TCL unveiled one of their most interesting tablets yet today when they announced the TCL 10 Tab Max, a mid-range 10.4-inch Android tablet that also ushers in a new type of tablet display.
But for starters, the main hardware specs on this tablet is higher than most people would expect from TCL, because it’s powered by an octa-core 2.0 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 processor, with 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of storage.
The 10.4-inch screen (or 10.36-inch to be accurate) also introduces their new display technology NXTVISION.
In the TCL 10 Tab Max, the NXTVISION display is a Full HD display with a resolution of 2000 x 1200, and it also features support for the TCL Stylus pen.
Moving on to other specs, it actually has a good 13MP resolution rear camera with LED flash, an 8MP front camera, stereo speakers, dual far-field mics, GPS, g-sensor, hall sensor, light sensor, proximity sensor, Wi-Fi 5, Bluetooth 5.0, and a USB C (2.0) port.
The 8000 mAh battery on this TCL tablet is estimated to last for just 8 hours though.
Expected launch dates for TCL 10 Tab Max and TCL 10 Tab Max are Q4, where they will launch for €249 and $299 respectively.
So far it looks like only a dark blue model will be launched, though it is a good looking tablet all the same. The thickness is 7.65mm.
Today’s announcement came just one day after Samsung unveiled their own new mid-range 10.4-inch tablet Samsung Galaxy Tab A7.
– Tom Bowen