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Blackview Tab 80 review - Tablet endurance runner with 4G and GPS for under 120 Euros a no-brainer?

Tablet with up to 8 GB RAM at a bargain price. The Blackview Tab 80 is a very affordable, 10.1-inch entry-level tablet with dual SIM. It also offers the option of positioning and LTE support as well as a bright display for the price range. Read the test report to find out whether the Tab 80 gets a purchase recommendation.
Test Blackview Tab 80 Tablet

If you are looking for a budget tablet, you might consider one from the Chinese manufacturer Blackview, which, while less well-known to some, is familiar to others. With its Tab 80 model, the company has a 10.1-inch tablet for small budgets in its portfolio that offers interesting features with its dual SIM and 4G support as well as GPS connectivity.

The basic version of the Tab 80 with 64 GB of memory and 4 GB of DDR4 RAM starts at under 120 Euro (~$130). However, for a small surcharge of around 20 Euros (~$22), those interested in the low-budget tablet can get 128 GB of internal memory and 8 GB of RAM, which can be expanded with up to 8 GB of virtual RAM. However, the expansion in the form of a swap file in the data memory, which works much slower than the RAM, will probably only offer real added value in exceptional cases.

Blackview Tab 80 (Tab Series)
Processor
UNISOC T606 8 x 1.6 GHz, Cortex-A75 / A55
Graphics adapter
Memory
4 GB 
Display
10.10 inch 16:10, 1280 x 800 pixel 149 PPI, capacitive Touchscreen , LCD, 60 Hz
Storage
128 GB eMMC Flash, 128 GB 
, 110 GB free
Connections
1 USB 2.0, USB-C Power Delivery (PD), Audio Connections: 3,5 mm jack, Card Reader: microSDXC (up to 1TB, shared with second SIM Slot), Sensors: acceleration sensor, OTG, Miracast
Networking
802.11 a/b/g/n/ac (a/b/g/n = Wi-Fi 4/ac = Wi-Fi 5/), Bluetooth 5.0, 2G-Bänder: B2/B3/B5/B8,3G-Bänder: B1/B8, 4G-Bänder: B1/B3/B7/B8/B20 TDD: B40, Dual SIM, LTE, GPS
Size
height x width x depth (in mm): 7.5 x 241 x 156 ( = 0.3 x 9.49 x 6.14 in)
Battery
7680 mAh Lithium-Polymer
Operating System
Android 13
Camera
Primary Camera: 13 MPix (f/2.2, IMX319)
Secondary Camera: 8 MPix (f/2.2)
Additional features
Speakers: Dual-Speaker, Keyboard: Onscreen, charger, USB cable, info material, Doke OS_P 3.0, 12 Months Warranty, widevine L1, fanless
Weight
484 g ( = 17.07 oz / 1.07 pounds), Power Supply: 36 g ( = 1.27 oz / 0.08 pounds)
Price
120 Euro
Note: The manufacturer may use components from different suppliers including display panels, drives or memory sticks with similar specifications.

 

Possible competitors in comparison

Rating
Date
Model
Weight
Height
Size
Resolution
Best Price
80.4 %
01/2024
Blackview Tab 80
T606, Mali-G57 MP1
484 g7.5 mm10.10"1280x800
79.8 %
01/2024
Teclast T45 HD
T606, Mali-G57 MP1
505 g7.5 mm10.51"1920x1200
79.4 %
01/2024
Teclast M50 HD
T606, Mali-G57 MP1
435 g8 mm10.10"1920x1200
77.8 %
08/2023
Blackview Tab 12 Pro
T606, Mali-G57 MP1
430 g7.4 mm10.10"1920x1200
80 %
03/2023
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3
T610, Mali-G52 MP2
460 g8.5 mm10.10"1920x1200

Case - Blackview Tab 80 with metal housing

Blackview Tab 80 in blue
Blackview Tab 80 in blue
Blackview Tab 80 in green
Blackview Tab 80 in green

The processing quality of a Galaxy Tab S9 should not be expected given the price range in which the Tab 80 operates. Nevertheless, the entry-level tablet, with its metal casing, looks relatively high-quality and is also solidly made. The matte finish on the back conceals fingerprints well. The metal surface is interrupted by a narrow plastic cover with narrow gaps. The 4G-tablet lacks an IP certification against dust or water.

The physical buttons offer a good pressure point and sit firmly in the frame. At less than 8 millimeters (~0.3 in), the 10.1-inch tablet is thin, but weighs 484 grams (~1.1 lb), making it 50 grams (~0.1 lb) heavier than a Blackview Tab 12 Pro or Teclast M50 HD. The edges around the screen are also quite wide, giving the Tab 80 a screen-to-body ratio of just 78.7% and therefore a rather inefficiently designed front.

The stability of the low-budget tablet is reasonably convincing. However, the casing can be twisted and pressed in with relatively little effort, which is accompanied by slight creaking noises. The screen is evenly fitted into the casing shell, but even relatively light pressure on certain parts of the frame can cause the LCD screen to react.

Test Blackview Tab 80 Tablet
Test Blackview Tab 80 Tablet
Test Blackview Tab 80 Tablet
Test Blackview Tab 80 Tablet
Test Blackview Tab 80 Tablet

Size comparison

247 mm / 9.72 inch 162 mm / 6.38 inch 7.5 mm / 0.2953 inch 505 g1.113 lbs241 mm / 9.49 inch 156 mm / 6.14 inch 7.5 mm / 0.2953 inch 484 g1.067 lbs239.84 mm / 9.44 inch 158.62 mm / 6.24 inch 8.5 mm / 0.3346 inch 460 g1.014 lbs238.4 mm / 9.39 inch 157.7 mm / 6.21 inch 8 mm / 0.315 inch 435 g0.959 lbs238.5 mm / 9.39 inch 157.45 mm / 6.2 inch 7.4 mm / 0.2913 inch 430 g0.948 lbs210 mm / 8.27 inch 148 mm / 5.83 inch 1 mm / 0.03937 inch 2.9 g0.00639 lbs

Features - Blackview tablet with memory expansion

The Blackview tablet supports the slow USB 2.0 standard, which not only offers low data transfer, but also does not provide an output for image signals on external screens. Nevertheless, the USB Type-C interface supports OTG so that external peripherals or storage media can be connected. Miracast is available for wireless transmission to external screen sources.

In terms of storage, the Tab 80 does not offer modern UFS technology, like a Teclast T40 HD, but uses eMMC 5.1 memory. The integrated microSD slot supports the current SDHC and SDXC standards, which theoretically allows an expansion of 1 TB.

lower housing side (jack, card slot, USB port, speaker)
lower housing side (jack, card slot, USB port, speaker)
upper housing side (buttons, speaker)
upper housing side (buttons, speaker)
left side of housing (microphone)
left side of housing (microphone)
right side of housing (antenna cover)
right side of housing (antenna cover)

MicroSD card reader

In combination with our Angelbird AV PRO V60 reference card, the performance of the microSD slot in the cross-platform disk test is quite impressive - especially when reading. When copying 250 photos to the internal memory, however, the Blackview tablet is quite slow at around 27 MB/s.

