SmarTab 7-inch ST7150 Tablet reviews MIA with manual

By Alan Ng - Nov 23, 2017

Those hunting for budget tablets during the busy Holiday season are no doubt taking a look at the mysterious SmarTab 7-inch Tablet which is brand new for 2017 and selling with a huge discount.

The problem is, this budget brand is a complete mystery to many consumers and it is a challenge trying to find any information about this tablet – probably why Walmart plans to sell it for $28.

Here’s what we do know though: SmartTab ST7150 7-inch tablet specs include a 7-inch display with an HD resolution of 1024×600 pixels, quad-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of memory, Micro SD support, Android 7.1 Nougat operating system, front and rear cameras, WiFi, Bluetooth and a 2500mAh battery which should give you a good five hours of battery life.

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Although GPS support on the SmarTab 7-inch ST7150 Tablet is not highlighted by Walmart’s product listing, we have located the official SmartTab ST7150 user manual for you to download which does highlight location settings in the notifications tab, so we assume that it is included.

As you can see from the specs, this is a bare minimum budget tablet which is not going to be able to handle severe multi-tasking. WiFi and Google Play support is included so you’ll still be able to access apps such as Netflix, YouTube and Amazon Video if you are thinking of buying it as a kids tablet.

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Unfortunately, everything else about this tablet is a mystery. At the time of writing, there are no SmarTab 7-inch ST7150 Tablet reviews online anywhere and there isn’t even an official product listing from SmarTab – or Southern Telecom which manages the brand.

That means you may be making a ‘blind’ purchase this Holiday, but for $28 is it worth it? Buy it from Walmart here if you are interested and let us know if you have any questions about this model and we’ll try to help.

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  • henry

    there is not GPS build-in, it has position service, but limited to use network or IP address to identify your location. no much useful.