While we wait for news about the launch of the Mi Pad 4, there is no shortage of manufacturers that are taking advantage of the vacuum left by Xiaomi to try to attract all those who are looking for tablets with technical specifications of high and medium-high for half of what would normally cost us, as with the new Onda M20.
Although right now we have a few large mid-range tablets below 200 euros without having to resort to import, few will find that we leave technical specifications like we have in this Onda M20, which comes with a screen of 10.1 inches with resolution 2560 x 1600 and with a Helio X20 (MT6797) processor, a chip somewhat old but high-end at least (a strategy similar to the one we are looking at using other level Android tablets).
It also have 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal memory (expandable via micro-SD card), but the good news is that in this case, for those who have lower requirements in terms of hardware and prefer to save some euros, there is also available a model with 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal memory (the sacrifice in RAM may cost us a little more to do it, but storage will be more than enough for most).
Although it is a secondary fact, we also have very good figures in the section of cameras, with 13 MP for the main and 5 MP for the front of Onda M20. As for the operating system, it is perhaps somewhat disappointing that it is still Android Nougat , but at least with this version we have guaranteed the split window (one of the most interesting news for tablets in recent times) and the truth is that there are no other tablets Chinese that arrive already with Android Oreo.