AT&T has announced their first self branded tablet, the Android 5.0 Lollipop powered Trek HD 4G LTE. This is a fairly big move for the big U.S. carrier, and a big vote of confidence in tablets, as a form factor.
The Trek HD 4G LTE is an 8-inch tablet with 1280×800 resolution display. Powering it is a 1.6 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 400 SoC with 1GB of RAM. Internal storage clocks in at 16GB, with room to slide in a 32GB microSD card for expanded space.
When it comes to keeping the lights on, a 4060mAh battery is said to provide up to 8 hours of juice. Keeping the device connected is made simple, AT&T has equipped the tablet with all the radios for their own LTE network, allowing you to connect through their DataConnect or Mobile Share Value plan for as low as $10 per month.
For more info, AT&T has started with a Trek HD Mobile Minute video clip, here, check it out.
Affordability is the name of the game here. AT&T is offering up the tablet for as little as $49 with qualifying agreement. That works into a $199.00 purchase outright, or $10 per month for 20 months on AT&T’s Tablet Installment plan. Head on over to the AT&T page for more information, or to order up your new Trek HD 4G LTE. Sales start today May 12th, online, look for the tablet in stores on May 15th.
Source: Android Authority
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