Best Tablets Under 30,000 In India

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In this article, We listed the Best Tablets Under Rs.30,000 available in the Indian market. We have given utmost significance to the following features while describing the products.

  • Design & Build
  • Display Quality
  • Performance
  • Camera Quality
  • Battery Life
  • Connectivity
  • Verdict

Oh! now you know what all is possessed in our article. So quickly, get ready to jump into the experience of some exceptional scripts after which you would surely land on the best conclusion.

List Of Best Tablets Under 30,000 In India

Last Updated on 8th July 2021

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1. Apple iPad 2020 (8th Gen)

Apple iPad 2020 1
Design 95%
Display 90%
Performance 90%
Camera 90%
Battery 90%

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Detail Overview :

Apple iPad (2020) Wi-Fi tablet was launched on 15th September 2020. The tablet comes with a 10.20-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 2160×1620 pixels at a pixel density of 264 pixels per inch (ppi). As far as the cameras are concerned, the Apple iPad (2020) Wi-Fi on the rear packs an 8-megapixel camera. It sports a 1.2-megapixel camera on the front for selfies.

Apple iPad (2020) Wi-Fi packs 32GB of inbuilt storage. The Apple iPad (2020) Wi-Fi measures 250.60 x 174.10 x 7.50mm (height x width x thickness) and weighs 490.00 grams. It was launched in Gold, Silver, and Space Gray colors.

Design & Build :

The new iPad isn’t all that new in terms of design. In fact, it looks and feels almost exactly the same as the iPad from 2019, although that’s not per se a bad thing. The design is sold enough for this price point, even though it may feel a little dated when compared to Air and Pro iPads.

You’ve got the choice of silver, Space Gray or gold colors, which are the same options we’ve seen over the last few years. You’ll have to buy the Air for the bold new Sky Blue, green and Rose Gold colors. Dimensions-wise, the tablet is 250.6 x 174.1 x 7.5mm, and the Wi-Fi version weighs 490g, while the LTE variant is a touch heavier at 495g.

Display Quality :

It seems that Apple has settled on this for the optimum screen size for its most affordable tablet, after upgrading it from 9.7 inches to 10.2 inches for the 2019 generation. You’re gaining a modest half-an-inch of screen real estate if you’re upgrading from a basic iPad 2018 or earlier.  Apple also increased the brightness to 500 nits, which was noticeable when we compared this iPad to last year’s version. You may not realize it without comparing the two side by side, but it’s a useful upgrade using an iPad outdoors in the daytime.

Oh, the iPad 2020 has a perfectly fine resolution of 2160 x 1620, but the refresh rate remains 60Hz instead of 120Hz, and the LED screen isn’t tightly pressed up against the top glass.

Performance :

The iPad 10.2 has an upgraded chipset compared to the last two iPad models with Apple’s A12 Bionic processor. It’s not Apple’s latest, having first Z debuted in the iPhone XS and iPhone XR smartphone, but a solid replacement for the last-gen iPad’s A10 Fusion chipset. 

You’ve got the option of 32GB or 128GB for storage sizes, and there’s no microSD support here so whatever option you opt for will be the storage you’ll have for the tablet’s whole lifetime. If you’re planning to download a lot of apps and you don’t want to run out of space, we’d recommend opting for the 128GB variant.

Camera Quality :

Apple has included an 8MP rear shooter with f/2.4 aperture. Images taken with it appear sharp and with strong colors, but again you’re not going to be blown away by what it can do if you have a relatively powerful phone camera. On the front is a 1.2MP front-facing selfie camera, which we would have liked Apple to improve for this generation of tablets – as we’re all now making much greater use of video calling, it would have been a sensible time for the company to improve the selfie shooter.

That said, this is still good enough to get you through the odd video call, even if it won’t be as good as a dedicated webcam.

Battery Life & Connectivity :

The new iPad 2020 has strong battery life, and it’s likely you’ll find that a relief as most want a tablet to be able to last for as long as possible between recharges. Each iPad generation has offered strong battery life, and there’s no change here with us finding that the slate can last for around 10 hours of video playback from a single charge.

We don’t know how big the battery is inside the iPad 10.2, but it works well and it’s likely to be a similar size to the 8,827mAh that was inside the last-gen device.

Verdict :

Apple iPad 10.2 is a good option in this price bracket, which provides lag-free entertainment overall. It has a decent configuration, which is capable of providing good performance. Furthermore, the quality primary camera offers crisp and clear photography and videography experience. Reasonable storage allows it to save a lot of files and documents. However, the presence of voice calling would have made it a perfect option to go for.