SD Card Reader - average JPG Copy Test (av. of 3 runs)
Samsung Galaxy A54 5G
Mali-G68 MP5, Exynos 1380, 128 GB UFS 2.2 Flash (Angelbird AV Pro V60)
57.33 MB/s +116%
Teclast M50 HD
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB eMMC Flash (Angelbird V60)
35.2 MB/s +32%
Blackview Tab 80
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB eMMC Flash (Angelbird V60)
26.6 MB/s
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3
Mali-G52 MP2, T610, 64 GB eMMC Flash (Angelbird V60)
21.3 MB/s -20%
Teclast T45 HD
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB UFS 2.0 Flash (Angelbird V60)
20.1 MB/s -24%
Blackview Tab 12 Pro
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB UFS 2.0 Flash (Angelbird AV Pro V60)
7.61 MB/s -71%

Cross Platform Disk Test (CPDT)

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Blackview Tab 80 Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB eMMC Flash; SDCard Sequential Write 0.5 GB; Angelbird V60: Ø30.2 (18.7-44.8)
Teclast T45 HD Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB UFS 2.0 Flash; SDCard Sequential Write 0.5 GB; Angelbird V60: Ø26.7 (14.9-45.5)
Blackview Tab 80 Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB eMMC Flash; SDCard Sequential Read 0.5 GB; Angelbird V60: Ø77 (38.6-86.6)
Teclast T45 HD Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB UFS 2.0 Flash; SDCard Sequential Read 0.5 GB; Angelbird V60: Ø75.4 (37.6-80.9)

Software - Blackview Tab 80 with Android 13

Blackview combines the Android-13 operating system with its in-house user interface DokeOS version 3.0. At the time of testing, the latter still has the security patches from August 2023 and is therefore not very up-to-date. It is not known whether there will be OS upgrades in the future and for how long security updates will be provided.

It is pleasing that the manufacturer has installed a rather purist Android on its entry-level tablet and has also largely dispensed with third-party apps. DRM Widevine L1 for HD streaming is also supported.

Test Blackview Tab 80 Tablet
Test Blackview Tab 80 Tablet
Test Blackview Tab 80 Tablet
Test Blackview Tab 80 Tablet

Communication and GNSS - Blackview Tablet with LTE

The Tab 80 has an LTE modem, but with a very limited number of supported 4G frequencies. Users only have access to six LTE bands, so it should be checked before going on vacation abroad. However, bands 28 and 32 are also missing for unrestricted use in German-speaking countries.

The Blackview tablet continues to communicate wirelessly via Bluetooth 5.0 and WiFi 5. In combination with the Asus ROG Rapture GT-AXE11000, the Tab 80 only achieves peak transfer rates of 60 MBit/s, although these also fluctuate greatly. Although the tablet is supposed to support the ac standard, the Tab 80 only connects to WiFi 4 in our WLAN test.

In addition to the Rapture GT-AXE11000, we also tested the entry-level tablet with a Telekom Speedport Smart 4 router and a FritzBox 6690 Cable - the former can be used in the 5 GHz range, while the FritzBox also had problems. This means that the tablet may not work perfectly with all routers.

Networking
iperf3 receive AXE11000
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3
319 (310min - 325max) MBit/s +623%
Blackview Tab 12 Pro
309 (300min - 324max) MBit/s +601%
Teclast T45 HD
307 (251min - 318max) MBit/s +596%
Teclast M50 HD
305 (259min - 319max) MBit/s +592%
Blackview Tab 80
44.1 (27min - 57max) MBit/s
iperf3 transmit AXE11000
Blackview Tab 12 Pro
367 (357min - 380max) MBit/s +668%
Teclast T45 HD
363 (349min - 372max) MBit/s +659%
Teclast M50 HD
358 (336min - 370max) MBit/s +649%
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3
351 (333min - 366max) MBit/s +634%
Blackview Tab 80
47.8 (32min - 60max) MBit/s
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Blackview Tab 80 UNISOC T606, ARM Mali-G57 MP1; iperf3 receive AXE11000; iperf 3.1.3: Ø43.8 (27-57)
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3 UNISOC T610, ARM Mali-G52 MP2; iperf3 receive AXE11000; iperf 3.1.3: Ø319 (310-325)
Blackview Tab 80 UNISOC T606, ARM Mali-G57 MP1; iperf3 transmit AXE11000; iperf 3.1.3: Ø47.8 (32-60)
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3 UNISOC T610, ARM Mali-G52 MP2; iperf3 transmit AXE11000; iperf 3.1.3: Ø351 (333-366)
Localization in the building
Localization in the building
Outdoor localization
Outdoor localization

Regardless of the fact that a 10.1-inch tablet is not exactly typical for navigation purposes, we nevertheless record a route in parallel with a Garmin Venu 2 for comparison purposes. The position is determined using the GPS (L1), Galileo (E1), BeiDou (B1) and GLONASS (G1) satellite systems. The satellite fix also takes place indoors with a long delay and an accuracy of around 15 meters (~49 feet).

We test the positioning accuracy in practice on a short walk. In our route profile, there are significant deviations from the route and the Garmin smartwatch, which means that the Tab 80 is only suitable for navigation by car to a limited extent.

Tracking Blackview Tab 80
Tracking Blackview Tab 80
Positioning Garmin Venu 2
Positioning Garmin Venu 2

Cameras - Blackview Tab 80 with single cameras

Selfie with the Blackview Tab 80
Selfie with the Blackview Tab 80

On the front, the Tab 80 has an 8 MP camera with an f/2.2 aperture, which is installed in the frame above the display. The selfie cam delivers solid results in our test shots, although areas with strong incidence of light appear burnt out. However, the quality should be more than sufficient for the odd video call.

On the back, the entry-level tablet has a single camera setup with a 13 MPix Sony sensor (IMX319) and an aperture of f/2.2. Although two lenses are visible, the second lens is not a camera, but rather an optical enhancement of the camera module. The sharpness of the images is satisfactory for a low-budget tablet, but the photo quality is probably too poor, even for social media content. However, in order to keep the price of the devices low, most tablets in this price range have rather cheap camera components. The Blackview Tab 80 is no exception.

Videos can be recorded with the entry-level tablet in a maximum of 1080p at 30 fps, a 4K option is not available. Only HD recordings are possible with the 8 MP camera on the front.

1x
1x
2x
2x
4x (max)
4x (max)
Test Blackview Tab 80 Tablet
Test Blackview Tab 80 Tablet

Image Comparison

Choose a scene and navigate within the first image. One click changes the position on touchscreens. One click on the zoomed-in image opens the original in a new window. The first image shows the scaled photograph of the test device.

Wide angleWide angleelLow Light
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Under controlled lighting conditions, we take a closer look at the color fidelity of the 13 MP sensor. The deviations from the reference colors that we determined are surprisingly low for a tablet in this price range and completely free of real outliers (>15). Most colors are reproduced accurately, but somewhat brightened.

