Announcement. Itel Pad One - a simple ten-inch tablet

Photo Announcement. Itel Pad One - a simple ten-inch tablet

Itel, a company specializing in low-cost devices, has unveiled its first tablet, the Itel Pad One. His characteristics are ... appropriate. Let's get acquainted.

The first weak link is the chipset. The well known Unisoc SC9863A1. So we are waiting for a hundred, a hundred and a thousand points in AnTuTu. Those. the level of frankly weak and budget devices.

The second weak link is the screen. The resolution is only 1280x800, which on a diagonal of 10.1" (296 cm²) gives a "whole" 149 dpi.

The rest of the stats are a little more fun.

Memory. 4 GB oper�Live and 128 GB permanent. Strangely, the specifications indicate that the smartphone does not run on a full-fledged Android, but only on the Go Edition (12th version). Although, of course, with such an amount of memory it would be possible to install a full-fledged axis. Either a typo or a conscious choice - save some memory.

The battery is unremarkable. 6000 mAh Charging is slow, 10 W.

Cameras. And here, by the way, everything is logically done. The front camera has a higher resolution than the rear camera - eight megapixels versus five. (For good, the rear camera could beDo not install yet).

Other. There is support for LTE networks, there is Type-C. The number of Wi-Fi ranges is not specified.

In India, Itel Pad One will cost ₹12,999 (₽11,900, $157) at launch.

Itel Pad One Key Features:

ScreenS-IPS, 10.1", 296 cm², 1280x800, 149 ppi, 60 Hz, 16M colors, touch, capacitive, multi-touch HardwareUnisoc SC9863A1
8 x Cortex-A55, PowerVR GE8322 Memory RAM 4 GB, ROM 128 GB, Micro-SD up to 512 GB Mobile InternetLTE
EDGE Mobile networksLTE Bands 1,3,5,7,8,20,28,38,40,41
GSM Li-Pol battery, 6000 mAh, 10 W charging Dimensions241.37 x 160.16 x 8.2 mm Rear camera: 5 MP, sunpuff, autofocus
front camera: 8 MP, 80°, no flash, no autofocus NavigationGPS OSAndroid 12 Go edition SensorsAccelerometer, Illumination USBType-C v2.0, USB-OTG

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