Dell Venue 10 5000 Android Tablet review missing

By Alan Ng - Oct 21, 2015

Dell has some great products that will soon be available for massive discounts. One of these is their new 10-inch Dell Venue 10 5000 Series tablet which comes with the latest version of Android and a quad-core processor.

Now, we can take a look at the Dell Venue 10.1-inch 5000 Series Android Tablet specs to give you an idea of what consumers think so far, to see what the tablet is capable of compared to similar products on the market.

For starters, the 10.1-inch IPS multitouch display features a 1280×800 resolution along with an Intel Atom processor Z3735F up to 1.83Ghz and 2GB of included RAM on board.

Elsewhere there is Android Lollipop 5.02, Intel HD based graphics, a 5 megapixel rear camera, 1.2MP front camera and up to 9 hours of battery life.


For storage, there is a choice of 16GB, 32GB or 64GB of internal storage with the option of expanding further with MicroSD card.

Remember that this tablet is not to be confused with the Dell Venue 10 Pro which runs Windows – these new models from Dell are running on the latest version of Android.

Dell currently sells this tablet starting for $299 for the 16GB model, but we have seen that prices will drop under $200 during the busy sales period.

Given that this tablet is brand new, we can see that there are currently no Dell Venue 10 5000 Android tablet reviews available – you can however view the official product listing over at Dell here.

We have included a video below giving you a look at this tablet, so watch that and let us know if you are ready to buy a new Dell tablet for the home next month.

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