Teclast P26T a low-priced tablet that debuts the Allwinner A523 SoC

Not all are high-performance tablets, from time to time Chinese brands give us a low-priced tablet like this new Teclast P26T.

A tablet that according to the nomenclature of this Chinese brand would be an evolution of the Teclast P25T, another low-priced tablet that also has a 10.1-inch screen. What most attracts our attention about this tablet is inside, since we have a new Low-price SoC, the Octa Core Allwinner A523 that at least already comes with ARM Cortex-A55 processors.

At the design level, we have quite discreet 6 mm bezels, although its thickness shoots up to 10.2 mm and it weighs 500 grams. As always in these cheap tablets, the screen suffers cuts and in this case we have a panel with an HD resolution that is currently very short.

 Teclast P26T

Teclast P26T Specifications

The Teclast P26T debuts with the new Allwinner A523 processor. This new chip is an Octa Core with 64-bit low-power ARM Cortex-A55 processors running up to 1.8 Ghz, with a Mali-G57 MP1 GPU and an iA NPU rated at 0.8 TOPS.

We also have 4 GB of LPDDR4X RAM and 64 GB of storage memory integrated into the motherboard that we can expand thanks to the micro SD card reader included on the side with cards of up to 1 TB.

Other features

The IPS touch screen of this tablet has a size of 10.1 inches with an HD resolution of 1280 × 800 pixels, it also includes a 2 MP front camera with microphone that complements the 5 MP rear camera with LED flash. Finally, we also have wireless connectivity, Dual Band AC Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.2 and stereo speakers for audio.

For the Teclast P26T we have a 3.85 V, 5000 mAh battery that will give us about 6 hours of use with a conventional 5V 2A charge. As for connectors, we find a USB Type-C 2.0 port for data and battery recharging and a 3.5 mm audio jack.

Price and availability

  • The new Teclast P26T can be purchased from July in China for an exchange price of around $70 at launch and will soon be available on AliExpress.

Teclast P26T tablet

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