Teclast P89 is a rival iPad Mini tablet with Intel "engine" and a score of over 30000 on Antutu!

Intel Telecast

The Chinese manufacturer of tablet Teclast has launched a new Android device inspired by the iPad Mini, with extraordinary power thanks to the new Intel Atom chip: the Telecast P89.

This year was characterized by the consideration of the Intel Atom processors, by many manufacturers. The Lenovo K900 is a great example of high-end smartphones equipped with Intel processor while ZTE, in contrast, has in store a device to enter the market for those who have limited spending budgets.

That said, the devices with on board Intel chips are not new, but a tablet with this processor yes!
The Teclast P89 is a mini Android tablet from 7.9 inches that contains a 1024 x XUMXX resolution display, integrated GPS, 769 mega-pixel camera, Bluetooth 5 and Android JB 4.0 in just 4.2.2 mm thick.

Intel Telecast
The most important features, however, come from the analysis of the battery and the result obtained in the Antutu benchmark. According to the test results, the Teclast P89 would total 30.285 on Antutu and have a battery life in standby mode of about 60 days, or 10 hours of continuous use.
The retailer Orientdeal has for sale the tablet for the sum of 284,20 $ (about 215 €) with the choice between the version in white or black.
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