In case you missed it, Lenovo just released a couple of budget 7 inch tablets into the market. One is a music-minded tablet, which you can check out here. The other is the Lenovo A3000, which is a quad core gaming tablet with 3G capabilities and Android 4.2 Jelly Bean out of the box at an affordable price. If you wanted a more affordable option to the 3G version of the Galaxy Tab 3 7.0, the Lenovo A3000 is it.

Lenovo A3000 Front

The Lenovo A3000 is a notable upgrade over the musically-inclined A1000. It too sports a 7 inch WSVGA screen (1024 x 600), but rather than a basic TFT screen, it uses an IPS display. The difference in image quality between the two tablets is very apparent and while the text won’t be any sharper, it just looks better.

It also features a 1.2GHz quad core MediaTek processor coupled with 1GB RAM. That makes it a very capable gaming machine that can run just about any game you throw at it. Add 16GB of internal storage and you’ve got a multimedia machine as well that can store your entire music library and a few videos too.

Lenovo A3000 Back Cover

Probably the best thing I like about it is that it supports 3G data and dual SIM functionality at an SRP of just Php9,999. That’s pretty impressive considering the 3G version of the Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 costs at least four thousand bucks more. You get the assurance that you’re buying from a trusted brand like Lenovo without having to spend nearly as much.

Lenovo A3000 Dual SIM

If you’re looking for a solid gaming tablet with 3G capabilities, or just a do-it-all tablet that won’t break the bank, the Lenovo A3000 is for you.

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JM Balicano

Back when I started MobileTechPinoy in 2012, phablets weren't a thing yet. I enjoyed the stares I got from iPhone owners whenever I whipped out my Samsung Galaxy Note at the time. I'm much more budget-conscious these days though and am perfectly fine with using phones from any of our locally brands.


    “…considering the 3G version of the Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 costs at least four thousand bucks more.”

    So the SGT 3 7.0 costs around 177,920 pesos? Please fix this as “bucks” is most often referred as USD.

      True, a buck is often referred to as a dollar, but it is also used to refer to “money” in general.

      (1) : dollar 3b (2) : a sum of money especially to be gained make a quick buck; also : money — usually used in plural

    my money’s on the Novo7Tech iFive X2. Except for 3G, every other specs beats almost every other competing tablet. Better still, it costs only P9299.

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