Helio X20 tablet

Alldocube M5 Review

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. Ov...[Read More]

AllDoCube M5 – Yet Another Helio X20 Deca-core 4G/GPS Tablet

Alldocube has released their own budget Helio X20 ten core tablet. This has 4G, dual SIM slots plus MicroSD support. But the more limited Chinese 4G bands. Only supporting bands B1, B3, B38, 39, 40 and 41. Lucky for me 4G will work in Spain but some it will not and you’ll be stuck on 3G only. This tablet is based around a 10.1″ JDI 2560 x 1600 IPS panel, with a 16:10 aspect ratio. It l...[Read More]

Chuwi Hi9 Air’s 4G/LTE Modem Supports Common EU Bands

Originally I thought they would be covering just the Chinese LTE bands like the Alldocube X1 & Voyo i8 Max. Both of those models with the same MediaTek 10 Core Helio X20 have different modems, the Chinese Helio X20 modem. Only LTE band 1 & 3 supported which are used in Europe but not by everyone, at least here in Spain, it works for me. But the Chuwi Hi9 Air is looking like the one people ...[Read More]

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