If you are looking for an inexpensive smartphone, there’s a pretty wide selection of such devices. If you are in luck, you can even grab a unit for free. But what if you need a cheap tablet? Worry not, there are a few devices worth your attention out there and starting this Friday, there’s going to be one more as AT&T is about to sell Trek 2 HD Android tablet for just a buck.
The Trek 2 HD is on its way to AT&T. The supports LTE and you wouldn’t believe how cheap it is.
Obviously, that’s not full retail price – that would be simply impossible. In order to buy the Trek 2 HD for only $1 you will have to sign a two-year contract with AT&T. Alternatively, you can have the tablet for $7.50 per month over 20 months. Or, if you don’t want any sort of commitment, you can pay $150 upfront and walk away with the slate without signing any agreements.
As for the tablet, it’s a follow up to last year’s Trek HD which was released by AT&T in May 2015. Apparently, the carrier was happy enough with sales result to launch a second generation. Just like its predecessor, the Trek 2 HD is a pretty modest offering. It features an 8-inch screen with 800 x 1280 resolution and is powered by an octa-core 1.5GHz Snapdragon CPU, most likely the 615 version. The chip is paired with 2GB of RAM and there’s 16GB of internal memory with a microSD card slot which will let you expand the storage up to 128GB.
The tablet is equipped with two cameras, one on the back and one on the front, both of which are of 5-megapixel type. The battery has the capacity of 4,600 mAh which should be enough to give you up to 10.5 hours of usage time, and moreover it comes with Quick Charge technology. Other key features include Type-C connector, dual front-facing Dolby Audio speakers, 4G LTE connectivity and Android 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box.
The Trek 2 HD may not be the most high-end offering, but if you are looking for an affordable tablet, it will get the job done. The device will be available for purchase online and AT&T stores starting August 5.
source: PR Newswire