Tablets in the Philippines above PHP 20K (H2-2021)
We previously provided you with a list of tablets under PHP 20K released in the second half of 2021. But if you have a bigger budget and want something with more power, then here are your options priced above PHP 20K.
NOTE: The tablets listed below are those that were officially released in the Philippines from July to December 2021 (We’ll update this post if more were released in the coming weeks). We have arranged the prices from highest to lowest.
|Apple iPad mini (6th Gen)||A15 Bionic chip, 256GB Wi-Fi + Cellular||PHP 47,990|
|Huawei MatePad Pro 10.8||Qualcomm Snapdragon 870, 8GB + 256GB||PHP 44,999|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE||Octa-core processor, 6GB + 128GB||PHP 39,990|
|Apple iPad mini (6th Gen)||A15 Bionic chip, 256GB, Wi-Fi||PHP 38,990|
|Apple iPad mini (6th Gen)||A15 Bionic chip, 64GB, Wi-Fi + Cellular||PHP 38,990|
|Apple iPad (9th Gen)||A13 Bionic chip, 256GB, Wi-Fi + Cellular||PHP 36,990|
|Apple iPad mini (6th Gen)||A15 Bionic chip, 64GB, Wi-Fi||PHP 29,990|
|Apple iPad (9th Gen)||A13 Bionic chip, 256GB, Wi-Fi||PHP 28,990|
|Apple iPad (9th Gen)||A13 Bionic chip, 64GB, Wi-Fi + Cellular||PHP 27,990|
|Huawei MatePad 11||Qualcomm Snapdragon 865, 6GB + 128GB||PHP 26,999|
|Lenovo Yoga Tab 11||MediaTek Helio G90T, 8GB + 256GB Wi-Fi||PHP 24,995|
|Lenovo Yoga Tab 11||MediaTek Helio G90T, 4GB + 128GB Wi-Fi + LTE||PHP 21,995|
Apple dominates this budget with 7 models available, 4 for the iPad mini (6th-gen) and 3 for the iPad (9th-gen), the former is also the most expensive at PHP 47,990, followed by the Huawei MatePad Pro 10.8 at PHP 44,999.
The most affordable is the Lenovo Yoga Tab 11 at PHP 21,995 but already offers LTE connectivity.
Which tablet do you think can provide the best bang for your buck in this price range? Let us know in the comments below.