I’ll have one of these this week for review, the Voyo i8 max, it’s a budget Helio X20 tablet. That’s MediaTek’s 10 core chipset paired up with Mali T880 graphics know also as the MTK6797. It’s a nice step up in performance over the typical MTK8176 or MTK8173 quad and hexacore chipsets. And the good part is it has a 4G modem and dual sim try like the Chuwi Hi9 Air that is a more premium offering with this chipset. However the LTE bands are quite limited, Bands B1 B3 B7. Lucky for me my carrier uses LTE Band 7 so I should have 4G.
This Voyo i8 Max has a mostly plastic build, but the kickstand is metal and it can recline all the back 180 degrees, it run Android 7.1, has 4GB of RAM and 64GB of eMMC 4.5.1 type storage. For connectivity, we have wireless AC, BT 4.0 and micro USB 2.0 for data and charging. It could even be used as a GPS unit as it does have a GPS module, not sure on hardware compass support.
It even supports an option 1024 level pressure sensitive stylus and a Bluetooth keyboard. But the keyboard doesn’t look great, it doesn’t have proper keys, but those soft touch style ones that give bad feedback. I’ll certainly not be getting that keyboard but use my own Logitech BT travel keyboard.