The Onda V10 Phablet is a 10.1″ Android tablet with not one, but two SIM card slots giving access to the internet when on the go.
Being a low cost tablet compromises have been made. It’s a little chunky and heavy in the hand, and you only get Android 5.1.
The V10 has been kept fairly free of bloatware or customisation, the most obvious tweak is the lack of app trey.
As you’ll see in the review video, the low price means you’re not getting a brilliant front or back camera, with images looking washed out and video rather choppy.
The audio on the video is surprisingly good, so at least if you want to make a video call you can be sure you’re voice will come across nice and clearly.
The V10 has an IPS screen and in bright light you can end up with lots of reflections, so it’s not great for use outdoors in the sun. 10.1″ is a really nice size for watching media or a bit of casual web browsing, plus if you’re playing games you’ve got a lot of screen to see what’s going on.
Talking of games, while the MTK6735 1.3GHz Quad Core processor processor is OK for basic games it struggles when you throw graphic intensive games at it. As you’ll see in the video below these games are playable, but not at the silky smooth rate you’d like.
The Onda V10 is a mid level tablet that will be fine for general use. The ability to add a SIM card (or two!) is handy for those who want access to the internet on the go and gives it the edge against other low cost, WiFi only, tablets.
The Onda V10 is available to buy from GearBest: http://bit.ly/2nAXDn2