Today we present a new tablet called Teclast P20HD which is a new updated version of the Teclast P10HD. In this new version we found an improved metal body, we also have an increase in its RAM memory to 4GB and storage to 64GB. This tablet integrates the Unisoc SC9863A SoC that we saw in detail in the review of the Teclast P80X tablet, a processor that surprised us with its performance and the battery life it is capable of achieving.
SoC, RAM and storage
This new Teclast P20HD tablet as we say has the Unisoc SC9863A SoC an Octa Core manufactured in 28nm with 4 ARM Cortex-A55 processors capable of reaching 1.8Ghz of maximum speed and another 4 that reach 1.2Ghz while the GPU is a PowerVR IMG8322. We also have 4GB of LPDDR3 RAM and 64GB of storage memory integrated in the board that we can expand thanks to the included microSD card reader.
Screen and other specifications
The touch screen of this Teclast P20HD is a 10.1 inch IPS with a FullHD+ resolution of 1920 × 1200 pixels and 2.5D curved glass that rounds off its design. The screen includes a 2MP camera with a microphone that complements the 5MP rear with a flash. We also have Dual Band WiFi, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, FM Radio and a 6000 mAh battery with fast charge that theoretically lets us watch up to 6 hours of movies.
This SoC integrates a 4G-LTE Multiband modem with tray for Dual SIM. In the connectivity section we have a 3.5mm audio jack on one side, as a novelty we have a USB Type-C connector for data and battery recharging. As for the operating system, it is updated in this model to Android 10, which gives us a fairly long useful life. The audio section also seems a little more careful than usual with the PureSound system with two speakers at the bottom.
Price and availability
- The Teclast P20HD tablet on its departure in China scheduled for June 12 will have a price of $113 (€100), soon it will be available in global online stores at a higher price when adding management and shipping.
Still no mini-HDMI.. fail, but at least the speakers have been moved to the bottom, better. Processor could be better, but overall, it will do the job.
Still not available globally. Their sales team is hopeless I think.
Ever hear of a USB-C to HDMI Cable,dork?
Ever hear not all USB C support HDMI, dork?
Realized yet that mini-HDMI or HDMI on a tablet on phones is basically useless because of 3 things: 1) HDMI Cables are basically too short to be usefull on tablets or phones. 2) HDMI Cables are basically too stiff to be usefull on tablets or phones. 3) Why would anyone who has a life even connect a phone or tablet to a TV’s HDMI port to begin with? To play some lame-assed first person shooter on a big screen? No thank you very much. Will I go out of my way to buy a buy a Phone or Tablet with… Read more »
I have an old tablet with HDMI support and I bought a long micro HDMI Cable. I just put the tablet on the table and ONLY use it to watch movies on the LCD. I can also watch movies stored on the Tablet or through OTG when I’m abroad and no WIFI available. Chromecast only works with Internet and you need to use the Google App that requires location and all your other data and details. Why would you do that? I just want to connect to my large screen WITHOUT lag (delay, very bad if you play certain games… Read more »
NOT all USB C support HDMI.
This is very tricky, people buying USBC to connect to LCD. But it does NOT work,. Only with the Most Expensive tablets and phones such as Samsung S8, 9 or 10.
Research this and you will find out.