At least 32gb is better, otherwise it just gets clogged up!

mkara8 m ago

Find 16gb to be a joke! At least 32gb is better, otherwise it just gets …Find 16gb to be a joke! At least 32gb is better, otherwise it just gets clogged up!


So just add a Micro SD card in and set it as internal storage.

reddit1 h, 53 m ago

So just add a Micro SD card in and set it as internal storage.


Hmmm...possibly. But I'd still prefer an internal storage which is slightly larger than 16gb. I've noticed that usually these things slow down sooner when the actual internal storage gets quite filled.

Original Poster

mkara36 m ago

Hmmm...possibly. But I'd still prefer an internal storage which is …Hmmm...possibly. But I'd still prefer an internal storage which is slightly larger than 16gb. I've noticed that usually these things slow down sooner when the actual internal storage gets quite filled.

Amount of RAM effects the speed, or if the storage is almost completely (within a few hundred mb) full. You can move apps and media files to SD card, but if you're even remotely close to filling 16gb with apps then you're actually filling up your RAM with background processes. No amount of extra storage will alleviate slowdowns resulting from this scenario.
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