The Teclast Master T10 It was a great success for this manufacturer specialized in tablets and notebooks. What Teclast has done now with the new T20 has been to play it safe: put in a much more powerful processor and include some other additional function, such as a beautiful nano SIM slot to have data without the need for a WiFi network.
In today's review we talk about the Teclast T20, a tablet that stands out for its excellent screen and the great finish of the materials, and that will surely sweep as much or more than its predecessor thanks to a certainly unbeatable value for money (and it is not that I am just saying it, take a look if not to his incredible rating on Kimovil).
Teclast T20 in review, 10.1 ”tablet with 2.5K resolution, Helio X27 processor and 4G connection
Teclast tends to worry a lot about giving a premium finish to its devices, although most of them are terminals that do not exceed 200 euros. Thus, even if we have an inexpensive tablet, its appearance has nothing to envy to others of greater monetary significance. Something that every mid-range user usually appreciates, of course.
Design and display
The Teclast T20 mounts a SHARP laminated OGS display of 10.1 inches and a 2.5K resolution of 2560x1600p (QuadHD +) with a pixel density of 299ppi. A screen that makes a difference when it comes to watching videos, movies and any other audiovisual content compared to the usual Full HD panels. Without a doubt, the strong point of this tablet.
Regarding the design, it equips a silver metallic casing with blank frames, has dimensions of 24.90 x 13.50 x 0.85 cm and a weight of 504 grams.
Oh, and we don't forget the fingerprint reader, which is located on the back of the device. It also has a 3.5mm headphone slot, microphone and speakers on each side.
Power and performance
As we mentioned at the beginning, one of the great improvements that Teclast has implemented for the successor of the Master T10 is the processor. The T20 features one of the best Mediatek SoCs, the Helio X27. A 10-core chip running at 2.6GHz, which is accompanied by a Mali-T880 GPU at 850MHz, 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage space expandable by card up to 128GB. The operating system, Android 7.0.
At the performance level, then, we find a device capable of pulling the cart with any app in most situations, and that also offers quite interesting conditions for somewhat heavier games than usual. To give us an idea, the Teclast T20 shows a benchmarking result in Antutu of 96,000 points.
Camera and battery
The camera is usually nothing to write home about in most tablets - not to say that they are pulling messes-, but in this case, the truth is that we cannot complain too much. a camera of 13MP on the rear and a 13MP selfie lens with beauty mode on the front.
It must be borne in mind that Teclast considers the T20 almost like a “large mobile”, since it allows making calls, which is why it is normal that we want to take it out of the house. Consequently, the camera also takes on some relevance, since we may also want to take some photos on one of these getaways.
The battery for its part has a more than decent autonomy. We talk about a pile of 8100mAh with fast charge via USB type C connector. Important to incorporate the mode quick-charge in this type of device with such loose batteries.
The tablet has a 4G connection via nano SIM, dual band WiFi (2.4G + 5G) and Bluetooth 4.0.
Price and availability
The Teclast T20 was introduced in August 2018, and is currently available at a price of 204.99 $, about 180 euros to change, on GearBest.
A device where this great value for money becomes one of its greatest assets. Along with its large screen and hardware that stands out notably above the rest of mid-range Android tablets, these are the main reasons not to lose sight of this interesting terminal.
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