Android 12 Tablet Headwolf WPad 1 Launching For $199 With 4G LTE And 16MP Camera

The third tablet computer from Headwolf is launching with Android 12 this summer, and that's the Headwolf WPad 1:

It's launching for a price of $199, where buyers will get Android 12, 128GB storage, and 4G LTE with that.

In order to keep the price down, it's powered by a MediaTek MT6762 processor, a chipset mostly used by TCL and Nokia on their smartphones, like the Nokia G10 if you want an indication of the chipsets performance.

Headwolf WPad 1
Headwolf WPad 1

As for all the other specs, the Headwolf WPad 1 features 4GB LPDDR4x RAM, a 10.1-inch screen with a Full HD 1920 x 1200 resolution display, stereo speakers, an 8MP front camera, and a 16MP rear camera with LED.

The battery is a 6600 mAh power battery, with an 8 hour battery life. With 4G LTE included, it also comes with the three main navigation sensors, and then Wi-Fi 5, BT 5.0, a USB C port, and a 3.5mm audio jack.

Not that the location of the audio jack is actually on the bottom of the tablet, so that will clash with some tablet stands if you want to plug in headphones or external speakers to the tablet by cable.

Main dimensions are a weight of 500 grams and a thickness of 8.7mm.

The thing is though, that this tablet is up against real heavyweights like the Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 and the Lenovo Tab M10 Plus (3rd Gen), both of which even costs a little less.

But it's always good to have options.

– Jim Miller