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TCL’s new Tab Pro 5G has debuted in the United States

TCL’s new Tab Pro 5G tablet has arrived in the United States. This mid-range tablet costs up to $399 in the United States. People can purchase it from any nearby store and e-commerce site. However, you can get this tab in only one variant: 4 GB + 64 GB. The Tab is powered by an 8000mAh battery which lasts up to 17 hours. In this article I’ll tell you what specifications will be given with this newly launched tab, so let’s have a look.

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The Tab features a full HD display.

The tablet boasts a 10.36-inch Full HD + IPS LCD with a resolution of 1200×2000 pixels. The HDR display’s maximum brightness is 330 nits.

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Available in Metallic Black color.

Apart from that, the tab comes with robust bezels and rounded edges. You can buy this tab in an attractive Metallic Black color.

The Tab offers a 4GB Ram.

When it comes to the RAM the Tab has four gigabytes of RAM and 64 gigabytes of internal storage.

Tab supports Android 11.

Talking about the operating system, this tab runs on Android 11 and is powered by a Snapdragon 480 CPU.

Capture your memorable moments in HD quality.

On the rear panel of this tab, a 13-megapixel autofocus camera will be seen which allows to capture photos and shoot videos in High definition quality. Along with this, the company also included an 8-megapixel front camera for taking selfies.

Edit images with AI Sky Enhancement.

The tab allows users to animate clips with stop motion mode, include real-time filters, and edit with AI Sky Enhancement and Object Eraser options. The Tab also has the camera’s Nxtvision technology that allows users to adjust colors, sharpness, and contrast of images after being captured. Overall, the tablet can help users to accomplish daily digital needs, such as video conferencing, gaming, photography, or streaming.

Riya

Riya is a technology enthusiast and an avid researcher. She writes about consumer tech, hacking, and technology consumer issues at TheDigitalHacker.
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