Teclast will be launching a new 10.1-inch Android 13 tablet in a few weeks in the entry level budget category. It’s the Teclast M50 which will launch in the $149 range with quad speakers and AI cameras.
The specs are a mix of the octa-core 2.0 GHz Unisoc T606 processor with Mali-G57 GPU, together with 6GB of RAM, and 128GB of storage. But the tablet also has support for 6GB more of virtual RAM, bringing the total to 12GB RAM.
It even has a rear camera setup of dual 13MP rear AI cameras with LED, and a 5MP front camera, in addition to the 4 speakers.
But the 10.1-inch screen is just a 1280 x 800 resolution fully laminated HD display though, even though the tablet supports Widevine L1 for streaming Full HD video.
Other things that makes the Teclast M50 useful are the GPS, BDS, GLONASS, and Galileo navigation sensors, as well as a gravity and hall sensor.
The battery capacity is only 6000 mAh, but with a HD screen, the battery consumption will be lower anyway.
Although it has built-in dual-SIM 4G LTE, in addition to dual-band Wi-Fi 5, and Bluetooth 5.0.
Other specs includes a USB-C port, a microSD card slot, and a 3.5mm audio combo jack for headphones.
The design is stylish on the M50 tablet, and this metal body tablet only comes in turquoise, with a weight of 460 grams and thickness of 8.4mm.
But ultimately the Teclast M50 is a budget tablet, with a couple of nice features, which is why it’s in the regular M-range of Teclast tablets. For something more thrilling, my favorite Teclast tablet with Android at the moment is the 11-inch Teclast T50 Pro, which has more than twice the power and plenty of interesting features.
– Tom Bowen