Walmart is launching cheap new Android 10 tablets in May under their inhouse Onn brand, where these Walmart tablets are simply called Onn 8 and Onn 10.1.
The specs on the $129 Walmart Onn 10.1 are higher then you might expect, though it’s usually been the quality that has been the issue with these tablets anyway.
Onn 10.1 has Android 10, a Full HD display, an octa-core 2.0 GHz MediaTek MT8768WA processor, 3GB of RAM, and 32GB of storage, which is a bump up from last year.
It even has 5MP front and rear cameras, and a claimed 10 hour battery life.
The Onn 8 is a $99 tablet with Android 10, an HD display, another 2.0 GHz MediaTek MT8768WA octa-core processor, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, and 5MP front and rear cameras too.
This tablet is supposed to have a 10 hour battery life as well. I think this is actually a custom Walmart processor.
Walmart is not very enthusiastic about these tablets, hence the lack of really detailed specs sheets. But here they are anyway.
The benchmark scores clearly states that these Onn tablets achieve nothing more than single-core scores of 731 and multi-core scores of 3400 on Geekbench 4. To put it into perspective, even the latest iPod achieves single-core scores of 2700. Yes an iPod.
– Tom Bowen