Top 3 tablet recommendations for Nigeria

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Here are my recommendations, and why. All three tablets run Android Jelly Bean 4.2, so software-wise they are up-to-date.

1] TECNO Phantom Pad Mini P9

Tecno Pad Mini P9
Why: 7 inches is portable. SIM slot for 3G mobile data. After-sales support. Awesome price. About N30,000.

2] Orbra Inferno

Orbra inferno
Why: 7 inches is portable. Great display. Great battery life. SIM slot for 3G mobile data. After-sales support. Good price. About N50,000.

3] Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 edition

Why: 10.1 inches with stylus is good for specialised use e.g. graphics, drawing, presentations and other productivity uses. The power user’s dream. Micro-SIM slot for 3G mobile data. Great battery life. Price: About N110,000.

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  1. Is the Tecno phantom pad (N9) really 7″? Personally I will go for the Tecno phantom pad mini (P9). 7″ too, 3G data, Dual SIM, better ppi (272) and cheaper (30k).

  2. @Emma, pls where can one get the P9 for 25k? That is a price to die for. I only know of slot selling it for 30k.

  3. I think the LG G Pad 8.3 should make the top 3. it’s in the same price range as the Orbra tab with a bigger screen and more RAM. only drawback is that it’s wifi only

  4. For the first time, I have seen a tecno product that beats a similar offering in the samsung line. I stand corrected though but the TECNO Phantom Pad Mini P9 beats the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 and Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 lite hands down spec for spec.

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