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2. Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite

Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite 1
Design 90%
Display 90%
Performance 90%
Camera 90%
Battery 90%

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Performance

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Battery & OS

Detail Overview :

Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite tablet was launched in April 2020. The tablet comes with a 10.40-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 2000×1200 pixels. Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite is powered by a 1.7GHz octa-core processor. It comes with 4GB of RAM. The Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite runs Android 10 and is powered by a 7040mAh non-removable battery.

Design & Build :

The overall footprint of the tablet is the same, but with a slightly smaller display at 10.4-inches, and the use of two instead of four AKG tuned speakers, the new Tab S6 Lite feels much lighter in the hand compared to the other more premium device. It’s also quite lightweight at 7mm, which further improves the overall user experience of the device. The lightweight nature of the tablet also makes it easy to carry in one hand and simply use it with the other.

For the tablet, Samsung has used a metal unibody design, with a matte finish. This gives the devices a very premium feel. The tablet is being sold in three colours Angora Blue, Oxford Gray, and Chiffon Pink.

Display Quality :

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite has a 10.4-inch LCD screen with a 2000 x 1200 resolution. That’s only 0.1 inches smaller than the non-Lite tablet, but the lack of that slate’s higher-resolution AMOLED panel is one of the sacrifices of this budget tablet. The screen quality is pretty good for LCD – it’s nice and bright, and easy to view even when you’re outdoors, but the colors sometimes look a bit washed-out compared to displays on other devices.

Saying that, depending on the streaming services you watch content on, or your subscription package, this resolution may be all you need, and only those with access to 4K content may find the tablet misses the mark.

Performance :

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite runs on the Exynos 9611 chipset, made by Samsung itself, which we’ve previously seen in a number of mid-range and affordable phones like the Galaxy A51 and Galaxy A50s. This is paired with 4GB RAM. Talking about the performance of the tablet, the Tab S6 Lite gives you nothing more than what’s advertised. Being a Lite variant of the premium Tab S6, the new S6 Lite does offer a similar kind of functionality, but with a few bells and whistles missing here and there. The Galaxy S6 lite is in essence a Samsung phone that just uses a bigger display, and as such, the tablet feels exactly like that.

But where this chipset really helps the device, is in improving the battery life of the tablet. Because it is a power-efficient mid-range chipset, the Exynos 9611 chipset fitted on the tablet helps the device last more than a day on a single charge.

Camera Quality :

On the subject of the cameras, the rear snapper is 8MP. It’s unlikely you’ll be doing much photography with this instead of your smartphone, and that’s a good thing, as pictures did look a little dim (and grainy if you made the most of the 10x digital zoom), although not appallingly so. On the front is a 5MP snapper, which will likely see more use if you do frequent video calls or take selfies. While the hardware is good but not great, the amount of different modes available for selfies will be a pleasant surprise for many.

There’s Live Focus mode, which lets you edit the background of a picture once you’ve taken it, AR Doodle, which lets you use the S Pen to draw over your face in real time, and filter and beauty options too.

Battery Life & Connectivity :

There is also a variant with 128GB of storage. For connectivity, the tablet gets either an LTE version with GPS or a Wi-Fi-only iteration with NFC and Bluetooth. The tablet also houses a 7,040 mAh battery, one that will be charged using a USB-C port.

The Tab S6 Lite supports 15W fast charging, which would be on the slow side even for a smartphone, but given the tablet’s power pack is twice the size of those in most handsets, it can take a long time to power up the device.

Verdict :

Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite is a mid-range tablet among the top-spec segment. The key-specs of the device ranges from a vibrant display to the latest operating system and a mammoth battery. Although the tablet lacks the feature of fingerprint sensor and voice-calling, the Wi-Fi only option is  capable of fulfilling all the primary needs of entertainment-seeking consumers. 

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3. Lenovo Tab M10 FHD+ (2nd Gen)

Lenovo Tab M10 FHD Plus 2 Gen 1
Design 85%
Display 85%
Performance 80%
Camera 70%
Battery 80%

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Detail Overview :

Lenovo Tab M series, we talked about in our 15,000 & 20,000 price range because it has many variants with different specifications and different price tags, the one we have shown you have an overall specs balance, they’re outselling most other tablets in the segment, primarily because of the affordability, performance and partly due to the lack of competition.

The Tab M10 FHD Plus has a 10.3-inch display with Dolby audio output which kind of gives you a premium tab vibe. It might look that we are biased towards the Lenovo m series but even if you go and check it on any platform, you will find the same output, so now let see what makes Lenovo so popular in the Budget segment tablet series.

Design & Build :

Lenovo Tab M10 FHD Plus has a very Premium look and vibe whether you talk about design or if we discuss the build, it has a metal body Build that provides you an extra comfort of Strong Structure and it also adds a premium vibe to it because there is no plastic.

More Screen Less Bezels, everything adds up to a good premium design look. The Lenovo M10 has a dual upward-firing speaker which Provides decent audio quality as they are backed by Dolby audio.

