ALLDOCUBE iPlay 40 Pro now more complete with 8/256 GB and Android 11

It seems that the market for tablets is buoyant in recent months, and today we have the launch of the ALLDOCUBE iPlay 40 Pro which, as its name suggests, is an evolution of the Alldocube IPlay 40.

Despite the Pro tagline, the improvements are not spectacular, since it only increases its storage memory to 256 GB capacity, it makes the leap in the operating system to Android 11 and its battery increases slightly to 6200 mha. Otherwise, it continues with the hardware of the previous version, SoC T618, 8 GB of RAM and a quite attractive design where we find reduced 7.8 mm frames in a magnesium and aluminium body.

ALLDOCUBE iPlay 40 Pro

SoC, RAM and Storage

The Alldocube iPlay 40 Pro tablet integrates as a motor a UNISOC T618 SoC an Octa Core includes 2 high-performance ARM Cortex-A75 processors capable of reaching 2.0 GHz, six ARM Cortex-A55 processors with a maximum speed of 2.0 GHz ARM and a ARM Mali-G52 MP3 GPU that reaches 850 Mhz.

In the memory section we have a generous 8 GB of LPDDR4 RAM and storage we have 256 GB of eMMc memory that we can expand by the micro SD card reader with up to 2 TB.

Display and other specifications

The touch screen of the Alldocube iPlay 40 Pro is a 10.4 inch IPS In-Cell (screen in one layer) with a 2K resolution of 2000 × 1200 pixels, reduced bezels and support for Active Stylus. At the top of the screen, we have a 5 MP camera with microphone that complements the 8 MP rear with flash.

This tablet integrates a 4G-LTE Multiband modem with Dual SIM tray, dual-band Wi-Fi aC, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, a 6200 mAh battery that theoretically lets us see up to 7 hours of online video and four BOX speakers. In terms of connectivity, we have a single USB Type-C port for data and battery recharging.

Price at launch

  • The ALLDOCUBE iPlay 40 Pro tablet can be purchased in the Aliexpress launch offer from about €166.10 / $195.99 with free shipping using the discount code 07ESTE18

ALLDOCUBE iPlay 40 Pro tablet

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