The Teclast Master T8 is basically a smaller version of the Master T10. Or should I say a cheaper but similar Huawei MediaPad M3? Well, it is certainly very interesting and costs around 180 US dollars only. The Teclast Master T8 is an upper-middle-class tablet featuring a high-resolution 8.4-inch display, a fast processor, and premium features like a fingerprint reader. Let’s take a closer look at it.
- 8.4-inch high-resolution display
- Fast hexa-core processor
- 4GB RAM & 64GB storage
- Full metal body
- Fingerprint reader
Teclast Master T8: The Basics
Even though the Teclast Master T8 is quite inexpensive, it features a full metal body. At the same time, it is quite thin at 7.8 millimeters and it’s light with a weight of 346 gram. On the sides, it offers a USB Type C port, an HDMI out and a micro SD card slot which fits up to 256GB cards. Another big highlight is the integrated fingerprint sensor.
Unlike most 8-inch tablets, the Master T8 offers a very high-resolution von 2560 x 1600. Yes, the pixel density of this IPS screen is actually higher than the one from an iPad Mini.
The tablet is powered by a MediaTek MTK8176 hexa-core processor. Four of those cores are clocked at 1.7GHz and the other two at 2.0GHz. The chip is supported by 4GB of RAM and a 64GB internal storage.
|Tablet||Teclast Master T8|
|Operating System||Android 7.0 Nougat|
|Display||8-inch IPS with 2560 x 1600|
|Processor||MediaTek MTK8176 hexa-core|
|Expandable||micro SD card slot|
|Connectivity||Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 4.0|
|Charging||USB Type C|
|Dimensions||220 x 128 x 7.8 mm|
Teclast Master T8 Competitors
The Teclast Master T8 has one major competitor. While the Huawei MediaPad M3 cost roughly 100 US Dollars more, it offers a similar screen but with a bit better performance. Other alternatives are the Xiaomi Mi Pad 3 with the same processor but a lower-resolution 7.9-inch display.
If you’re looking for something bigger, check out the Teclast Master T10. While it costs a bit more, the hardware is almost identical. Cheaper but bigger alternatives are the Teclast P10 or Onda V10 4G.
Teclast Master T8Even though the Teclast Master T8 is farily inexpensive, it is an upper-middle-class tablet. Its highlights are a full metal body, a fingerprint reader, and a fast processor. At under 200$ it is a very interesting alternative to the Huawei MediaPad M3.
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