ColorChecker
10.8 ∆E
8 ∆E
8.1 ∆E
5.8 ∆E
5.2 ∆E
4.4 ∆E
9.8 ∆E
9.7 ∆E
4.3 ∆E
5.4 ∆E
5.3 ∆E
2.7 ∆E
4 ∆E
5.6 ∆E
5 ∆E
0.9 ∆E
2.2 ∆E
5 ∆E
0.6 ∆E
3.8 ∆E
6.1 ∆E
4.1 ∆E
4.3 ∆E
10.7 ∆E
ColorChecker Blackview Tab 80: 5.49 ∆E min: 0.59 - max: 10.77 ∆E
ColorChecker
29.1 ∆E
54.6 ∆E
39.3 ∆E
34.3 ∆E
45.2 ∆E
61.9 ∆E
53.3 ∆E
35.7 ∆E
43.7 ∆E
28.6 ∆E
64.7 ∆E
63.7 ∆E
31.2 ∆E
47.2 ∆E
37.4 ∆E
76.4 ∆E
44.1 ∆E
41.5 ∆E
92.9 ∆E
71 ∆E
52 ∆E
36.4 ∆E
23.3 ∆E
12.8 ∆E
ColorChecker Blackview Tab 80: 46.68 ∆E min: 12.77 - max: 92.93 ∆E

Accessories and warranty - Blackview tablet with power adapter

Power supply unit of the Blackview Tab 80
Power supply unit of the Blackview Tab 80

The scope of delivery includes a modular 10-watt power adapter (5V / 2A), a USB cable, a tool for opening the card slot and information materials. Optional accessories are not offered for the Blackview tablet.

Blackview equips its tablet in Germany with a Warranty of 12 months - we have provided information on the subject of warranty rights and warranty in our dedicated Article. Within the European Union, the Tab 80 is of course also covered by a 24-month dealer warranty.

Input devices & operation - Blackview Tab 80 with Faceunlock

Finger inputs are implemented quickly and precisely on the 10.1-inch panel. Due to the low refresh rate of only 60 Hz, scrolling gestures in the browser or animations of the GUI interface always appear somewhat choppy - especially if you use a smartphone above 90 Hz in comparison. In addition, the not necessarily powerful Unisoc chipset occasionally has major problems with performance, which leads to delays.

The Tab 80 does not have a fingerprint scanner. However, an unlock function using biometric identification by face is possible via the front camera for a maximum of one stored face. However, both the reaction speed and the recognition rate of the rather unreliable 2D face recognition only convinced us to a limited extent. It sometimes takes one to two seconds before the user is recognized.

Test Blackview Tab 80 Tablet
Test Blackview Tab 80 Tablet
Test Blackview Tab 80 Tablet

Display - Blackview Tablet with LCD

The LC display uses a classic RGB sub-pixel matrix consisting of a red, a blue and a green light-emitting diode.
The LC display uses a classic RGB sub-pixel matrix consisting of a red, a blue and a green light-emitting diode.
The Blackview Tab 80 has halos.
The Blackview Tab 80 has halos.

The display of the entry-level tablet only delivers a resolution of 1,280 x 800 pixels in the classic 16:10 format, which is a bit too high compared to the 1,200p competition even for this price range. As a result, the pixel density of the 10.1-inch LCD panel is only a meagre 149 ppi and displayed text appears blurred.

The Tab 80 stands out more positively in the peak brightness we measured. With an even distribution of dark and bright areas (APL18), the entry-level tablet achieves very acceptable values for this product category with 453 cd/m². However, the luminance offered is not particularly high for HDR content, so high-contrast effects on the Tab 80's screen are limited. Our second measurement of the maximum brightness does not change this: The screen reaches 459 cd/m² with a pure white background.

Thanks to the display technology used, Blackview can do without pulse width modulation and flickering to control the brightness, but the Tab 80 has to struggle with the classic problems of an LCD (uneven illumination, halos, ...). There is no visible gap between the touchscreen and the glass cover, which means that the screen is probably laminated - a feature that is not always present even on expensive mid-range tablets from the Apple-Cosmos.

422
cd/m²
410
cd/m²
423
cd/m²
409
cd/m²
425
cd/m²
459
cd/m²
380
cd/m²
426
cd/m²
453
cd/m²
Distribution of brightness
tested with X-Rite i1Pro 2
Maximum: 459 cd/m² (Nits) Average: 423 cd/m² Minimum: 11.2 cd/m²
Brightness Distribution: 83 %
Center on Battery: 425 cd/m²
Contrast: 1063:1 (Black: 0.4 cd/m²)
ΔE Color 5.11 | 0.5-29.43 Ø5
ΔE Greyscale 2.8 | 0.57-98 Ø5.3
Gamma: 2.183
Blackview Tab 80
LCD, 1280x800, 10.10
Teclast T45 HD
IPS, 1920x1200, 10.51
Teclast M50 HD
IPS, 1920x1200, 10.10
Blackview Tab 12 Pro
IPS LCD, 1920x1200, 10.10
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3
IPS, 1920x1200, 10.10
Screen
-40%
-47%
-64%
-27%
Brightness middle
425
340
-20%
246
-42%
371
-13%
343
-19%
Brightness
423
298
-30%
227
-46%
348
-18%
332
-22%
Brightness Distribution
83
77
-7%
88
6%
82
-1%
94
13%
Black Level *
0.4
0.4
-0%
0.33
17%
0.48
-20%
0.31
22%
Contrast
1063
850
-20%
745
-30%
773
-27%
1106
4%
Colorchecker dE 2000 *
5.11
7.1
-39%
6.28
-23%
8.6
-68%
5.9
-15%
Colorchecker dE 2000 max. *
9.8
10.8
-10%
14.1
-44%
15.4
-57%
11.2
-14%
Greyscale dE 2000 *
2.8
8.2
-193%
8.8
-214%
11.3
-304%
7.9
-182%
Gamma
2.183 101%
2.427 91%
2.277 97%
2.04 108%
2.184 101%
CCT
7136 91%
9580 68%
8024 81%
9728 67%
9198 71%

* ... smaller is better

Screen Flickering / PWM (Pulse-Width Modulation)

To dim the screen, some notebooks will simply cycle the backlight on and off in rapid succession - a method called Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) . This cycling frequency should ideally be undetectable to the human eye. If said frequency is too low, users with sensitive eyes may experience strain or headaches or even notice the flickering altogether.
Screen flickering / PWM not detected

In comparison: 53 % of all tested devices do not use PWM to dim the display. If PWM was detected, an average of 18170 (minimum: 5 - maximum: 3846000) Hz was measured.

The Tab 80 offers three color modes and manual adjustment of the color temperature. We examined the imaging performance of the Blackview tablet with the photo spectrometer and the CalMAN analysis software. The "Standard" profile shows clear deviations from the target colors - especially for red and cyan. Compared to the entry-level competition, the DeltaE values of 5.1 for the colors and 2.9 for the grayscale in sRGB are still very acceptable.

The Tab 80 still has room for improvement in the display of absolute black, but offers a good black level for this price range - we determine a value of 0.4 cd/m² in our display measurement, which, in combination with the luminance offered, results in a solid contrast ratio of over 1:1,000.

