The Mediatek are doing their job well and they are even updating Android 9 with their basics SoCs like the MT8321 which includes some old ARM Cortex-A7 CPUs and a GPU of the same generation. This SoC is chosen by the modest Alldocube iPlay8 Pro 8 inches of cheap range that benefits from being the latest in Android and for its hardware will meet within its price range as a basic tablet for those who do not have large expectations.
SoC, RAM and storage
The Alldocube iPlay8 Pro tablet is powered by a Mediatek MT8321 Quad Core SoC, a chip manufactured in 28nm with ARM Cortex-A7 processors that reach up to 1.3 Ghz of speed and that integrates a Mali 400mp2 GPU. We also find 2GB of RAM and 32GB of storage memory, which can be expanded thanks to the included microSD card reader. An input range configuration that will allow us to move most apps and games with little graphic load.
Screen and other features
The screen is an 8-inch IPS with a resolution of 1280 × 800 pixels that is accompanied by a 0.3MP webcam while in the back we have a 2MP camera with flash. It also includes Dual Band WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS, FM Radio, 5500 mAh battery and a modem with support for 2G / 3G and Dual SIM networks. In terms of connectivity we find the typical 3.5 mm audio jack, OTG microUSB port for data and charging, which is normal in this input range of tablets.
Finally the weight of the Alldocube iPlay8 Pro is 345gr and its maximum thickness is 8.9mm.
Price and availability
- The Alldocube iPlay8 Pro tablet can be purchased at Banggood.com from $ 76.99.