Deal | Big discount makes Lenovo Tab M8 one of the cheapest 4G LTE tablets on the market
Chinese PC maker Lenovo has recently launched its latest Android-based tablets, but devices like the enticing Tab P12 might be out of reach for many prospective buyers due to their relatively high prices. However, the brand also has a noteworthy offer for less-demanding buyers who are looking for one of the cheapest tablets with LTE connectivity.
To be more specific, the company is currently selling the first-gen Lenovo Tab M8 HD Android tablet with the MediaTek Helio A22 processor, rather paltry 2GB of RAM, 32GB of expandable internal mass storage and an HD IPS display for just US$79 including free shipping. Shoppers will have to apply the coupon code "M8TABDEAL" in the shopping cart in order to take advantage of this deal, which shaves 62 percent off the original list price and results in one of the cheapest sale prices we have seen thus far for this particular 4G LTE variant of the Lenovo Tab M8 Gen 1.
Admittedly, this cheap Android 9 tablet has some pretty underwhelming and outdated specs, but its integrated 4G LTE modem can make it a useful gadget for savvy users who plan to use the Lenovo Tab M8 as a mobile hotspot for other devices like a laptop. Before ordering, bargain hunters should note that the tablet is designed to work on Verizon's network and therefore may not support all frequency bands of the two other major carriers in the United States. In conclusion, buyers should keep these caveats and limitations in mind and are also recommended to check out our detailed review of the WiFi version before ordering.
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