TCL announced the TCL Tab Pro 5G tablet today, that Tabletmonkeys have been leaking since the summer. It will launch in the US today exclusively through Verizon for $399.
The TCL Tab Pro 5G is a 10.4-inch Android 11 tablet with 5G. It’s powered by the octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 480 processor, along with 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, and 1TB of memory card support.
The 10.4-inch screen is a NXTVISION display with a Full HD resolution of 2000 x 1200 and 60 Hz refresh rate. There’s also stereo speakers with Hi-Res Audio to go along with the display, as well as a 13MP resolution rear camera with LED, and 8MP front camera. Those high resolution cameras could be handy for work, like taking sharp pictures of documents, as well as for leisure use and fun.
Related features on TCL’s 5G tablet also includes facial unlocking and a fingerprint reader.
On top of the 5G cellular capabilities, the TCL Tab Pro 5G also features dual-band Wi-Fi 5, Bluetooth 5.0, an a USB C 3.0 port. The specs for the 5G bands are nationwide n2/5/48/66/77, and ultra wide-band n260/n261, or what is called a 5G world device.
The battery is a 8000 mAh battery with a 12 hour battery life based on the video playback standard, with 18W fast charge support, and a 25 day standby time. It even has revers charging, so the table can be used to charge up other devices with, like a smartphone.
Tablet sensors includes accelerometer, GPS, proximity sensor, light sensor, e-compass, gyro, hall sensor, SAR-sensor, and even a barometer.
As for size, the TCL Tab Pro 5G weighs 479 grams and is just 7.8mm thick. There are pogo pins on the bottom of this TCL tablet too, even if the dock and keyboard haven’t been launched yet.
So there we have it. The TCL Tab Pro 5G is now the cheapest world device status 5G tablet to date here in the US.
– Tom Bowen