Teclast Master T8 official Unboxing and Hands on – A smaller but better version of T10

Here is my unboxing and first hands review of the Teclast Master T8. And as expected, it is one impressive tablet and probably even better than the Teclast Master T10.

SpecsTeclast Master T8
ChipsetMediatek MT8176 1.7-2.6GHz Hexa Core
GPU: PowerVR GX6250
MemoryRAM: 4 GB LPDDR3
ROM: 64 GB eMMC
Expansion: Support up to 256 GB MicroSD
OSAndroid 7.0 Nougat
Display8.4 inch IPS JDI OGS
2560 x 1600 pixels, Fully Laminated, 10 multitouch
CamerasRear: 8.0 mp with Autofocus
Front: Samsung 13 mp, f/2.0 Aperture
Special FeatureFront Touch ID (Fingerprint)
ConnectivityBluetooth 4.0
Dual Band WiFi 802.11 ac/b/g/n (2.4/5GHz)
SensorsGyroscope, Ambient Light
IO1x USB Type C
1x TF Card Slot
1x 3.5mm Audio Port
Dimensions219.5 x 127.9 x 7.8 mm
Weight: 367g
Battery 5400mAh
Fast Charger (9V 2A)
PE 2.0 Quick Charge

The Teclast Master T8 is what I expected of it. A smaller version of the Teclast Master T10 but also a lot better.

Where to Buy?

Teclast Master T8 at $176 (promo price until Nov 27)

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First Impressions/Pros (basing on first hands on)

  • The build quality is top notch, all aluminum finish, polished with good ergonomics
  • Amazing 2560x 1600p Screen, OGS or Fully Laminated, identical to the Teclast Master T10, brightness levels and screen performance
  • Display still comes with advance display options
  • Now comes with USB Type C for Data and Charging
  • Comes with Fast Charger 9V and 2 A
  • Front Touch ID or Fingerprint Scanner
  • Clean OS, no bloatwares, well organized, slick and stable
  • Playstore works fine, stable and no issues with apps
  • Decent Performance, no noticeable slowdowns
  • No more lag on lockscreen which was an issue with the Teclast Master T10
  • Dual Band Wireless ac support (Fast and Stable Wifi performance), no issues as of the moment
  • Impressive 13 mp front facing Camera
  • Decent Audio Quality
  • 3.5mm Audio offers much better Audio Quality
  • Still lightweight at just $367g

Cons:

  • I could not test successfully the GPS via GPS test app
  • MicroSD Card Adapter is small, could not fit in a microSD
  • OTA updates unknown errors
  • No Home Key, Touch ID only functions as Fingerprint Scanner
  • No improvements on Rear Camera, still is Subpar
  • Barebones Camera UI
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