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Alldocube announces iPlay 40 tablet powered by UNISOC Tiger T618 SoC


Alldocube has announced a new tablet in China. Going by the name, it is likely a successor to the iPlay 30 that went on sale a month ago. One of the highlighting points is that the tablet is powered by a UNISOC SoC.

Alldocube took to Weibo(via ITHome) to showcase the tablet design along with key specifications. Design-wise, it has a micro-frame design with equal bezels on all sides. A selfie camera is barely visible at the top. The company says that the device has a thickness of about 7.8mm.

That said, the render doesn’t reveal any other info like ports, colors, rear camera, and more. But the display is a slight improvement over the iPlay 30 which has 1920×1200 pixels. For the unware, Alldocube is a Chinese digital brand and focuses on Android tablets, Windows 2-in1 PCs, MP3 & MP4 Players, E-books, and more.

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Alldocube iPlay 40 Specifications

Accordingly, the tablet features a 10.4-inch 2K in-Cell full-screen display with equal borders. The display supports a resolution of 2000×1200 pixels and the company says the High-end in-Cell tech will help in a better viewing experience. Further, the company also mentions that the above tech will improve touch response. This is something we will have to wait till the entire specs are out to know more.

Moving on, the device is powered by the UNISOC Tiger T618 chipset

. If you recall, ZTE launched a UNISOC version of the Axon 20 5G, a few days ago. The chipset is UNISOC next-gen octa-core CPU built on a 12nm process. Regarding the cores, it has 2xCortex-A75 cores clocked at 2GHz, and 6xCortex-A55 clocked at 2GHz. It has a Mali G52 3EE game-level GPU.

In case you don’t know, UNISOC is China’s fabless semiconductor company headquartered in Shanghai. It is primarily known for making mobile chipsets like T7520, T7510, T710, and more. Some of the notable devices launched with UNISOC SoCs include HiSense F50 5G

, Nokia C3, ZTE Blade V2020, HiSense R11 5G, and more. And more smartphones with it’s latest Tiger T7520 5G chipset will debut in 2021.

Coming back, other specs of iPlay 40 includes four speakers, a customized UI, and more. Sadly, Alldocube hasn’t revealed anything other than these about the device. In fact, we don’t have a price or a launch date just yet. However, considering it’s already been announced, we think it won’t take much longer for the tablet to hit the markets.

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