Best Tablets Under Rs 15,000 With Decent Features And Performance

Thankfully, the technology has advanced to a level where in a limited budget of Rs 15,000 also you can get a decent tablet. A lot of reputed brands like Samsung, Lenovo and Panasonic have tablets in this bracket. Listed below are some of the options.
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If you’re for a tablet and are looking for the best options under Rs 15,000, then you’ve come to the right place. We have listed here some of the best tablets under Rs 15,000 that are easily available 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.
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Table with Tablets under 15,000 along with its features:
Tablets under Rs 15,000 Features
Lenovo Tab M10 FHD Plus Tablet Metallic body
Panasonic Tab 8 HD Tablet Increases productivity
Lenovo Calling Tab 8 18 hours of battery life
I KALL N15 4G Calling Tablet Sturdy Body
Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 Easy to carry

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Lenovo Tab M10 FHD Plus Tablet

The Lenovo Tab M10 FHD Plus Tablet is a great choice for those who wish to have a stylish gadget. The premium metallic body, clean design and rounded edges are enough to take your breath away. Enjoy dynamic visuals on a larger screen edged with narrow bezels. The 10.3-inch FHD display enhances the visual details to give you a theatre-like experience.

Android Pie OS offers exclusive features like the dark mode, adaptive brightness, app timer and more. Explore new movies and series everyday with 32 GB internal storage, expandable up to 2 TB.


Panasonic Tab 8 HD Tablet

If you wish to have a tablet that will conveniently fit in your pocket or handbag, then the Panasonic Tab 8 HD Tablet should be your answer. This tablet comes with Android 9.0 Pie Mediatek Octa core Processor for smoother and faster experience to elevate your productivity.

Powering the tablet is the Android Pie v9.0 Operating System with Mediatek 2.0 GHz Octa Core Processor along with a 5100mAh battery.

Lenovo Calling Tab M8

The Lenovo Tab M8 (2nd Gen) is an impressive little tablet. It features a sleek metal construction, a spectacular HD display, and a Dolby Audio tuned speaker that come together to bring you enjoyable entertainment with luxury appeal. With a quad-core processor and up to 18 hours of battery life, this tablet will keep you engaged all day with your favorite apps from the Google Play Store.

With Android 9 Pie, a quad-core processor, and a battery that provides up to 18 hours of web browsing, the Tab M8 is your key to non-stop entertainment.


I KALL N15 4G Calling Tablet

Featuring an impressive 10-inch display, the I KALL N15 4G Calling Tablet makes video calling an enjoyable experience. This tablet comes replete with an 8MP camera on the rear and a 5MP front camera.

It is the Android 9.0 pie with 1.6 Ghz Quad Core that makes multitasking so easy on the tablet. Due to its sturdy body and pocket-friendly price you can let your kids also play with it.



Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0

The Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 has a compact frame that’s easy to carry with one hand, making it a perfect blend of performance and design. The tab packs a punch with a brilliant 1280x800 pixel display. The 16:10 screen ratio is designed for an immersive viewing experience both in portrait and landscape mode.

The 5,100mAh battery gives you the freedom to forget about the charger for long periods of time when you have somewhere to go or lots to watch.


Frequently Asked Questions:



  1. How much RAM is enough for a tablet?
    Most tablets come with 2GB, 3GB, 4GB or 6GB RAM. Using a tablet that has 2GB RAM will work fine for you. However, a 6GB RAM tablet will surely perform better.
  2. What is the lifespan of a tablet?
    Tablets have a more limited life expectancy as compared with laptops. They can perform well for as long as two years, after which if the software isn't upgraded, it might require consistent fix.
  3. Is it OK to leave a tablet on all day?
    These days the gadgets have built-in circuit boards that shield them from overheating, overcharging or voltage spiking so it is alright to leave a tablet connected constantly.
  4. How to protect your tablet?
    The simple answer is by taking good care of your tablets. Never leave your tablet under direct sunlight for prolonged hours. You should always carry your tablets in a case. And use a screen protector to protect your display screen.

DISCLAIMER: The Times of India's journalists were not involved in the production of this article.

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