Color accuracy (profile: standard, target color space: sRGB)
Color accuracy (profile: standard, target color space: sRGB)
Color space (profile: standard, target color space: Adobe RGB)
Color space (profile: standard, target color space: Adobe RGB)
Color space (profile: standard, target color space: P3)
Color space (profile: standard, target color space: P3)
Color space (profile: standard, target color space: sRGB)
Color space (profile: standard, target color space: sRGB)
Gray tones (profile: standard, target color space: sRGB)
Gray tones (profile: standard, target color space: sRGB)
Color saturation (profile: standard, target color space: sRGB)
Color saturation (profile: standard, target color space: sRGB)

Display Response Times

Display response times show how fast the screen is able to change from one color to the next. Slow response times can lead to afterimages and can cause moving objects to appear blurry (ghosting). Gamers of fast-paced 3D titles should pay special attention to fast response times.
       Response Time Black to White
19.5 ms ... rise ↗ and fall ↘ combined↗ 10.5 ms rise
↘ 9 ms fall
The screen shows good response rates in our tests, but may be too slow for competitive gamers.
In comparison, all tested devices range from 0.1 (minimum) to 240 (maximum) ms. » 36 % of all devices are better.
This means that the measured response time is similar to the average of all tested devices (21.6 ms).
       Response Time 50% Grey to 80% Grey
32.8 ms ... rise ↗ and fall ↘ combined↗ 16.3 ms rise
↘ 16.5 ms fall
The screen shows slow response rates in our tests and will be unsatisfactory for gamers.
In comparison, all tested devices range from 0.2 (minimum) to 636 (maximum) ms. » 37 % of all devices are better.
This means that the measured response time is similar to the average of all tested devices (34 ms).

The Blackview tablet remains sufficiently readable outdoors in winter conditions and presumably also in shady places in summer. However, this will be difficult in direct sunlight, as disturbing reflections will push the rather low luminance of the Tab 80 to its limits. Despite the glossy screen, the good contrast ratio makes the display easy to read in bright, well-lit rooms.

The viewing angle stability of the panel is satisfactory and the color fidelity is always maintained during normal viewing. The loss of brightness at flat viewing angles is not too pronounced.

Viewing angle of the Blackview Tab 80
Viewing angle of the Blackview Tab 80

Performance - Blackview Tab 80 with Unisoc SoC

The Unisoc T606 built into the Blackview tablet is an octa-core SoC manufactured in a 12 nm process, and is not a performance miracle. In combination with the 4 GB RAM in our test sample, the chipset ensures competitive performance - but the Tab 80 is not really powerful.

In our benchmark package, the low-performance CPU unit offers low results in Geekbench 6. Especially in multi-core, the competition with the same SoC sometimes clearly outperforms the Tab 80.

Geekbench 5.5
Single-Core
Average of class Tablet (140 - 1892, n=64, last 2 years)
678 Points +119%
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3
346 Points +12%
Blackview Tab 80
309 Points
Teclast T45 HD
308 Points 0%
Average UNISOC T606 (273 - 313, n=14)
306 Points -1%
Teclast M50 HD
305 Points -1%
Multi-Core
Average of class Tablet (312 - 8524, n=64, last 2 years)
2429 Points +95%
Teclast T45 HD
1323 Points +6%
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3
1267 Points +2%
Blackview Tab 80
1245 Points
Teclast M50 HD
1191 Points -4%
Average UNISOC T606 (708 - 1324, n=14)
1188 Points -5%
Geekbench 6.2
Single-Core
Average of class Tablet (185 - 2107, n=39, last 2 years)
796 Points +111%
Teclast T45 HD
378 Points 0%
Blackview Tab 80
377 Points
Average UNISOC T606 (371 - 378, n=6)
375 Points -1%
Blackview Tab 12 Pro
372 Points -1%
Teclast M50 HD
372 Points -1%
Multi-Core
Average of class Tablet (493 - 5652, n=39, last 2 years)
2251 Points +73%
Blackview Tab 12 Pro
1482 Points +14%
Teclast T45 HD
1419 Points +9%
Teclast M50 HD
1392 Points +7%
Average UNISOC T606 (1298 - 1482, n=6)
1387 Points +7%
Blackview Tab 80
1298 Points
Antutu v9 - Total Score
Average of class Tablet (92766 - 1416727, n=51, last 2 years)
458635 Points
Blackview Tab 12 Pro
238808 Points
Average UNISOC T606 (202973 - 238808, n=4)
219025 Points
Teclast T45 HD
216219 Points
Teclast M50 HD
202973 Points
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3
199786 Points
PCMark for Android - Work 3.0
Average of class Tablet (3195 - 17267, n=60, last 2 years)
8491 Points +18%
Teclast M50 HD
7259 Points +1%
Average UNISOC T606 (6637 - 7912, n=14)
7216 Points +1%
Blackview Tab 80
7178 Points
Teclast T45 HD
7142 Points -1%
Blackview Tab 12 Pro
6859 Points -4%
BaseMark OS II
Overall
Average of class Tablet (444 - 8886, n=49, last 2 years)
3536 Points +87%
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3
2283 Points +21%
Blackview Tab 12 Pro
1954 Points +4%
Teclast M50 HD
1923 Points +2%
Average UNISOC T606 (1887 - 1954, n=5)
1917 Points +2%
Teclast T45 HD
1899 Points +1%
Blackview Tab 80
1887 Points
System
Average of class Tablet (1103 - 14097, n=49, last 2 years)
6324 Points +46%
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3
4777 Points +10%
Teclast T45 HD
4362 Points +1%
Average UNISOC T606 (4332 - 4362, n=5)
4344 Points 0%
Teclast M50 HD
4335 Points 0%
Blackview Tab 80
4335 Points
Blackview Tab 12 Pro
4332 Points 0%
Memory
Average of class Tablet (916 - 8890, n=49, last 2 years)
4207 Points +57%
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3
3412 Points +28%
Blackview Tab 12 Pro
3095 Points +16%
Teclast M50 HD
2805 Points +5%
Average UNISOC T606 (2675 - 3095, n=5)
2805 Points +5%
Teclast T45 HD
2691 Points +1%
Blackview Tab 80
2675 Points
Graphics
Average of class Tablet (580 - 31738, n=49, last 2 years)
6459 Points +500%
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3
1497 Points +39%
Blackview Tab 80
1076 Points
Average UNISOC T606 (989 - 1076, n=5)
1023 Points -5%
Teclast T45 HD
1016 Points -6%
Teclast M50 HD
1011 Points -6%
Blackview Tab 12 Pro
989 Points -8%
Web
Average of class Tablet (10 - 1907, n=49, last 2 years)
1191 Points +15%
Blackview Tab 12 Pro
1123 Points +9%
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3
1114 Points +8%
Teclast M50 HD
1112 Points +8%
Average UNISOC T606 (1034 - 1123, n=5)
1094 Points +6%
Teclast T45 HD
1090 Points +5%
Blackview Tab 80
1034 Points
AImark - Score v3.x
Average of class Tablet (84 - 156427, n=36, last 2 years)
5710 Points +2130%
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3
302 Points +18%
Teclast M50 HD
279 Points +9%
Teclast T45 HD
278 Points +9%
Average UNISOC T606 (256 - 280, n=4)
273 Points +7%
Blackview Tab 80
256 Points
UL Procyon AI Inference for Android - Overall Score NNAPI
Average of class Tablet (1662 - 44323, n=46, last 2 years)
8783 Points +228%
Blackview Tab 12 Pro
3748 Points +40%
Average UNISOC T606 (2678 - 3748, n=5)
2916 Points +9%
Teclast T45 HD
2729 Points +2%
Teclast M50 HD
2690 Points 0%
Blackview Tab 80
2678 Points
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3
1662 Points -38%

Legend

 
Blackview Tab 80 UNISOC T606, ARM Mali-G57 MP1, 128 GB eMMC Flash
 
Teclast T45 HD UNISOC T606, ARM Mali-G57 MP1, 128 GB UFS 2.0 Flash
 
Teclast M50 HD UNISOC T606, ARM Mali-G57 MP1, 128 GB eMMC Flash
 
Blackview Tab 12 Pro UNISOC T606, ARM Mali-G57 MP1, 128 GB UFS 2.0 Flash
 
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3 UNISOC T610, ARM Mali-G52 MP2, 64 GB eMMC Flash

Since the Tab 80 has significantly fewer pixels to deal with than the 1,200p competition, the entry-level tablet performs better in the on-screen graphics tests than a Blackview Tab 12 Pro. However, the performance of the Mali G57 MP1 is put into perspective in the off-screen values of the GFXBench. Here, the Tab 80 often brings up the rear in the comparison field.

