First, be aware that most Android based tablets, if that is what this is, and many other cheap computing devices use some form of ARM processor, not an x86 based processor, so Mint doesn't support a version which will work on them, at all.
You might find a way to root the tablet and update from Android 2.x to at least an Android 3.x version which was written to support tablet features, but then again, you might not, either. It depends on the processing power and RAM available on the unit.
LMDE Mate 64-bit, LM16 Mate 64-bit
Debian Xfce 64-bit, Xubuntu 13.10 64-bit, Xubuntu Trusty Tahr 64-bit, Antergos Xfce 64-bit, PCLinuxOS LXDE 64-bit