Since the entire gadget industry is experiencing a shortage of supplies of Intel chipsets, for manufacturers of tablets and laptops you need to get rid of this dependence in order to fill your product line in the shortest possible time. Many companies have decided to switch to MediaTek in order to maintain their place in the market. And for us, end users, the main thing is to get the newest technologies. After all, there is no difference – Intel or MediaTek.
The manufacturer ALLDOCUBE has not stood aside and represents the new model M8. As the name implies, this is an 8-inch tablet that weighs only 345 g and has an 8 case with a thickness of 8.4 mm. It is equipped with a powerful processor Helio X27 and runs on Android Oreo out of the box. It has an IPS-screen with a resolution of 1920 x 1200. 4G LTE is supported, there are two SIM card slots. As for the memory, it is inside 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal memory.
The Helio X27 processor used in the ALLDOCUBE M8 is produced on a 20-nm process technology and is equipped with 10 cores. Among them, two high-speed Cortex-A72 cores operate at a frequency of up to 2.6 GHz, which significantly speeds up the loading of applications. All kernels are 64-bit. The integrated graphics processor ARM Mali T880 MP4 operates at a frequency of up to 875 MHz, and the overall performance improved by an average of 30%.
ALLDOCUBE M8 can get a larger battery with a capacity of 5500 mAh inside the case with a thickness of 8.4 mm, which is 20% more compared to other tablets with a diagonal of 8 inches. The device works on Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box, but with a couple of personalized features, such as reading mode, eye protection mode, automatic download control, an encrypted application, and more.