3DMark / Wild Life Extreme Unlimited
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3
Mali-G52 MP2, T610, 64 GB eMMC Flash
132 Points +27%
Blackview Tab 12 Pro
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB UFS 2.0 Flash
121 Points +16%
Blackview Tab 80
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB eMMC Flash
104 Points
Teclast T45 HD
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB UFS 2.0 Flash
102 Points -2%
Teclast M50 HD
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB eMMC Flash
100 Points -4%
3DMark / Wild Life Extreme
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3
Mali-G52 MP2, T610, 64 GB eMMC Flash
135 Points +34%
Blackview Tab 12 Pro
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB UFS 2.0 Flash
113 Points +12%
Blackview Tab 80
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB eMMC Flash
101 Points
Teclast T45 HD
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB UFS 2.0 Flash
99 Points -2%
Teclast M50 HD
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB eMMC Flash
90 Points -11%
3DMark / Wild Life Unlimited Score
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3
Mali-G52 MP2, T610, 64 GB eMMC Flash
522 Points +23%
Blackview Tab 80
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB eMMC Flash
424 Points
Teclast T45 HD
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB UFS 2.0 Flash
422 Points 0%
Teclast M50 HD
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB eMMC Flash
421 Points -1%
Blackview Tab 12 Pro
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB UFS 2.0 Flash
404 Points -5%
3DMark / Wild Life Score
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3
Mali-G52 MP2, T610, 64 GB eMMC Flash
524 Points +21%
Blackview Tab 80
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB eMMC Flash
432 Points
Teclast M50 HD
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB eMMC Flash
425 Points -2%
Teclast T45 HD
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB UFS 2.0 Flash
424 Points -2%
Blackview Tab 12 Pro
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB UFS 2.0 Flash
414 Points -4%
3DMark / Sling Shot Extreme (ES 3.1) Unlimited
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3
Mali-G52 MP2, T610, 64 GB eMMC Flash
1146 Points +16%
Blackview Tab 80
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB eMMC Flash
989 Points
Teclast T45 HD
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB UFS 2.0 Flash
979 Points -1%
Teclast M50 HD
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB eMMC Flash
978 Points -1%
Blackview Tab 12 Pro
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB UFS 2.0 Flash
976 Points -1%
3DMark / Sling Shot Extreme (ES 3.1) Unlimited Graphics
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3
Mali-G52 MP2, T610, 64 GB eMMC Flash
979 Points +19%
Teclast T45 HD
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB UFS 2.0 Flash
830 Points +1%
Teclast M50 HD
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB eMMC Flash
829 Points +1%
Blackview Tab 12 Pro
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB UFS 2.0 Flash
825 Points 0%
Blackview Tab 80
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB eMMC Flash
822 Points
3DMark / Sling Shot Extreme (ES 3.1) Unlimited Physics
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3
Mali-G52 MP2, T610, 64 GB eMMC Flash
2848 Points +10%
Teclast M50 HD
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB eMMC Flash
2650 Points +2%
Teclast T45 HD
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB UFS 2.0 Flash
2647 Points +2%
Blackview Tab 12 Pro
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB UFS 2.0 Flash
2637 Points +2%
Blackview Tab 80
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB eMMC Flash
2593 Points
GFXBench (DX / GLBenchmark) 2.7 / T-Rex Onscreen
Blackview Tab 80
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB eMMC Flash
34 fps
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3
Mali-G52 MP2, T610, 64 GB eMMC Flash
31 fps -9%
Teclast M50 HD
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB eMMC Flash
22 fps -35%
Teclast T45 HD
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB UFS 2.0 Flash
21 fps -38%
GFXBench (DX / GLBenchmark) 2.7 / T-Rex Offscreen
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3
Mali-G52 MP2, T610, 64 GB eMMC Flash
32 fps +52%
Teclast M50 HD
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB eMMC Flash
22 fps +5%
Teclast T45 HD
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB UFS 2.0 Flash
22 fps +5%
Blackview Tab 80
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB eMMC Flash
21 fps
GFXBench 3.0 / Manhattan Onscreen OGL
Blackview Tab 80
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB eMMC Flash
27 fps
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3
Mali-G52 MP2, T610, 64 GB eMMC Flash
19 fps -30%
Teclast M50 HD
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB eMMC Flash
14 fps -48%
Teclast T45 HD
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB UFS 2.0 Flash
14 fps -48%
GFXBench 3.0 / 1080p Manhattan Offscreen
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3
Mali-G52 MP2, T610, 64 GB eMMC Flash
20 fps +43%
Teclast M50 HD
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB eMMC Flash
14 fps 0%
Teclast T45 HD
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB UFS 2.0 Flash
14 fps 0%
Blackview Tab 80
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB eMMC Flash
14 fps
GFXBench 3.1 / Manhattan ES 3.1 Onscreen
Blackview Tab 80
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB eMMC Flash
19 fps
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3
Mali-G52 MP2, T610, 64 GB eMMC Flash
11 fps -42%
Teclast M50 HD
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB eMMC Flash
8.7 fps -54%
Teclast T45 HD
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB UFS 2.0 Flash
8.6 fps -55%
GFXBench 3.1 / Manhattan ES 3.1 Offscreen
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3
Mali-G52 MP2, T610, 64 GB eMMC Flash
12 fps +38%
Teclast M50 HD
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB eMMC Flash
8.7 fps 0%
Blackview Tab 80
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB eMMC Flash
8.7 fps
Teclast T45 HD
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB UFS 2.0 Flash
8.6 fps -1%
GFXBench / Car Chase Onscreen
Blackview Tab 80
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB eMMC Flash
11 fps
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3
Mali-G52 MP2, T610, 64 GB eMMC Flash
6.4 fps -42%
Teclast M50 HD
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB eMMC Flash
5.2 fps -53%
Teclast T45 HD
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB UFS 2.0 Flash
5.1 fps -54%
GFXBench / Car Chase Offscreen
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3
Mali-G52 MP2, T610, 64 GB eMMC Flash
6.6 fps +16%
Blackview Tab 80
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB eMMC Flash
5.7 fps
Teclast M50 HD
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB eMMC Flash
5.4 fps -5%
Teclast T45 HD
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB UFS 2.0 Flash
5.3 fps -7%
GFXBench / Aztec Ruins High Tier Onscreen
Blackview Tab 80
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB eMMC Flash
7 fps
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3
Mali-G52 MP2, T610, 64 GB eMMC Flash
4.5 fps -36%
Teclast M50 HD
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB eMMC Flash
3.4 fps -51%
Teclast T45 HD
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB UFS 2.0 Flash
3.4 fps -51%
GFXBench / Aztec Ruins High Tier Offscreen
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3
Mali-G52 MP2, T610, 64 GB eMMC Flash
2.7 fps +29%
Blackview Tab 80
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB eMMC Flash
2.1 fps
Teclast M50 HD
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB eMMC Flash
2 fps -5%
Teclast T45 HD
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB UFS 2.0 Flash
2 fps -5%
GFXBench / Aztec Ruins Normal Tier Onscreen
Blackview Tab 80
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB eMMC Flash
11 fps
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3
Mali-G52 MP2, T610, 64 GB eMMC Flash
7.4 fps -33%
Teclast M50 HD
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB eMMC Flash
5.4 fps -51%
Teclast T45 HD
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB UFS 2.0 Flash
5.3 fps -52%
GFXBench / Aztec Ruins Normal Tier Offscreen
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3
Mali-G52 MP2, T610, 64 GB eMMC Flash
7.8 fps +47%
Teclast M50 HD
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB eMMC Flash
5.5 fps +4%
Teclast T45 HD
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB UFS 2.0 Flash
5.4 fps +2%
Blackview Tab 80
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB eMMC Flash
5.3 fps
GFXBench / 4K Aztec Ruins High Tier Offscreen
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3
Mali-G52 MP2, T610, 64 GB eMMC Flash
1.2 fps +50%
Teclast T45 HD
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB UFS 2.0 Flash
0.87 fps +9%
Teclast M50 HD
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB eMMC Flash
0.85 fps +6%
Blackview Tab 80
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB eMMC Flash
0.8 fps
Blackview Tab 12 Pro
Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB UFS 2.0 Flash
fps -100%

