Update: Sorry folks, it will not be getting the Core M3-6Y30 that info was incorrect, it will still come with the Celeron N3450 which is much better in a way for battery life.
Teclast has a new tablet coming it’s a budget offering and will be their first Android 9 tablet. The Teclast P80X is a 4G low end 8″ tablet with 1280 x 800 IPS screen. The chipset is one I’ve never seen before an 8-core Chinese Unisoc SC9863A paired with 2GB of RAM and a 16GB eMMC. So you can expect basic performance from that one. It does have GPS support and price wise looks to be selling for $89.99 at Banggood.
The other news is the Teclast F5R which is a cheaper version of the Teclast F5 I reviewed will be getting the
Core M3-6Y30 which isn’t exactly a new SoC but a step up in power at least over the previously listed Apollo Lake Celeron N3450. Just like Chuwi with the Aerobook the Chinese manufacturer is forced to use the Intel Core M3-6Y30 (Update: It will have the Apollo Lake N3450) as it’s the only chipset available to them from Intel for either stock reasons or the cost.
The rest of the laptop remains the same, Windows 10 home. 11.6″ 1920 x 1080 IPS fully laminated OGS screen, 27Wh battery, Type-C with fast Type-C PD charging. Just 1 kilo and 13mm thick.