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Tesco Hudl 2 is one of the best reasonable Android tablets to date. Tesco has completed the impossible and simply ceased selling its Hudl 2. So it is unmoving a terrific option if you can find one. Here is the Hudl 2 review.

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The Hudl 2 was launched along with Android 4.4 KitKat. Tesco has made a wise choice of abandoning the operating system generally stock or vanilla. The Hudl 2 is made with GPS a micro-HDMI port and dual-band Wi-Fi.  It will provide around 8 hours of backup battery life, less than the Hudl 1 but this is more likely due to the new screen.

The Hudl 2 has an identical but modified look and feel different when compared to the primary. It works by using the same type of plastic casing having a nice matt finish and a rubbery grip. It senses good when holding in the hand.  Due to being wider, it is little heavier, 401gm up from 364gm. Though, it is thinner at 9mm compared to 10.5mm.

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The Hudl 2 built in with Intel Atom quad-core processor clocking up to 1.83GHz. Tesco has enlarged the size of RAM to 2GB.It has a rear 5Mp and front 1.2Mp camera which is strangely droppable. It has 8.3in complimenting the LG G Pad 8.3 and utilizes an outstanding Full HD, 1920×1200 display.

The overall configurations are as follows:

  • Android 4.4 KitKat
  • 3in Full HD (1920×1200)
  • Intel Atom quad-core processor
  • 16GB storage
  • microSD (up to 32GB)
  • 5Mp rear camera
  • 2Mp front camera
  • Dual-band Wi-Fi
  • Stereo speakers
  • 8 hour battery life
  • 9mm
  • 401gm

Tesco to date one of the best Android tablets in considering with budget as well as It is still an excellent deal if available. But care should be taken because many people are still selling it at doubling its £99 price. Tesco, though declared that they will continue to support its tablet.

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