According to the official news of Taipower, Teclast will soon launch its new Android tablet. Going by the name, it is likely a successor to the T30, which one of the highlighting points is that the new Teclast T40 tablet is powered by a UNISOC SoC.
Teclast took to Weibo to showcase the tablet design along with key specifications. Design-wise, it has a micro-frame design with equal bezels on all sides. A selfie camera is barely visible at the top.
According to the product details, the Teclast T40 features a 2K in-Cell full-screen display this time. Compared to screens where the display and sensor are separated, the effect of a full-screen display is superior to touch control, and the visual and tactile sensation is much higher.
Moving on, the device is powered by the UNISOC Tiger T618 chipset, which is officially claimed to have stronger system operation capability and lower power consumption than T30 Pro, which indirectly increases battery life.
The Tiger T618 chipset is UNISOC next-gen octa-core CPU built on a 12nm process. Regarding the cores, it has 2xCortex-A75 cores clocked at 2GHz, and 6xCortex-A55 clocked at 2GHz. It has a Mali G52 3EE game-level GPU.
Coming back to other specs, the Teclast T40 tablet also has a built-in 8000mAh large battery. The manufacturer assured that even with high power consumption, one charge per day may be enough.
Sadly, Teclast hasn’t revealed anything other than these about the device. In fact, we don’t have a price or a launch date just yet.
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