Teclast has released a new tablet named Teclast T30, a sequel to the previous Teclast T10 and T20, which focuses on the tablet specification, full strength, features at a price, not over ten thousand The answer to people who focus on applications that require high specifications, whether it is work or play mainly.
The Teclast T30 does not make big leaps in design and looks like a normal tablet. In this category, it is also difficult to reinvent the wheel – luckily we have been spared by tablets with a notch in the display (Notch) so far. The T30 is based on a classic design. Nevertheless, the display edges are relatively thin, which is also reflected in the dimensions of 249 x 135 x 8.5 mm. This is relatively compact for a tablet with a 10.1-inch screen. But the weight of 560 grams is rather above average. Above the display is a front camera, buttons are on the front but no. The rear houses a single camera with LED flash and the brand logo of the manufacturer. Just like on the front we miss here a fingerprint sensor – unfortunately, you have to do without the Teclast T30. Incidentally, the tablet is only available in dark gray.
The tablet is equipped with an IPS display with a diagonal of 10.1 inches, aspect ratio 16:10, WUXGA resolution 1920 × 1200 pixels and a brightness of 320 nits. There was also a function to reduce the amount of blue light emitted. The entire front panel is covered with 2.5D glass.
The heart of the Teclast T30 is octa-core (ARM Cortex-A73 + ARM Cortex-A53; 12 nm FinFET TSMC) MediaTek Helio P70 2.1 GHz processor with ARM Mali-G72 MP3 graphics chip, which should definitely be considered an advantage, because SoC this rather not is found in tablets (manufacturers usually reach for much older units from the Taiwanese company offer). The set includes 4 GB LPDDR4x RAM and 64 GB flash memory type eMMC 5.1 with the possibility of expansion using a microSD card.
Connectivity in Teclast T30 is provided by Bluetooth 4.2 modules, dual-band Wi-Fi 802.11ac 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz, LTE (with the function of making voice calls via VoLTE) and GNSS (GPS, Beidou) and connectors: headphone 3.5 mm and USB -C. Onboard are also Dual SIM (hybrid: 2x nano SIM or SIM + microSD; LTE support in both slots) and two speakers supported by an independent (intelligent) amplifier. Teclast T30 works under the control of Android 9.0 Pie (which is not a standard in tablets of this brand) and is powered by a battery with a capacity of 8000 mAh, which is sufficient for up to 11 hours of video playback. On the tablet’s tablet, there are also two cameras (on the back with a diode), but the manufacturer does not provide their parameters.
The Teclast T30 sounds like a very solid tablet with Android 9.0 Pie. The equipment will suit the upper middle class and with a corresponding price, it could be a serious competition for the Mi Pad 4 Plus. We can buy it from Gearbest at $199.99 in Flash Sale by using Coupon Code: GBTDT30SF