|Basic Specs||SoC: Mediatek Helio X20 Deca Core (MT6797)
2x ARM-A72 @ 2.1GHz / 4xARM-A53 @ 1.85GHz / 4xARM-A53 @ 1.4GHz
System: Android 8.0 (64bit)
RAM and Storage: 3 GB DDR3 / 32 GB eMMC
Screen: 10,1″ / 2560 x 1600 / 16:10
Network: Wifi ac / BT 4.0 / Modem LTE
Cameras: front 5MP / rear 13MP + Flash LED
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The Binai G10Max tablet is made of plastic and aluminum, the front has very narrow frames on the sides, a model of basic quality that has quite simple build quality in general.
- Measures and weight: 9.68 x 6.65 x 0.13 inches (246 ×169 × 8,8 mm) / 1.2 lb (550 gr)
- Materials: plastic and aluminum in back
- Interfaces: Reset, Power, Volume, audio jack, microUSB shit and OTG, 2x SIM and 1x microSD
- Camáras: rear 13 MP with flash, front 5MP
- Speakers and microphone: two but only in mono, high volume with low distortion. Basic microphone
- Vibration and leds: Basic vibration system. No notification leds.
The screen of the Binai G10Max looks pretty good indoors but has no enough power to look good outdoors, this is a product for domestic use that has a good image quality in that area.
- Size: IPS 10.1 Inches, resolution 2560×1600, 16:10 format
- Light power: only valid for interiors, without light leakage
- Viewing angles: goods, classics IPS
- Touch precision: poor
- Extras: Mediatek image control app in settings, Blulight read protection
The cameras of the Binai G10Max tablet are basic and as always in this type of products we can not expect great results in the image quality, something that we can see in the results.
- Rear camera: rear 13 MP, flash, HDR mode. Poor colors
- Front camera: 5MP. Low definition
Environment and user experience
We turn on the Binai G10Max tablet and observe that we have Android 8.0 (64bit) without any customized layer, the system moves with agility and we can use any app without problems thanks to its powerful Deca Core Mediatek Helio X20 (MT6797) SoC.
- Installed apps: basic ones only, radio and google play
- Languages: English and all the international Android languages
- Multitasking: changing apps and split screen
- Root: the system is NOT root
System, support and store apps
If we enter at the Android settings in the Binai G10Max we can see that we have the brand new Android 8.0 settings, we do not find any customization layer or special options.
- System version: Android 8.0 (64 bit) / Kernel 3.18.60 (03-05-2018)
- Store apps: Google Play without a certificate see the guide How to fix the message “Device not certified by Google”
- Brand support: Binai does not have its own website.
Storage and RAM Memory
We perform our usual memory tests and internal storage in the Binai G10Max using the SD bench app, we can expand the internal storage of the system using the slot for the microSD card. The results are good.
- Storage: Total 32GB / Available 25GB
- RAM: Total 3 GB / Available 1.8 GB / DDR3L
- microSD: 32 MB/s reading / 22 MB/s writing.
Battery and temperature
Installed in the Binai G10Max tablet we have a battery of 8000 mAh, the autonomy is correct if we do not demand high performance to the CPU with the brightness of the screen in between, if we play powerful games the battery drops quickly.
- Battery recharge: 2 hours, only indicates maximum load until 85%
We check the performance of the tablet in scenarios of maximum sustained performance and in its usual use, we use a stress app for fifteen minutes and thermal camera to detect hot areas.
- Loss of performance: the system maintains a maximum performance of 77%, there is no appreciable loss
- Temperature: The rear part gets hot in one zone
Sensors, modem, radio and GPS
The modem installed by default in the Binai G10Max tablet is quite limited in bands so its use is restricted to areas with very good coverage since in interior areas we will not have much signal.
- Bands: GSM 800/900/1800/1900MHz – FDD LTE: B1/B3/B7 – TDD LTE: B38/B39/B40/B41
- Sensors: Accelerometer, GPS with precision 16m, Compass NO
- Radio: Available by connecting headphones
WIFI and Bluetooth
In Wi-Fi connections, the Binai G10Max tablet has a Wi-Fi ac Dual Band wireless adapter with which we connect to an ASUS RT-AC1200G+ Router, a mid-range device. We perform tests on the use of streaming using the iPerf measurement tool to see the maximum performance of each network adapter.
- Wifi speed results: Correct speeds for this type of adapters.
- Scope Wifi: At a distance of 5 meters with a wall we have a signal of 70 dBm, a very poor result.
