The Teclast T50 has just been presented, a tablet with good construction that stands out for its 11-inch 2K screen with TDDI technology that integrates the touch sensor in the LCD structure, reducing reflections and improving the touch system.
Its design is quite careful, as we find a CNC aluminum body and despite its size we have a weight of only 510 grams and a thickness of 7.5 mm. Its core is the powerful SoC T618, a good alternative within the economic mid-range that is complemented by 8 GB of RAM that will make Android 11 move smoothly.
Also note its audio system with 4 internal speakers to offer quality sound and its proximity sensor not very common in Chinese tablets in this range.
SoC, RAM and Storage
The Teclast T50 tablet is powered by a UNISOC T618 chip, an Octa Core 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.
On board we find 8 GB of LPDDR4 RAM and for storage we have 128 GB of eMMc 5.1 memory that we can expand through the micro SD card reader up to 128 GB extra.
Display and other specifications
This tablet has an 11-inch IPS touchscreen with TDDI technology, which has light sensor, has a resolution of 2000×1200 pixels, maximum brightness of 350 nits and reduced frames. On the top frame of the screen we have an 8 MP camera with microphone that complements the 20 MP SONY rear camera with integrated flash.
The tablet has Wifi aC connectivity, Bluetooth 5.0, 4G-LTe modem with Dual SIM, GPS and a 7500 mAh battery that theoretically lets us watch up to 8 hours of video. In terms of connectivity we have a single USB Type-C port for data and 18 W fast charging of the internal battery.
Price and availability
- The new Teclast T50 currently has no price or release date, but it is sure to arrive in stores in time for the Christmas campaign.