The 10-inch tablet comes in at just $79, but has only 5.5 hours of battery life.

Walmart has launched its range of home-made tablets running Android Pie.

They come in 8-inch and 10-inch varieties costing $64 and $79. Both run on the Android 9 operating system, have a 1.3GHz quad-core processor, and 2GB of RAM and 16GB of ROM storage.

They both also have a 2MP rear camera, a 0.3MP front-facing camera, a 2.5D touchscreen, and a resolution of 800×1280.

The battery life is 5.5 hours for continuous use and 600 hours in standby, and they come in navy blue.

Walmart is also selling a 10.1-inch tablet with detachable keyboardfor $99.

Walmart called its tablets “a great value, low-cost alternative to other tablets on the market” in a statement emailed to CNET.

First spotted by 9to5Google, they are being sold under Walmarts ONN store brand, which focuses on more affordable electronic products.

It was first reported in March that Walmart would be bringing out its own tablet to rival Apple’s iPad.

XDA-Developers editor-in-chief Mishaal Rahman at the time also tweeted specs of the tablet that have stood up to the information now on Walmart’s site.

First published at 11:48 a.m. PT on May 23.
Updated at 2:24 p.m. PT: Adds comments from Walmart, detail on tablet with detachable keyboard.

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