Overall, Lenovo M10 FHD+ is a gem in design and built-looking its Price segment.

Display Quality :

The Lenovo Tab M10 Plus features a 10.3-inch FHD IPS display with a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels. Speaking of the quality of the display, this is a 10.3-inch Smooth panel with excellent color accuracy and wider viewing angles. The visuals and text appear reasonably sharp and detailed when viewed from a distance.

If you looking for a tablet that has the best display quality plus a bigger and less body-to-screen ratio then Lenovo Tab M10 FHD+ is for you, For Watching OTT platforms, Video consumption, and casual web surfing, this display well enough for the asking price.

The TUV certified display on your Tab reduces the harmful blue light rays emitted from the screen so that it’s easy on your eyes.

Performance :

The main difference between Lenovo M series Under 10,000 and Lenovo M series tablets in 15,000 or 20,000 , they all have Quard-core Processor while In Lenovo M10 FHD Plus you get Octa-core Processor.

The Lenovo M10 FHD tablet is powered by a 2.3GHz MediaTek Helio P22T Octa-Core processor together with 4GB of RAM. This processor will help you do everyday tasks such as media web browsing, consumption and to run light games without any difficulty. Its offers you an internal storage of 128GB that can be extended up to 256GB, so that’s really nice.

Camera Quality :

Lenovo Tab M10 FHD Plus Android tablet from Lenovo has an 8MP rear camera and the rear camera takes decent and vivid quality photos in daylight and a 5MP front camera can be used for video calling but the quality is just average and you will face grainy visuals if used in low light situations and yes dedicated LED flash might be major missing for both sides.

The Lenovo Tab M10 2nd gen features an IR camera upfront for quick face unlock, even under dim lit conditions.

Battery Life & Connectivity :

The Lenovo Tab M10 FHD Plus is powered by a large 5000mAh Li-ion battery. This massive battery will help this tablet last for a day, even with heavy usage.
It takes around 3-3.5 hours to completely charge this battery from zero to a hundred per cent.

The Lenovo Tab M10 FHD supports both Wi-Fi and 4G LTE Calling connectivity.This device comes with Single SIM slots for cellular connectivity.

The Dual stereo speakers with Dolby 3D Atmos surround sound to provide a truly cinematic experience.

Verdict :

The Lenovo Tab M10 FHD Plus offers a big screen, better design, and decent everyday performance for a budget under Rs.20,000.
The Octa-core Processor and FHD IPS 10.3 inch display with adjustable colour profiles and the long-lasting battery adds up to long-lasting enjoyment or multitasking.
Lenovo M Series is one the best tablet Series you can Buy in this price category.

The Big Difference Between the one we have shown Under 20,000 tablet list and this one is just that it comes with Lenovo Active Pen 2 other than that everything is same, not even a small change at all.

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4. Lenovo Yoga Smart

Lenovo Yoga Smart
Design 85%
Display 85%
Performance 85%
Camera 75%
Battery 90%

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Battery & OS

Detail Overview :

Roller up personally like Lenovo Tab series because it has many variants in with different specification and different price tag, the one we have shown you have an overall specs balance, they’re outselling most other tablets in the segment, primarily because of the affordability, performance and partly due to the lack of competition.

It might look that we are biased towards the Lenovo Tablets but even if you go and check it on any platform, you will find the same output, so now let see what makes Lenovo so popular in the Budget segment tablet series.

The Yoga series tablet from Lenovo follows the footsteps of its elder Yoga series laptops in terms of design and feature richn

Design & Build :

Wait, Firstly we need to address the rounded bottom on this tablets, that’s attract most of the attention, that rounded bottom can be integrated kickstand and it makes this design not only aesthetically pleasing but also very practical for daily use.

The backSide of this Yoga tablet is made from aluminium with a soft acrylic finish which looks and feels premium.
The rounded drum-shaped bottom houses dual 2W JB speakers tuned by Dolby Atmos for the best possible sound experience in a budget tablet.
Weighing at 580g, this tablet by no means is lightweight. But the ergonomic design makes it easy to grip inside the hand without any major issues.

Display Quality :

The Lenovo Yoga Smart Tablet features a 10.1-inch Full HD IPS display with a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels resolution and bezels on the sides of this display are considerably thinner than the upper and bottom chin. This ensures an immersive media consumption experience.
and it has a pixel density of around 218ppi and peak brightness of 320nits, this display is decently sharp and the visuals look detailed and clean, without any noticeable pixelation effects.

10.1” FHD IPS display backed up with the TDDI technology for truly immersive and super responsive touch experience. The panel is designed to lower harmful blue light emission, thus reducing strain on the eyes and allowing comfortable usage for long hours.

