Teclast has released an update to its last year’s Teclast M40 tablet. And called it Teclast M40 Pro. Started composing news and looking at pictures. Wow, they both have Reset! Hole. You poke something sharp there, the tablet takes it and reboots. Conclusion: They know how to hang!
Now for the serious stuff. Teclast M40 Pro is a typical mid-level tablet. It looks, judging by the characteristics, very even decent. The differences from last year’s model are few. Slightly increased battery capacity. The Android version was changed from the tenth to the eleventh. And the number of speakers doubled. There were two, now there are four. I don’t see any other changes.
Unisoc Tiger T618 chipset. It is just over two hundred thousand points in the eighth AnTuTu. In very heavy toys will have to moderate the appetite and reduce the graphics. With everything else, the tablet, in theory, should cope with no problems.
Memory is 6GB RAM, 128GB ROM. Memory cards are supported. The screen is “Classic”, such as in millions of tablets from a variety of manufacturers. IPS-matrix diagonal 10.1″, the normal high resolution – 1920×1200 (224 ppi).
The battery is 7000 mAh. The cameras are single. Frontal resolution of 5 MP, the main – at 8 MP and with autofocus.
There is support for LTE networks (no information about supported ranges yet). Wi-Fi dual band. All four major satellite systems are supported. There is no information about the cost of Teclast M40 Pro yet.