The Blackview tablet does not cover itself in glory in the browser benchmarks either. In everyday life, users have to forgive the entry-level tablet for long loading times.

Jetstream 2 - Total Score
Average of class Tablet (19.9 - 236, n=57, last 2 years)
84.8 Points +78%
Teclast M50 HD (Chrome 120)
50.247 Points +5%
Teclast T45 HD (Chrome 120.0.6099.144)
49.853 Points +4%
Blackview Tab 12 Pro (Chrome 115)
48.464 Points +1%
Blackview Tab 80 (Chrome 120)
47.753 Points
Average UNISOC T606 (38.1 - 50.2, n=6)
47.3 Points -1%
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3 (Chrome 111)
46.85 Points -2%
WebXPRT 4 - Overall
Average of class Tablet (21 - 227, n=54, last 2 years)
83.5 Points +64%
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3 (Chrome 111)
53 Points +4%
Teclast M50 HD (Chrome 120)
52 Points +2%
Teclast T45 HD (Chrome 120.0.6099.144)
52 Points +2%
Average UNISOC T606 (51 - 52, n=5)
51.6 Points +1%
Blackview Tab 12 Pro (Chrome 115)
51 Points 0%
Blackview Tab 80 (Chrome 120)
51 Points
WebXPRT 3 - Overall
Average of class Tablet (34 - 342, n=41, last 2 years)
121.7 Points +56%
Blackview Tab 80 (Chrome 120)
78 Points
Average UNISOC T606 (77 - 78, n=2)
77.5 Points -1%
Teclast T45 HD (Chrome 120.0.6099.144)
77 Points -1%
Speedometer 2.0 - Result
Average of class Tablet (14.7 - 376, n=50, last 2 years)
78.2 runs/min +112%
Teclast M50 HD (Chrome 120)
39.3 runs/min +7%
Teclast T45 HD (Chrome 120.0.6099.144)
38.9 runs/min +5%
Average UNISOC T606 (31.2 - 39.3, n=5)
37.1 runs/min +1%
Blackview Tab 80 (Chrome 120)
36.9 runs/min
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3 (Chome 111)
34.43 runs/min -7%
Octane V2 - Total Score
Average of class Tablet (2672 - 74614, n=68, last 2 years)
23080 Points +96%
Blackview Tab 12 Pro (Chrome 115)
12642 Points +7%
Teclast T45 HD (Chrome 120.0.6099.144)
12452 Points +6%
Teclast M50 HD (Chrome 120)
12397 Points +5%
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3 (Chrome 111)
11952 Points +1%
Blackview Tab 80 (Chrome 120)
11786 Points
Average UNISOC T606 (9871 - 12696, n=9)
11677 Points -1%
Mozilla Kraken 1.1 - Total
Average of class Tablet (451 - 34733, n=57, last 2 years)
3274 ms * -3%
Blackview Tab 12 Pro (Chrome 115)
3186.8 ms * -0%
Blackview Tab 80 (Chrome 120)
3176.1 ms *
Average UNISOC T606 (3013 - 3187, n=5)
3089 ms * +3%
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3 (Chrome 111)
3075.1 ms * +3%
Teclast M50 HD (Chrome 120)
3053.2 ms * +4%
Teclast T45 HD (Chrome 120.0.6099.144)
3017.2 ms * +5%

* ... smaller is better

The Tab 80's aging eMMC memory only achieves very low values in our AndroBench benchmark measurements. Compared to a Teclast T45 HD with UFS 2.0 memory, the Blackview tablet has significantly lower read and write speeds.

Blackview Tab 80Teclast T45 HDTeclast M50 HDBlackview Tab 12 ProLenovo Tab M10 Gen 3Average 128 GB eMMC FlashAverage of class Tablet
AndroBench 3-5
110%
-6%
72%
16%
-2%
150%
Sequential Read 256KB
266.71
806.38
202%
266.2
0%
512.71
92%
277.2
4%
283 ?(106.7 - 511, n=73)
6%
836 ?(163 - 3414, n=63, last 2 years)
213%
Sequential Write 256KB
235.98
205.89
-13%
192.3
-19%
196.44
-17%
210.4
-11%
192.9 ?(72.3 - 314, n=73)
-18%
530 ?(78.2 - 2528, n=63, last 2 years)
125%
Random Read 4KB
65.11
136.81
110%
70.4
8%
129.56
99%
105.1
61%
82.6 ?(8.63 - 247, n=73)
27%
164.2 ?(18.4 - 451, n=63, last 2 years)
152%
Random Write 4KB
70.74
168.92
139%
61
-14%
149.89
112%
78.5
11%
53.9 ?(3.84 - 159.9, n=73)
-24%
148.8 ?(8.23 - 503, n=63, last 2 years)
110%

Games - The Blackview Tab 80 is not a gaming tablet

With the app from GameBench we usually determine the refresh rates for selected Android games. We want to find out whether the tablet supports the maximum possible 60 fps. However, the application does not record frames per second on the Tab 80, so we cannot provide exact values.

PUBG Mobile is only supported with a low graphics setting; HD mode cannot be selected. There are no noticeable stutters, which is also due to the low resolution of the panel. Even less demanding games, such as Dead Trigger 2, can be played smoothly with the low-performance Mali G57 MP1.

