Jumper EZpad M11, another 10.51″ with Soc Octa Core and Android 12

Another new tablet that has hit stores this summer, the Jumper EZpad M11 that now receives the usual price reduction.

This is a Chinese mid-range tablet that has a 10.51-inch screen with good FHD resolution and 8 GB of RAM that will make your Android 12 move smoothly. In the Jumper EZpad M11 we find the Octa Core UniSOC T616 processor as the engine, a good option within the economic range and quite common.

This tablet with an aluminium body has a weight of around 500 grams and a thickness of 7.3 mm. We also have an integrated GPS system and a slot to connect to the mobile network through a 4G-LTE modem equipped with Dual SIM.

 Jumper EZpad M11

Jumper EZpad M11 Specifications

Inside the Jumper EZpad M11 we have as main axis a UNISOC T616 processor manufactured in 12 nm. This chip is an Octa Core that includes 2 high-performance ARM Cortex-A75 processors capable of reaching 2.0 GHz, six ARM Cortex-A55 processors with a maximum speed of 1.8 GHz and an ARM Mali-G57 MP1 GPU that reaches 750Mhz. Enough for simple games and also those of demanding medium quality ones.

Soldered on the board we find 8 GB of LPDDR4 RAM and for storage we have 128 GB of high-speed UFS 2.1 memory that we can expand by micro SD card reader up to an additional 1 TB.

Display and other features

This tablet has a 10.51-inch IPS touch screen with reduced frames and a resolution of 1920×1200 pixels that allows us to view any content with quality. In the upper frame of the screen we have a 5 MP camera with a microphone that complements the 13 MP rear with integrated flash.

This tablet has Dual Band Wi-Fi aC connectivity, Bluetooth 5.0, 4G-LTe modem with Dual SIM, GPS and a 7000 mAh battery that theoretically allows us to watch up to 8 hours of video and has a fast 18W PD charge. In terms of connectivity we have a USB Type-C port for data and charging, a 3.5 mm audio jack and for sound we have 4 speakers.

Price and availability

Jumper EZpad M11 tablet

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Yet another cheap tablet with a crappy processor. This is just stupid in my opinion.