Performance :

The Yoga Smart Tablet is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 439 octa-core processor clocked at 2.3GHz and this device comes with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage onboard. You can expand the storage further by inserting a microSD card.

You can play games smoothly on this tablet without any noticeable lags. However, you might face lags and stutters if you are trying to play heavy games such as PUBG Mobile and Fortnite.
Speaking of the performance, the day to day performance is delightful and this tablet handles light multitasking without any issues.

The tablet comes with the Android 9.0 Pie OS and the experience is almost like a stock android, with no pre-installed bloatware applications to bog down the performance.

Camera Quality :

Lenovo Yoga Smart Tablet features a single 8MP rear camera on this tablet that captures good quality images in daylight. You can even use it for casual photography without a doubt.

The 5MP front-facing camera on the tablet is much more useful for video calling but clicking selfies as the captured images come out with fewer details and colour discrepancies.

Battery Life & Connectivity :

The Lenovo Yoga Smart Tablet is powered by a monstrous 7000mAh battery inside. This gigantic battery will easily last over a day even with heavy usage.
The device does have a USB Type-C port but the charging spped isn’t the fast enough and it takes almost 4 and a half hours to charge.

The Lenovo Yoga is a Wi-Fi + 4G LTE tablet with the provision for a single Nano-SIM to add cellular connectivity.

Verdict :

The Lenovo Yoga Smart Tablet is the best money can buy, big screen, nice built, interesting design and powerful processor with big giant battery and list goes on.

If you are looking for something like these features in your ideal tablet then go for it. you won’t regret it any day under the price tag of 15,000 – 20,000.

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5. Samsung Galaxy Tab A7

Samsung Galaxy Tab A7
Design 85%
Display 90%
Performance 80%
Camera 75%
Battery 90%

Key Features

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Battery & OS

Detail Overview :

Samsung is a worldwide leader champion in the consumer electronics industry with the largest shipping volumes in mobile as well its various parts.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 is the newest member of Galaxy Tab series and retails in the Indian market for a budget under Rs.20,000. But the demand to have this tablet has increased so much that it always shows stock unavailable on amazon. It like a flash sale tablet in the tablet world.

Design & Build :

The Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 has a mix of metal and plastic build.
The back section of this tablet is made from metal whereas the frame is of plastic. The overall design of this tablet looks very minimal and industrial and it Weight at 476g, the Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 doesn’t feel that heavy to use, compared with some other tablets in a similar price bracket.

One of the USPs of this Android tablet is the quad speakers dolby Audio that deliver excellent stereo sound output, difficult to come by in a mid-range tablet.

Display Quality :

The Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 features a 10.4-inch Full HD TFT display with a resolution of 2000 x 1200 pixels. The bezels on all four sides of this display aren’t that thin, and look somewhat outdated compared to the rest of the design.
Ans one more point to clear, this Samsung tab panel doesn’t support the S-pen as opposed to the premium Samsung tablets, but the touch responsiveness with fingers is flawless.

The display quality is exceptional- it’s bright and colour accurate. We all know Samsung make best display in market . The visuals and text appear sharp and detailed, thanks to the higher resolution display.

Performance :

The Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 table features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 662. It is an octa-core chipset designed on 11-nanometer architecture. This chip is power-efficient and gives excellent performance.

The 3GB RAM is ample for running all kinds of applications such as web browsers, social media apps and streaming content. Regarding storage, the Galaxy Tab A7 comes with 32GB onboard with a provision to expand up to 1TB.

Most important, the Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 runs the latest Android 10 Q OS with the intuitive One UI 2.5 on top. The interface is the same as that of Samsung’s latest smartphones.

Camera Quality :

The Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 features an 8MP primary lens at the rear and a 5MP selfie shooter. The rear camera can click photos and shoot videos, but there is no stabilization whatsoever.

The front camera is often useful to capture selfies in daylight conditions, and it can be more useful when it comes to video calls and yes dedicated LED flash might be major missing for both sides.

Battery Life & Connectivity:

The Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 is powered by a 7040 mAh battery which gives you the battery backup for an entire day with medium to heavy usage.
and it has TYPE-C charging with 15W charger is said to support fast charging but still takes almost 3 hours to recharge the battery.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 is a Wi-Fi-only tablet meaning you won’t be able to pop in a SIM card to access cellular networks. But Yes it just a variant under 20,000, if you slightly more money to go with then you can also buy the 4G LTE Calling variant.

Verdict :

The Galaxy Tab A7 is a feature-packed, well built Wi-Fi-only Android tablet suitable for work and fun purposes.
Samsung tabs have best displays to enjoy your media love and Samsung has been in the business for so long that its products are conceived by the customers with an assurance of quality. Even if a defect arises with the product, their service centre network will ease the stress of finding a place to repair.

This budget Android tablet excels in its everyday performance, battery life and the intuitive UI that runs everything all and well.

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