Cheap tablets have a name. For many customers, it’s Teclast. But there are other names/brands you should be familiar with. Say, most of you should know Chuwi, Onda, Alldocube, etc. Actually, all these brands come in with identical models. So we can state the competition in the mid-range and low-end tablets market is between these brands mainly. Just recently, Teclast announced it’s working on its first 4G-enabled tablet. As for now, we are glad to inform you the Teclast M20 is already out and it is available for purchase at $159.99.
The Teclast M20 is a really attractive product. We understand its biggest selling points are the 4G connectivity and the MediaTek Helio X20 chip. But trust us, there are too many things that will prove you this tablet deserves your money. Let’s see!
The Teclast M20 is a 10.1? tablet with a 2K resolution that should be the minimum standard resolution for every tablet out there in order to eliminate the horrible HD resolution many models feature. Besides, the hardware is now powerful enough to handle that kind of resolution.
Since the Teclast M20 is powered by a MediaTek Helio X20 deca-core chip, there is every reason to think it is going to make a tough competition to the Alldocube M5. Honestly, there are too many specs looking quite identical. Besides the X20 SoC, the M20 also comes with a Mali-T880 MP4 GPU, which is paired up with 4GB of RAM and 64GB eMMC of storage. The rest of the specs include 5MP rear and 2MP front cameras, a 6600mAh battery that lasts up to 8 hours of use, wireless AC, Bluetooth 4.0, and Android 7.0. The LTE support is also like the M5 with two Micro SIM slots and a MicroSD slot. The 4G network is supported on both SIMs and the Teclast M20 can also be used as a phone in emergency situations as it allows phone calls too.