Teclast P25T a basic 10.1″ tablet with Android 12 at good price

Today we have an interesting offer for the new Teclast P25T tablet. A fairly simple but sufficient device for multimedia use o read websites without problems.

The Teclast P25T is an improved version of the Teclast P25 tablet that now grows in RAM, storage and battery capacity. A tablet with a nice and colorful design and Android 12 as a hook, but that has a screen with a resolution that justifies and an Allwinner A133 processor that is positioned within the low range. In short, a tablet suitable for navigation, video playback, apps and games without too much graphic load that can be valid for the little ones at home without a large outlay and also has fast shipping.

Teclast P25T tablet

Teclast P25T Specifications

The Teclast P25T includes the low-end Allwinner A133 SoC. This chip is a Quad Core made with 4 ARM Cortex-53 processors capable of reaching 1.6 GHz speed with a PowerVR GE8300 GPU.

We also have 3 GB of LPDDR4 RAM and 64 GB of high-speed eMMc 5.1 storage memory integrated on the board that we can expand thanks to the micro SD card reader included on the side with cards up to surely 64 GB.

Screen and other features

The Teclast P25T touch screen is an 10,1-inch IPS with an HD+ resolution of 1280×800 pixels, frames with contained measurements and it also includes a 5 MP front camera with microphone that complements the 5 MP rear one. We also have wireless connectivity, Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.0, a pair of speakers and a 5000 mAh battery that will give us up to 6 hours of autonomy depending on what we use it for.

As for connectors, we find a 3.5 mm audio jack and a USB Type-C port for data and battery recharging. Its body is made of plastic, it has a weight of 310 grams and vertical frames of only 6 mm that facilitate its use with one hand.

Price and availability in stores

  • The Teclast P25T tablet can be purchased on Amazon only for $79.99 with free shipping.

Teclast P25T

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Why do they continue to put underpowered SOCs in tablets? And with Android 12, there will probably only be 1gb of ram available


For the price?
This is a cheap table for multimedia, not high multitasking.