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Teclast T30 Pro Specs, Price, Availability & Alternatives

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Last year’s Teclast T30 had a lot to offer for its pretty budget pricing. Now, its successor, the T30 Pro, takes things even further with updated internals and software. With the T30 Pro, Teclast has created sort of an all-rounder that caters to nearly every user’s needs across a wide spectrum. While its keyboard attachment is the highlighting feature, the budget tablet has a lot going for itself.

Here is everything that you need to know about the Teclast T30 Pro, including its detailed specifications, pricing, availability details, and some alternatives that are worth checking out.

Read: Top 5: The Best Chinese Tablets You Can Buy | 2020 Edition


  • 10.1-inch FHD+ screen
  • Octa-core Helio P70 processor
  • Android 10
  • 6GB RAM + 128GB ROM
  • 4G LTE, VoLTE
  • Stereo speakers
  • 8000mAh battery

Teclast T30 Pro: The Basics

For starters, the Teclast T30 Pro is made out of metal for a premium touch, something that’s quite evident on the front as well, thanks to the soft to touch 2.5D display glass. The display itself has a decent FHD+ resolution and is layered with an oleophobic coating, aside from being fully laminated. What’s even better is that the display is surrounded by really thin bezels, which is always nice to see. Complimenting the display are its speakers that offer stereo audio output for an immersive experience, though both vents are on the top (when holding the tablet in landscape mode).

Teclast has used Mediatek’s octa-core Helio P70 chip, which is plenty powerful for day-to-day things. It is paired with Mali G72 GPU for enhanced gaming along with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of UFS 2.1 storage. In terms of software, you’re getting access to Android 10 out of the box. However, it isn’t clear if Teclast will ever push an update to Android 11. Despite that, the company has included a couple of features to enhance your productivity on the tablet. Plus, there is a docking connector at the bottom of the slate to let you hook its companion keyboard attachment, which also has a trackpad.

Read: Top 10: The Best Tablets With Keyboards | 2020 Edition

To let you stay connected even on the go, the T30 Pro supports 4G LTE across a wide range of bands; you can even make and receive calls using this tablet, thanks to the addition of VoLTE. The standard connectivity options, including Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, are also present. For your photography needs, Teclast has provided an 8MP rear camera paired flash, along with a front-facing 5MP sensor for video calls. As for its endurance, there is an 8000mAh battery included, which can last for up to 11 hours and even supports fast charging.

 Full Specifications

Tablet Teclast T30 Pro
Operating system Android 10
Display 10.1-inch (1920 x 1200)
Processor Octa-core MediaTek Helio P70
Graphics Mali-G72 MP3
Storage 128GB UFS 2.1
 Expandable microSD card slot
Main camera 8 Megapixels, with flash
Front camera 5 Megapixels
Connectivity 4G LTE, Wi-Fi 802.11 ac (dual-band), Bluetooth 4.2
 Ports 3.5mm audio port, USB Type-C
Battery 8000mAh, 11 hours
Security No fingerprint reader
Dimensions NA
Weight NA

Read: Best Budget Tablets Under $200 | 2020 Edition

Pricing & Availability

As of now, Teclast hasn’t shared what the T30 Pro is going to cost and exactly when you can get your hands on the tablet. But considering the last-gen T30 cost $200, you can expect the T30 Pro to fall in the same ballpark — a little on the higher side considering all the improvements, the newer brings to the table. As for its availability, we don’t have a date yet, though whenever Teclast plans to release the tablet, it’s going to be available through the usual channels, including AliExpress, other similar international shippers, and even Amazon in some parts of the world. You just need to wait for it a bit.

Teclast T30 Pro Alternatives

Those who don’t want to spend a lot of money on a basic 10-inch tablet should consider getting the Amazon Fire HD 10 (review) instead. It covers the basics pretty well and is perfect for media consumption and handing the device to your kids. Samsung quite recently introduced its Galaxy Tab A7 10.4 (review) tablet, and it’s one of the finest devices in its price bracket from a reputed brand. The Honor ViewPad 6 is also a great option, complete with an optional keyboard and stylus if you can do without all the Google apps and services (though workarounds do exist).

If having a keyboard attachment is a must, then the best in a similar price territory would be the new iPad 8 (review) along with its optional keyboard attachment. It’d be an even better deal if you can snag a decent discount on the tablet. The Lenovo Chromebook Duet (review) is another fantastic option as it’s of the better value-for-money devices out there right now. Among other Chinese tablets, you can also consider the very recently announced Chuwi Hi10 XR, which comes running Windows 10, which is even better for productivity work.

Read: The Best 10-Inch Tablets Of 2020 (Android, Windows, iPads)

Teclast T30 Pro

This year's Teclast T30 Pro comes with some pretty decent upgrades to deserve its Pro tag. The most important of them is the upgraded RAM and storage options, while the company has also included a newer version of Android. It keeps the rest of the specs as is, which isn't particularly a bad thing in itself. What you're getting is a decently performing tablet that you can hook to a keyboard for getting some work done and even connect to 4G LTE for internet connectivity almost anywhere.
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