TCL Tab Pro 5G is a Verizon exclusive designed to dethrone Samsung


As we’ve documented plenty of times, the Android tablet market is in a weird place. But that hasn’t stopped companies like Samsung, Lenovo, and now, TCL from releasing new options. The latest of which comes from TCL and is named the Tab Pro 5G. But unlike the other options that you might be considering, the Tab Pro 5G is a Verizon exclusive, meaning that you won’t be able to find it anywhere else or without cellular connectivity.

TCL’s latest tablet features a 10.36-inch 1200×1200 LCD display, while being powered by the Snapdragon 480 5G and 4GB of RAM. It also includes 64GB of storage, which is expandable via a microSD card to add up to an additional 1TB.

Battery life is rated to last “all day” thanks to its 8,000mAh capacity, but it can also be used to reverse charge your smartphone if you’re in a pinch. Recharging the Tab Pro 5G might take awhile, however, as TCL only includes 18W “fast” charging capabilities.

Thanks to TCL’s NXTVISION display technology, the Tab Pro 5G includes features such as SDR-to-HDR upscaling, along with adaptive brightness. And if you’re the type that likes to use their tablets as a camera, you might enjoy the 13MP sensor found on the back.

As we mentioned before, the only way you can get your hands on TCL’s latest tablet is to go through Verizon. It’s equipped with mmWave 5G connectivity, along with the lower-band spectrum that you might be more accustomed to.

Pricing for the Tab Pro 5G starts at $399, and it’s only available in one color configuration; Black. When you add the tablet to your plan, you can also subsidize the pricing a bit, paying either $16.66 per month for 24 months or $13.33 per month for 30 months. And for a limited time, if you add the TCL Tab Pro 5G to your Verizon plan, you’ll be able to save up to $100 with the purchase of select Android smartphones.

The TCL Tab Pro 5G is available today and you can hit the button below to grab one.

TCL Tab Pro 5G at Verizon


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