Nextbook Premium 8 inch Tablet With Android 4.1 Jellybean

Review By aarona2u

The 8″ Nextbook tablet is a great tablet for the price. This review lists and reviews many of the features.


Android 4.1, Front (0.3 MP) and Rear (2 MP) Dual Core Processor, Five Finger Multi-Touch Screen, 1024 x 768 HD Screen Resolution, Google Play, Micro SD, Micro USB, Headphone jack, Mini HDMI, Protective Pouch

Operating System

This tablet runs on Google Android 4.1 Jellybean. Jellybean is one of the newest versions of Android. It is relatively easy to use. It features Google Now which is similar to siri. Google Now is mainly a voice search program.

The Tablet comes with the standard Android browser and Google Chrome pre-installed. Operating System 10/10


The Tablet has 8 GB of internal memory. If you download a ton of apps, the 8 GB are used up relatively quickly. The tablet has a Micro SD card slot with a maximum size of a 32 GB card. Memory 6/10


Battery Life is OK but it goes down after a hour or so. It appears to live up to it’s claim of 5 hours of web browsing. Battery 8/10


The Cameras are low Megapixels so they don’t take the best pictures and video. The pictures are OK if you have it on the right setting, as with video. Video is a little choppy but isn’t that bad. At least it has a front facing camera since most tablets in this price range do not. Camera 8/10


This tablet is a great deal at $99 plus tax. It is available at and at most Walmart stores.


This tablet is one of the best out there for about $100. It is great for watching videos, reading eBooks, browsing the web, playing apps and Especially Looking at EDGE Reviews.


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Posted in Android, Hardware Review, Tablet
3 comments on “Nextbook Premium 8 inch Tablet With Android 4.1 Jellybean
  1. Gerry says:

    Good review! :-)

  2. tianawolf says:

    Do not recommend this. Battery makes you charge at random percentages. When it updates you have to reset everything all over, once it shuts off when you turn it back on everything’s gone forcing you to manually factory resetting it so everything works like normal.

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