A cheap tablet with no need for WiFi or a SIM card to access the Internet

An intriguing tablet has been released by a company that makes robust products. In contrast to the company’s other products, the Tab 13 tablet is not a tough one. The BlackView Tab 13 has the appearance of a typical tablet yet has remarkable functionality.

An Android tablet
called the BlackView Tab 13 features technologies that enable Internet access without WiFi or a SIM card. This tablet user will be able to access the Internet from anywhere by using SIMO Internet technology, which supports SIM cards in all countries.

Even without a SIM card or WiFi network, you may access the Internet thanks to SIMO’s Virtual Data technology. One factor is that the BlackView Tab 13 features SIMO 1.0 Support, making this technology accessible in nations that are members of the European Union.

UK Mexico and the United States are only valid in Japan and Canada. Future Blackview tablets with SIMO 2.0, another new version, will be able to connect to the network in other countries without requiring a SIM card. The body of the design is neatly square, and the back features a square cutout for the camera.

It has an 8MP selfie camera on the front and a dual camera configuration with 13MP and 0.3MP on the rear. The FHD+ display on the BlackView Tab 13 is believed to have a 10.1-inch screen and be able to block blue light exposure.

The display has been granted Low Blue Light Certification by TUV Rheinland as a human health certification. The Tab 13 is the first device from Blackview to have PC Mode, allowing it to be used as both a tablet and a computer. You can simultaneously use Multi-Window Mode and PC Mode to view live content.

The MediaTek Helio G85 Chipset powers this tablet. It features 6GB of RAM and, like smartphones, can add 4GB of virtual memory expansion to make up to 10GB of RAM. In addition to the 128GB of storage, a microSD card slot that supports expansions of up to 1TB has been included.

It has a big 7280 mAh battery, and it can be used for more than 30 hours on a single charge, according to claims. Additionally, there are dual-box speakers. Double 4G LTE. Additionally, a mechanism called an External Keyboard Interface is employed.

Space Gray and Twilight Blue make up the color. It is equipped with Doke OS 3.0, which is based on Android 12, and will cost $150 (or roughly 600,000 MYR).