This iPlay 30 Review also applies to the iPlay 30 Pro which is exactly the same tablet but with 2GB more RAM.
Alldocube is ending 2020 on top of the budget tablet segment with yet another top tablet for the price tag. Surpassing the great valued iPlay 20, the iPlay 30 offers an improvement over its predecessor with a big bump in performance. Powered by the Helio P60 octa-core with 4GB or 6GB (Pro model) this new SoC offers much better overall system performance and especially when gaming where the iPlay 20 really lacked.
Demanding titles like Call of duty delivering smooth gameplay on the lowest visual setting where the iPlay 20 would feel quite laggy. And even moving about the ROM and light multitasking feels quicker and most responsive to the screen. And the best part, only $159.99 here: http://bit.ly/3awZ0PU using coupon BGALIP30 on checkout will get you this price unless the coupon has expired.
The brightness of the new fully laminated 10.5″ screen is now a super bright 620+ nits with an excellent touch response. It’s also margin larger at 10.5 inches Vs 10.1 used with the iPlay 20.
The tablet runs Android 10 and offers the same great value as the iPlay 20 with GPS, FM radio, dual SIM LTE With LTE Bands 20 and 28. The 7000mAh battery is good for 10 hours+ and the build overall for the category isn’t bad. Only the typical minor cons remain with no Widevine level 1 support (Netflix is stuck in SD only, no Disney+) a weak set of cameras, and a slow 3 hour plus charge time.
Besides that this really cannot be beaten for the $159.99 price tag. And due to the step-up in performance is now my recommended go-to budget sub $200 Android tablet.