HTC A101 Plus Edition: Budget Tablet Arrives with Unisoc Chipset

The HTC A101 Plus Edition has arrived in Russia, with updated specifications from the original model. It is a budget-oriented tablet, and may only be launched in select countries which was also the case with the original HTC A101. In this article, you will find all the details including the design, specifications, and pricing of the HTC A101 Plus Edition tablet.


HTC A101 Plus Edition

The tablet comes with a typical design language with a square camera module housing camera sensors and LED flashlight. Being a budget-oriented device, the bezels are visible. The tablet has two color options including gray and silver. There should have been more color options so that the device would be liked by the youth. The tablet measures 256.6 x 168.2 x 7.5mm and weighs 501 grams. Overall, the tablet looks sophisticated with its clean design language.


Now let’s check out the specifications and other details of the tablet. HTC A101 Plus Edition features a 10.95-inch WUXGA IPS display. It has a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels and a 16:10 aspect ratio. Moving to the camera department,  the tablet gets a 13MP dual camera setup on the rear side. For selfies, the HTC A101 Plus Edition features an 8MP front camera sensor.

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HTC A101 Plus Edition

Coming to the performance, the tablet gets the power from Unisoc T606 chipset that is paired with 8GB RAM and 12GB internal storage. The tablet also gives an expandable storage option with up to 256GB via microSD card.

One of the good things about the tablet is that it comes with the latest Android 14 OS. The tablet allows you to stay connected and secure with features like Wi-Fi 802.11 dual-band, Bluetooth 5.0, USB Type-C, dual nanoSIM slots, and convenient face unlock.

Pricing & Opinions

HTC A101 Plus Edition comes at a price tag of RUB 15,990, translating to $174. It is available only in Russia for now, while there is no information regarding availability in other regions.

Now, let’s talk about my opinions on the latest HTC tablet. Talking about the pros, it offers the latest software experience and decent storage. However, this model is targeted at a budget market, and hence there are compromises made; such as the old Unisoc processor. It would have been better if HTC opted for a better processor. For example, the Redmi Pad SE which is a similarly priced tablet offers Snapdragon 680. Also, the company should bring more brighter color options so that there is more variety to choose from.

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