- Bluetooth: Works correctly and connects without problems
- We recommend reading our Tutorial SAMBA on Android networks if we are going to use files from our network PC
In terms of performance, the Binai G10Max tablet has quite good results thanks to the new Mediatek Helio X20 SoC (MT6797) and the power of the Mali-T880 MP4 GPU. If we compare the results we can see how it is close to the Rockchip RK3399 and surpasses the Snapdragon 425, but is far from the powerful Kirin 960 model.
Games and gamepads
The Binai G10Max tablet with the Mediatek Helio X20 SoC integrates the powerful GPU Mali-T880 MP4 allows us to move 99% of Google Play titles without performance problems and good compatibility.
- Compatibility: It is possible to play demanding titles such as PUBG with slight frame skips, the battery drains quickly.
- Controls: Compatible with Gamepads by cable or bluetooth.
Test video files
We performed our video playback tests on the Binai G10Max tablet, a model that has the Mediatek Helio X20 (MT6797) SoC that integrates in the graphic section a Mali-T880 MP4 GPU with video playback support up to 4K@30fps.
- Compatibility: VP9 and HVEC, problems with some 10-bit color or HDR files.
- You can read our Tutorial to install Addons in KODI in a simple way to get to watch the most popular streamings.
- To play DD and DTS audio formats see our Multi-channel Audio Basics Guide
|BBB – H.264 8bit – Simple@L1 – 1080p@25fps – 7 Mbps||Correct|
|Samsung Oceanic Life – H.264 8bit – High@L5.1 – 1080p@30fps – 40 Mbps||Correct|
|Timelapse – H.264 8bit – High@L5.1 – 4K@24fps – 43 Mbps||Correct|
|Anime – H.264 10bit – High 10@L5.1 – 1080p@24fps – 10 Mbps||Correct|
|Tears of steel – HVEC 8bit – Main@L6.2@Main – 1080p@24fps – 17 Mbps||Correct|
|Samsung UHD Dubai – HVEC 10bit – Main 10@L5.2@Main – 4K@24fps – 51 Mbps||Correct|
|Jellyfish – HVEC 10bit – Main 10@L6.1@High – 4K@30fps – 392 Mbps||Frameskip|
|Anime – HVEC 10bit – Main 10@L4@Main – 1080p@24fps – 21 Mbps||Correct|
|Life of Pi HDR10 – HVEC 10bit – Main 10@L5.1@High – 4K@24fps – 45 Mbps||Correct|
|LG Demo – Dolby Vision – HVEC 12bit – Main 10@L5@Main – 4K@24fps – 30 Mbps||Correct|
|Planet Earth II – HDR HLG 10bit – Main 10@L5@High – 4K@25fps – 31 Mbps||Low Frameskip|
|The world in HDR – VP9 Profile 2 10bit – 4K@60fps – 20 Mbps||Frameskip|
|Peru 8K HDR – VP9 Profile 2 10bit – 8K@60fps – 20 Mbps||Frameskip|
We pass the classic tests on streaming services using the tablet Binai G10Max, we check that those that work do it correctly, this model only has DRM certificate Microsoft Widevine L3.
- NOTE: We remind this product do not have official support for these streaming apps, the compatibility with these services can vary depends of any new limitations imposed for this companies. The tests are perform with the indicated firmware and the version of the streaming app at the date of the review.
|Amazon Prime Video||SD (480p)||Stereo||Correct|
|HBO nordic||FullHD (1080p)||Stereo||Correct|
- You can consult our guides where we explain in detail all the most known streaming services, what are their limitations in each platform and how to configure them to see content in HD or 4K quality if possible.
- Guide for Netflix on Android, inside you can found a solution for Error 0013 and installation method on rooted devices
- Guide for Amazon Prime video on Android
As we can see in the results of our review, the Binai G10Max tablet is an interesting product by his Mediatek Helio X20 (MT6797) Deca Core SoC that runs Android quickly and smoothly. Another interesting point is its screen 2.5K IPS screen that gives us a feeling of very solid use in image. The design and finishes of this product is quite basic since it competes in price with its rivals, it is necessary to emphasize the lateral frames that are quite reduced and his light weight.
The Binai G10Max tablet as we have seen has a correct storage speed, has GPS, Radio and 4G-LTE modem although is limited in bands. As weak points we must highlight the short life of your battery in demanding scenarios, the rather low Wi-Fi range and the speakers that really work in mono. In general a product of basic range that can be good for us if what interests us is to have a powerfull and a pretty decent screen as key points.
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