Teclast T45 HD: New tablet with Android, jack, HD display and dual-SIM
The Teclast T45 HD is a new tablet with which the manufacturer, as usual, is primarily targeting price-conscious customers with few demands, especially when it comes to computing power. Specifically, it should be able to render media well - although there is no mention of Widevine certification and so this is unlikely to be on board.
The 10.5-inch IPS panel has a resolution of 1,920 x 1,200. T-Color 3.0 is intended to optimize color reproduction. Teclast advertises a touch sampling rate of 120 Hz, so the screen's refresh rate should be the standard 60 Hz.
Android 13 is used as the operating system, so customers can expect a (still) up-to-date operating system. The SoC is a Unisoc Tiger T606, which combines a powerful Cortex A75 with six efficient A55 computing cores. A Mali-G57 GPU is also installed. The 8 GB of RAM can be expanded up to 16 GB via a swap file and there is a memory card slot for the 128 GB internal memory.
Two speakers are available for music playback and headphones can also be connected via a 3.5 millimeter jack. The metal chassis is 7.5 millimeters thin and houses a battery with a capacity of 7,200 mAh and also a GNSS module with GPS, Glonass, Galileo and Beidou support. A cellular module is also on board, which supports connection to 4G networks - the use of two SIM cards is possible. A 13-megapixel main camera and an 8-megapixel front camera are installed, which should also allow for Face Unlock.
The Teclast T45HD is currently listed on the manufacturer's website for just under US$240, but does not yet appear be available for sale.