Usually when the products of the Chinese brand Teclast are mentioned, we are referring to tablets or convertibles that stand out for their powerful specifications in exchange for a moderate price. However, for those who want simplified options to the maximum with a price below $100 they also have a choice, as is the case with Teclast P80H.
Teclast P80H is a low-end tablet with Android operating system that is designed primarily for the consumption of multimedia content in good image quality, as its screen adapts to a perfect aspect ratio and HD resolution. However, the rest of its specifications remain limited so as not to raise its costs.
The discussion about the size of the tablets takes several years and has several different opinions, as there are those who prefer a smaller screen to favor a more comfortable handling, even more if the user does not have very large hands, while others want to differentiate themselves as much as possible from a Smartphone and have a considerable panel that makes the difference when viewing a video or image. Here, Teclast P80H seems to be halfway there.
In terms of design, it is normal that the simplest models do not stand out in this section, either with a housing made entirely of plastic or a series of bevels that are not reduced in the least. The model in question is sold in white and includes a classic component layout, with buttons on the edge, a front camera and a rear camera on the end.
Whether it’s to keep the little ones entertained by their favorite Youtubers or for adults to have fun with movies or series through the different streaming services, Teclast P80H meets without problems in this section through an 8-inch IPS panel with a native resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels. It is also indicated that the screen has support for five touch points, so the different Android games are also supported, while the ratio between size and resolution is perfectly adapted through an aspect ratio that changes to 16:10. Another interesting point to mention is that a micro HDMI port has been included that makes it possible to transfer the tablet image to any modern TV or monitor to share the contents with the rest of the family or friends under any circumstances.
The other internal components of the Teclast P80H don’t have much to highlight, as it is based on a MediaTek MTK8163 quad-core 1.3 GHz processor, Sapphire 650 GPU, 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of internal storage that can be expanded via a microSD card up to 32 GB. Clearly if you want to do more demanding activities than surfing, social networking or watching videos, it is recommended to make the leap to models like the Teclast T10. It’s also important to mention that the built-in battery in this tablet is 3500 mAh, which gives you approximately 3 hours of continuous multimedia playback before you need a recharge. In its camera configuration, there is a 2 megapixel rear sensor and a 0.3 megapixel front sensor, so it is only suitable for “emergencies” when making or receiving video calls.
Finally, the dominant operating system is Android 7.0 Nougat, which means that it is updated to one of the latest versions on the market with all the extra features and functions that this means, while in connectivity are added to the Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac Bluetooth and GPS standards, options that are often left aside when dealing with simple tablets.