Teclast M40 Pro, premium design and Android 11 for this 10.1″ tablet


Today we have news about a new tablet called Teclast M40 Pro, a new version of the Teclast M40 now with better finishes and a notable increase is its specifications.

This new version keeps the popular Octa Core SoC processor Unisoc T618 manufactured in 12 nm that is giving such good results in this sector. In this tablet we now find Android 11 as operating system, maintains connection with 4G-LTE modem, GPS and improves its design with an attractive beveled metal body. We are also surprised by the inclusion of four speakers in a sound system called Momentum System II.

SoC, RAM and Storage

The Teclast M40 Pro tablet integrates as engine an Unisoc T618 Octa Core SoC 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 2.0 GHz ARM and an ARM Mali-G52 MP3 GPU that reaches 850 Mhz.

We have 6 GB of RAM for the system and an internal storage of 128 GB that we can expand thanks to the micro SD card found in the SIM tray.

Display and other specifications

The touchscreen of the Teclast M40 Pro is a 10.1-inch IPS display with a resolution of 1920×1200 pixels and reduced side bezels. At the top of the screen we have a 5 MP camera with microphone that complements the 8 MP rear, figures quite more generous than usual in this type of product.

This tablet integrates a 4G-LTE Multiband modem with Dual SIM tray, Wifi aC, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, an extended 7000 mAh battery that theoretically lets us watch up to 8 hours of video and four Momentum System II speakers. In terms of connectivity, we have a USB Type-C port for charging or data and a 3.5 mm audio jack.

Pricing and availability

  • The Teclast M40 Pro tablet will soon be on sale on Aliexpress between July 12 – 15 for a promotional price that will be around only $179 (€151) with shipping included.

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