Alldocube M5 Review

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The Alldocube M5 is a 10.1″ Android 8.0 tablet with 4G dual SIM support, but with limited LTE bands, it has MicroSD support and power by the ten core Helio X20 SoC from MediaTek. The screen is sadly non-laminated and a little dull at 190 lux only, but it’s an IPS and the colours do look decent. The resolution is 2560 x 1600 and the bezels are rather large, like the Core M3 mix plus. Overall a decent tablet, nothing exceptional it’s the main drawcard will be the $173 price tag and things like FM radio and GPS other tablets can lack. Below is the unboxing and full review of the Alldocube M5.

Timecodes: 01:44 – Unboxing 02:16 – Thickness & Weight 02:27 – Screen 03:29 – Free Storage & ROM 04:33 – DRM info, Treble 04:57 – Wifi, LTE, Storage, GPS 06:23 – Antutu score 06:53 – Battery & charge times 07:45 – eBooks & PDFs 08:14 – Audio 08:49 – Gaming PUBG & Lineage 2 09:56 – Webcam sample 10:29 – Final words 11:56 – Pros & Cons

 

Good

  • Android 8.0 stock ROM
  • Dual LTE, FM Radio & GPS
  • Can make calls, Text and Whatsapp etc
  • Up to 7 hours battery life
  • Price

Bad

  • Dull screen, 190 lux max brightness
  • Limited LTE bands
  • Demanding games lag a little
  • Average speakers and cameras
  • No HDMI out
7.3

Good

Performance - 8
Build and Design - 7.5
Screen - 6.5
Sound - 7
Battery Life - 7
Value for money - 8

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