Teclast T30 a powerful 10.1-inch with Helio P70 SoC and 4G-LTE modem presented

The new Teclast T30 tablet that debuts in this segment the mid-range SoC of Mediatek Helio P70, a last generation Octa Core manufactured in 12nm, has just been officially presented. A tablet that has some very interesting specifications that has the recent Android 9.0 operating system and that has a design according to its benefits. At the moment it is not for sale but surely it will not take long to reach stores since the SoC Helio P70 can already be found on many smartphones in the market.

Teclast T30

SoC, RAM and storage

The Teclast T30 includes the Octa Core Helio P70 SoC (MT6771T) manufactured in 12nm FinFET with 4 high-performance ARM Cortex-A73 CPUs capable of reaching 2.1Ghz in a cluster and another cluster with four Cortex-A53 ARMs that reach a Maximum speed of 2 Ghz. The GPU is an ARM Mali-G72mp3 that reaches 900 MHz and also has an advanced NPU for AI. The board includes 4 GB of LPDDR4x RAM and 128 GB of eMMc 5.1 storage memory expandable up to 256GB thanks to the microSD card reader included in the SIM tray.

Display and other specifications

The Teclast T30 screen is a 10.1-inch IPS with a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels and includes a 5 MP camera and 8 MP rear and autofocus on its front. This tablet also includes Wifi aC, Bluetooth 4.2, GPS, 8000 mAh battery, FM Radio and a 4G-LTE Dual-Volte multi-band modem. At the connector level we have a magnetic connector for a dock, 3.5mm audio jack and a USB Type-C port for data and power.

Price and availability

  • The new Teclast T30 tablet will be available soon in Chinese stores for about $ 185 at exchange.

Teclast T30 tablet

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Just ordered this at $199.99. For the specs alone, it looks like the best value tablet on the market. It certainly will be a massive upgrade from my Google Nexus 10, which now loses power while plugged in, while i’m just reading a black and white kindle book! Forget about it if I’m reading a full colour magazine downloaded from my PocketMags app, and that’s when the app isn’t frequently unresponsive. 4GB of Ram, a far superior CPU and GPU and a barebones (no bloatware or third-party UI) Android 9 on board going to make this thing a joy to… Read more »

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