A mid-range 8-inch Android goes live on Big Red’s online shop and in brick and mortar stores in a matter of hours. Specifically, on June 26.
Verizon’s haste had no undesirable effects on pricing, and for once, you can actually call one of their 4G gadgets affordable. With two year contracts, the GTab 4 8.0 costs $279.99, which is a measly 40 bucks on top of the Wi-Fi version’s current retail value via Amazon.
The big selling point is design, despite the fingerprint-prone rear cover, as bezels are incredibly slim for a budget champion, and the tab on the whole tips the scales at 320 grams while measuring 8 mm in thickness.