If you’re in the market for a tablet and are looking for the best options priced under Rs. 15,000, you’ve come to the right place. This is a list of tablets under Rs. 15,000 currently on sale in India, with the most recently launched model displayed first. Each tablet is accompanied by its key specifications, which include details about its display, cameras, and storage. If you need, you can also peruse the full specifications, and check out more tablets by the same brand.
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The Redmi Pad is Xiaomi India’s new budget Android tablet offering. The new Redmi tablet aims to strike the right balance by offering a large screen for multimedia consumption along with a performance unit that is no slouch. The Redmi Pad sports an all-metal design with flat sides. The tablet is also fairly thin at 7.05mm and weighs about 465 grams.
There is a 10.61-inch IPS LCD with a 2K (2000x1200 pixels) resolution. Compared to the competition, the Redmi Pad has a slight edge with its 90Hz refresh rate display. The budget Android tablet packs a MediaTek Helio G99 SoC, which makes it gaming friendly. it also packs an 8000mAh battery with support for 18W fast charging out of the box.
The Xiaomi Redmi Pad features an 8-megapixel rear camera and an 8-megapixel front camera. It runs on the Android 12-based MIUI 13 for Pad out of the box. The software is fairly clean and offers a bunch of features that make use of the large screen. Xiaomi has promised to provide two major Android updates and three years of software support for the Redmi Pad.
The Realme Pad is the brand’s first attempt at an Android-powered tablet. It offers capable hardware in a slim package at budget prices. All of this works fine provided you aren’t looking at it as a productivity device.
The tablet has a quality display which is sharp and is bright enough to handle direct sunlight. Keeping media consumption in mind, it offers Widevine L1 certification, which allows for full-HD video streaming quality. Adding to that experience is the quad-speaker audio setup that delivers sound that’s loud and clear enough enough to fill a room.
Software performance is quite smooth, but with just 3GB or 4GB of RAM, this tablet would be best used for running basic apps and not graphically intense games. Battery life is quite good, and the Realme Pad can last about a day and a half with about an hour of gaming and several hours of video playback.
|Tablet Under 15000 In India||Price in India|
|Redmi Pad||Rs. 14,999|
|Nokia T20||Rs. 13,799|
|Realme Pad||Rs. 13,999|
|Realme Pad Mini||Rs. 12,999|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab A8||Rs. 13,928|
|Lenovo Tab K10||Rs. 13,799|
|Motorola Moto Tab G20||Rs. 10,999|
|TCL Tab 10 4G FHD||Rs. 11,999|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite||Rs. 11,999|
|Lava Aura||Rs. 10,999|
|Lava Magnum XL||Rs. 12,999|
|TCL Tab 10s||Rs. 10,999|