Dead Trigger 2
Dead Trigger 2
PUBG Mobile
PUBG Mobile

Emissions - Blackview Tab 80 with little waste heat

Temperature

The casing of the entry-level tablet barely heats up in everyday use, with an average temperature of around 35 °C (95 °F) in our measurements under load.

We use the 3DMark battery tests to check the heat dissipation behavior inside the Tab 80. The Wild-Life stress tests end their recording after twenty loops of the respective benchmark with a consistency of over 81 and 98 percent.

Even under continuous load, we can hardly get the Unisoc T606 to experience any significant throttling - the slightly lower score in the Wild-Life Extreme is achieved as a result of runs with a higher score than at the start of the measurement.

Max. Load
 32.3 °C
90 F
35.1 °C
95 F
29.7 °C
85 F
 
 32.3 °C
90 F
30.4 °C
87 F
29.6 °C
85 F
 
 31.4 °C
89 F
31.1 °C
88 F
28.6 °C
83 F
 
Maximum: 35.1 °C = 95 F
Average: 31.2 °C = 88 F
29.7 °C
85 F
33.8 °C
93 F
31.4 °C
89 F
28.7 °C
84 F
31.1 °C
88 F
30.1 °C
86 F
27.9 °C
82 F
29 °C
84 F
29.4 °C
85 F
Maximum: 33.8 °C = 93 F
Average: 30.1 °C = 86 F
Power Supply (max.)  42.6 °C = 109 F | Room Temperature 20.5 °C = 69 F | Fluke t3000FC (calibrated), Voltcraft IR-260
(+) The average temperature for the upper side under maximal load is 31.2 °C / 88 F, compared to the average of 30 °C / 86 F for the devices in the class Tablet.
(+) The maximum temperature on the upper side is 35.1 °C / 95 F, compared to the average of 33.8 °C / 93 F, ranging from 20.7 to 53.2 °C for the class Tablet.
(+) The bottom heats up to a maximum of 33.8 °C / 93 F, compared to the average of 33.3 °C / 92 F
(+) In idle usage, the average temperature for the upper side is 23.2 °C / 74 F, compared to the device average of 30 °C / 86 F.

3DMark Wild Life Stress Test

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Blackview Tab 80 Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB eMMC Flash; Wild Life Stress Test Stability; 0.0.0.0: Ø2.54 (2.52-2.56)
Teclast T45 HD Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB UFS 2.0 Flash; Wild Life Stress Test Stability; 0.0.0.0: Ø2.54 (2.53-2.56)
Teclast M50 HD Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB eMMC Flash; Wild Life Stress Test Stability; 0.0.0.0: Ø2.54 (2.53-2.55)
Blackview Tab 12 Pro Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB UFS 2.0 Flash; Wild Life Stress Test Stability; 0.0.0.0: Ø2.5 (2.49-2.52)
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3 Mali-G52 MP2, T610, 64 GB eMMC Flash; Wild Life Stress Test Stability; 0.0.0.0: Ø3.14 (3.13-3.16)
Blackview Tab 80 Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB eMMC Flash; Wild Life Extreme Stress Test; 1.1.4.1: Ø0.619 (0.55-0.676)
Teclast T45 HD Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB UFS 2.0 Flash; Wild Life Extreme Stress Test; 1.1.4.1: Ø0.645 (0.584-0.706)
Teclast M50 HD Mali-G57 MP1, T606, 128 GB eMMC Flash; Wild Life Extreme Stress Test; 1.1.4.1: Ø0.633 (0.547-0.721)
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3 Mali-G52 MP2, T610, 64 GB eMMC Flash; Wild Life Extreme Stress Test; 1.1.0.2: Ø0.799 (0.789-0.809)
3DMark
Wild Life Extreme Stress Test
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3
97.5 (0.789min - 0.809max) % +20%
Teclast T45 HD
82.7 (0.584min - 0.706max) % +2%
Blackview Tab 80
81.3 (0.55min - 0.676max) %
Teclast M50 HD
75.9 (0.547min - 0.721max) % -7%
Blackview Tab 12 Pro
% -100%
Wild Life Stress Test Stability
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3
99.3 (3.13min - 3.16max) % +1%
Teclast M50 HD
99.3 (2.53min - 2.55max) % +1%
Blackview Tab 12 Pro
98.9 (2.49min - 2.52max) % +1%
Teclast T45 HD
98.8 (2.53min - 2.56max) % +1%
Blackview Tab 80
98.2 (2.52min - 2.56max) %

Legend

 
Blackview Tab 80 UNISOC T606, ARM Mali-G57 MP1, 128 GB eMMC Flash
 
Teclast T45 HD UNISOC T606, ARM Mali-G57 MP1, 128 GB UFS 2.0 Flash
 
Teclast M50 HD UNISOC T606, ARM Mali-G57 MP1, 128 GB eMMC Flash
 
Blackview Tab 12 Pro UNISOC T606, ARM Mali-G57 MP1, 128 GB UFS 2.0 Flash
 
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3 UNISOC T610, ARM Mali-G52 MP2, 64 GB eMMC Flash

Speaker

The Tab 80 provides the user with two speakers with a maximum volume of only 78 dB(A). The output quality of the two sound sources is okay, but basses are not represented. Otherwise, the entry-level tablet delivers a fairly linear presentation of mids and highs, although the super tweeters in the Pink Noise drop off considerably.

A 3.5 mm jack connection can be used for wired audio output. A manageable selection of audio codecs is also available wirelessly via Bluetooth 5.0: SBC, AAC, aptX and aptX HD as well as LDAC are available.

dB(A) 0102030405060708090Deep BassMiddle BassHigh BassLower RangeMidsHigher MidsLower HighsMid HighsUpper HighsSuper Highs2035.841.2254036.63130.327.74033.6335036.634.2632728.28020.61810016.821.812516.130.416014.940.720010.343.82507.241.93157.350.44007.856.95009.258.4630863.88009.467100015.266.112509.366.616008.969.620009.767.2250010.766.9315011.26340001265.6500012.866.1630013.664.4800014.459.21000015.358.1125001655.81600016.947.4SPL24.277.7N0.539.8median 11.2median 59.2Delta3.110.139.438.83736.132.93032.131.535.732.227.428.321.5212325.224.129.319.535.713.54113.648.512.651.5125611.461.811.965.711.871.713.271.515.869.11168.211.363.61267.712.971.614.873.917.271.515.762.615.96416.561.516.85217.745.626.581.30.848.6median 13.6median 62.62.710.2hearing rangehide median Pink NoiseBlackview Tab 80Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3
Frequency diagram (checkboxes can be checked and unchecked to compare devices)
Blackview Tab 80 audio analysis

(±) | speaker loudness is average but good (77.7 dB)
Bass 100 - 315 Hz
(-) | nearly no bass - on average 21% lower than median
(±) | linearity of bass is average (12.6% delta to prev. frequency)
Mids 400 - 2000 Hz
(±) | higher mids - on average 6.1% higher than median
(+) | mids are linear (6.1% delta to prev. frequency)
Highs 2 - 16 kHz
(+) | balanced highs - only 4.5% away from median
(+) | highs are linear (4.5% delta to prev. frequency)
Overall 100 - 16.000 Hz
(±) | linearity of overall sound is average (21.6% difference to median)
Compared to same class
» 57% of all tested devices in this class were better, 5% similar, 38% worse
» The best had a delta of 7%, average was 23%, worst was 129%
Compared to all devices tested
» 55% of all tested devices were better, 7% similar, 37% worse
» The best had a delta of 4%, average was 25%, worst was 134%

Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3 audio analysis

(±) | speaker loudness is average but good (81.3 dB)
Bass 100 - 315 Hz
(-) | nearly no bass - on average 24.1% lower than median
(±) | linearity of bass is average (10.4% delta to prev. frequency)
Mids 400 - 2000 Hz
(±) | higher mids - on average 5.2% higher than median
(±) | linearity of mids is average (7.2% delta to prev. frequency)
Highs 2 - 16 kHz
(±) | higher highs - on average 5.2% higher than median
(±) | linearity of highs is average (7.4% delta to prev. frequency)
Overall 100 - 16.000 Hz
(±) | linearity of overall sound is average (23.1% difference to median)
Compared to same class
» 63% of all tested devices in this class were better, 6% similar, 31% worse
» The best had a delta of 7%, average was 23%, worst was 129%
Compared to all devices tested
» 64% of all tested devices were better, 6% similar, 30% worse
» The best had a delta of 4%, average was 25%, worst was 134%

Power management - Blackview tablet lower power consumption

Energy Consumption

The fully discharged battery can be fully recharged in around five hours using the included 10-watt charger.

Consumption is relatively efficient for a 10.1-inch tablet, and the power consumption of just 1.0 watts is particularly noticeable when idle. However, the low resolution of the panel also plays an important role here.

Power Consumption
Off / Standbydarklight 0.1 / 0.2 Watt
Idledarkmidlight 0.8 / 1 / 1.5 Watt
Load midlight 3.2 / 4.9 Watt
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Key: min: dark, med: mid, max: light        Metrahit Energy
Currently we use the Metrahit Energy, a professional single phase power quality and energy measurement digital multimeter, for our measurements. Find out more about it here. All of our test methods can be found here.
Blackview Tab 80
7680 mAh
Teclast T45 HD
7200 mAh
Teclast M50 HD
6000 mAh
Blackview Tab 12 Pro
6580 mAh
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3
5100 mAh
Power Consumption
-28%
-21%
-84%
-107%
Idle Minimum *
0.8
1.2
-50%
1.2
-50%
0.98
-23%
1.9
-138%
Idle Average *
1
1.4
-40%
1.3
-30%
3
-200%
2.1
-110%
Idle Maximum *
1.5
1.7
-13%
1.5
-0%
3.14
-109%
2.5
-67%
Load Average *
3.2
2.8
12%
3.6
-13%
4.19
-31%
7.6
-138%
Load Maximum *
4.9
7.4
-51%
5.5
-12%
7.73
-58%
9
-84%

* ... smaller is better

Power Consumption: Geekbench (150 cd/m²)

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Blackview Tab 80 UNISOC T606: Ø2.68 (0.883-4.87)
Teclast T45 HD UNISOC T606: Ø4.84 (2.81-7.37)

Power Consumption: GFXBench (150 cd/m²)

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Blackview Tab 80 UNISOC T606; 1920x1080 Aztec Ruins Normal Offscreen: Ø1.642 (0.839-2.16)
Teclast T45 HD UNISOC T606; 1920x1080 Aztec Ruins Normal Offscreen: Ø3.43 (2.61-5.01)
Blackview Tab 80 UNISOC T606; Idle 150cd/m2: Ø1.066 (0.859-1.494)
Teclast T45 HD UNISOC T606; Idle 150cd/m2: Ø1.251 (1.183-1.578)

Battery life

With a nominal charge of 7,680 mAh, the Tab 80's energy storage promises a good battery life in our measurements, also thanks to the 800p screen.

And indeed, the Blackview tablet lasts a very long 17 hours in the WLAN test with an adjusted display brightness of 150 cd/m², as well as 14.5 hours in our continuous video playback with the WLAN module deactivated.

Battery Runtime
Idle (without WLAN, min brightness)
43h 11min
WiFi Websurfing
16h 52min
Big Buck Bunny H.264 1080p
14h 31min
Load (maximum brightness)
8h 28min
Blackview Tab 80
7680 mAh
Teclast T45 HD
7200 mAh
Teclast M50 HD
6000 mAh
Blackview Tab 12 Pro
6580 mAh
Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3
5100 mAh
Battery Runtime
-22%
-32%
-19%
-21%
Reader / Idle
2591
1611
-38%
1774
-32%
1952
-25%
H.264
871
924
6%
785
-10%
1002
15%
WiFi v1.3
1012
846
-16%
667
-34%
817
-19%
861
-15%
Load
508
302
-41%
249
-51%
213
-58%

Pros

+ long runtimes
+ bright display for the price range
+ LTE modem
+ localization possible
+ phone function

Cons

- low resolution
- lame SoC and memory
- unclear update supply
- slow charging

Verdict

In review: Blackview Tab 80.
In review: Blackview Tab 80.

The Blackview Tab 80 is a solid entry-level tablet, whereby the low price of the 10.1-inch case is not noticeable. The aluminum chassis scores with a good build quality, but at 484 grams (~1.1 lb) it is also somewhat heavier than most of its competitors, such as the Blackview Tab 12 Pro.

If you don't want to spend a lot of money on a tablet, the Blackview Tab 80 is a solid companion without any major unique selling points compared to the competition.

If we look at the equipment package of the Tab 80, compromises have to be made as expected given the price range. The Blackview tablet scores with a fairly bright LCD display with good contrasts and reasonable calibration.

However, at around 150 ppi, it has a very low resolution for a 10.1-inch tablet, although the low number of pixels has a positive effect on runtimes and graphics load. If you want a sharper display, you will find plenty of choice among the 1,200p competition (Teclast M50 HD, Lenovo Tab M10 Gen 3, ...). The slow eMMC memory is sometimes replaced by a significantly faster UFS memory in the competition, such as the Teclast T45 HD.

Too much performance should not be expected from the Tab 80's Unisoc SoC. However, the performance offered is sufficient for simple tasks and no other low-budget tablet offers more computing power. However, the Telekom T Tablet is an exciting alternative in the affordable mid-range with more power and 5G support. A Redmi Pad SE with 90 Hz and a significantly better display is also available for a manageable surcharge.

Price and availability

The Blackview Tab 80 is available on amazon.de for less than 120 Euros (~$130) in the version with 4 GB RAM. On the manufacturer's website, (at the time of testing) it is available at a slightly lower price by adding a voucher.

Blackview Tab 80 - 01/20/2024 v7
Marcus Herbrich

Chassis
74 / 98 → 75%
Keyboard
69%
Pointing Device
88 / 40-88 → 100%
Connectivity
39%
Weight
83%
Battery
90 / 92 → 98%
Display
81%
Games Performance
10%
Application Performance
60 / 91 → 66%
Temperature
95%
Noise
100%
Audio
68%
Camera
54%
Average
70%
80%
Tablet - Weighted Average

Transparency

The present review sample was made available to the author as a loan by the manufacturer or a shop for the purposes of review. The lender had no influence on this review, nor did the manufacturer receive a copy of this review before publication. There was no obligation to publish this review.

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Marcus Herbrich, 2024-01-29 (Update: 2024-01-29)