The Teclast Master T10 (aka Teclast T10) is one of the most affordable 10-inch tablets that comes with a 2.5K screen resolution. But its hexa-core processor scares away some customers. By the way, it is not that bad as many think. Anyway, to solve this problem, the manufacturer decides to launch another model with a more powerful chip. The Teclast T20 is already out. It is priced at $189.99. Thus, the price difference is not that large, but the performance is improved a lot.
The number 1 selling point of the Teclast T20 is the MediaTek Helio X27 chip. The latter uses a deca-core three-cluster architecture (2x ARM Cortex-A72 + 4x ARM Cortex-A53 + 4x ARM Cortex-A53) and CorePilot 3.0 heterogeneous computing technology. Compared with the MediaTek X25, the X27 increases the core frequency to 2.6GHz, and the GPU frequency is upgraded to 875MHz. The overall performance of the processor will increase by more than 20%. This SoC is also paired with a 4GB+64GB memory combination and a large battery of 8100mAh, which supports fast charging through the Type-C.
Like the previous model, the Teclast T20 sports a 10.1-inch screen with a resolution of 2560 x 1600, a high-brightness, and a reliable image quality. It is fully laminated and no fingerprints will be left on it. The screen also comes with an anti-lights sensor to provide great visual experience both outdoor and indoor, Eye care mode, and reading mode. It is an OGS screen made by SHARP.
On both sides, the Teclast T20 carries a 13MP camera with a F/2.0 Aperture and an 82.8° wide viewing angle.
Apart from this, the Teclast T20 supports TDD+FDD dual 4G call Internet and a tablet + desktop dual mode. There is also a built-in AW8736 independent power amplifier and a built-in TOS system based on Android deep development. The product supports AC dual-band WiFi, GPS+ Beidou positioning, fingerprint recognition and more. It is worth mentioning that the fingerprint recognition module of the device is quite different in position – neither on the front side nor on any side, but on the right side of the back of the fuselage.