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 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]
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...[Read More]
The Voyo i8 Max is a deca-core Helio X20 4G Android 7.1 tablet with a 10.1" 1920 x 1200 screen. It has a dual sim tray and supports LTE bands B1 B3 B7 B38 B39 B40 B41 that same sim tray can also give up one SIM card for a MicroSD card. Other specs include wireless AC dual band, BT 4.0 and stylus support which is optional just like the Bluetooth keyboard. The build of the tablet is mostly plastic, ...[Read More]
The Chuwi Hi9 Air went back to the drawing board it seems, I always thought it was going to be 8.4″ tablet like the Hi9. But now it’s 10.1 inches still the same 2560 x 1600 resolution, so 16:10 aspect ratio and yes it’s fully laminated. Since it’s now 10.1-inches shouldn’t it be called the Chuwi Hi10 Air? The interesting part is the chipset is a MediaTek Helio X20, de...[Read More]
There has been no news for months on end on the iFive Mini 4G. But finally, this popped up on YouTube and the tablet is finally official it seems. Possibly coming in the next few weeks. But I wouldn’t hold my breath. But it does look very promising. Seems the spec hasn’t changed from what I reported back in March. I’ll do my best to get one to review once finally released. many t...[Read More]
The iFive Mini 4G is a 7.85" 2048 x 1536 resolution tablet running stock Android 6.0, it has 2GB or 4GB of RAM depending on the model and 16GB/32GB of eMMC storage. It's powered by MediaTek's Helio X20 deca-core SoC. Other specs included 3G and LTE/4G support (Band 1/2/3/4/5/7/17/20), wireless AC, BT 4.1, MicroSD card reader and 5200mAh battery.
LeEco (LeTV) is a new Chinese brand to me, but they have been around for a while. And the LeEco LE2 (Le X620) is one of the first mobiles to ship with the new MediaTek MTK6797 chipset. Also known as the Helio X20. So what’s special about it? Well, it has a crazy decacore CPU, yes a ten core CPU, a Mali T880 GPU and this mobile is only around the 200 euro mark ($220 US) with a full metal body...[Read More]