Sunday, October 2

Blackview Tab 13: use the internet without Wi-Fi or SIM card | Digital Trends Spanish


Blackview is primarily known for making devices that are designed to withstand harsh treatment, and today the company announced the launch of a tablet that doesn’t require Wifi or one SIM card for users to access the Internet. Tab 13 it’s a bit different from the rest of Blackview’s rugged lineup in that it doesn’t feature any of the protective layers the company is known for. However, its internet connection options make it stand out for reasons alone.

Instead of relying on Wi-Fi or other connection sources, the Tab 13 makes use of SIMO, a service that relies on a digital SIM card (eSim) to keep your devices connected. The exact specifications of how SIMO’s Wi-Fi and SIM-free connection works are not entirely clear at the company’s websitebut the Tab 13 promises an easy and painless connection for SIMO subscribers in more than 135 countries around the world.

Although it doesn’t have the same built-in protection measures as the rest of Blackview’s offerings, the Tab 13 falls in line with other Blackview products as a perfect travel device. Due to things like its SIM-free connection, massive 7280mAh battery cell, and easily portable size, it could be a solid choice for those looking for a reliable tablet to take with them on the go.

Unfortunately, the rest of the tab 13 specs aren’t much to write home about. It runs on Doke OS_P 3.0, which is based on android 12, and has the MediaTek Helio G85 chipset. There is also 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. The tablet features three cameras, but with the low-res 0.3MP lens on the rear, you might as well have two: an 8MP front-facing selfie lens and a 13MP rear-facing camera that will no doubt do all the heavy lifting for you. 0.3MP shooter it’s paired with.

While there’s a lot to be desired when it comes to the Tab 13’s tech specs, it’s not meant to be a flagship powerhouse. Instead, it’s aimed at travelers who aren’t looking to mess around with the hassle of changing SIM cards or finding solid Wi-Fi connections thanks to the SIMO features it comes paired with. It’s worth noting that to use SIMO, device owners will need to purchase a subscription, but thankfully, the plans are relatively cheap and certainly less hassle than navigating multiple SIM cards.

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