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Snapdragon 665 powered TCL TAB MAX with 10.4-inches 2K display and 6GB RAM announced

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The TCL 30 SE smartphone listed on Aliexpress yesterday was not actually alone, it came along with a TCL tablet dubbed TAB MAX 10.4. Actually, it is 10.4 because it has a 10.4-inches screen (10.36 to be precise), and these gets up to 2000 x 1200 display resolution, with the company’s NXTVISION display technology on board.

Powering the TAB MAX 10.4 is Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 665 CPU. The SoC has 8-core CPU maxed at 2.0GHz, and backed by 6GB RAM. There is a single storage option available; a 256-Gigs of internal storage that can double itself through an external SD-card.

TCL TAB MAX 10.4 with Snapdragon CPU

Note that TCL 10 TABMAX has with Android 10 and MediaTek MT8788 CPU has been around since September of 2020, hence should not be confused with TAB MAX 10.4, which relies on Snapdragon CPU, even though both has 10.36-inches 2K display.

Admittedly, both the 10 TABMAX and the TAB MAX 10.4 has almost every other specs in common, save for the newer Android 11 OS, larger RAM and storage and the obvious switch from MediaTek CPU to Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU.

Like the older model, the new comer is built into a 7.65mm body, within which there is an 8000mAh battery with 18W fast charging. The TAB MAX 10.4 has a single 8-megapixel camera lens on the front, while the rear snapper is a 13-megapixel lens with f/1.8 aperture and an LED flash.

The tablet supports TCL Stylus Pen, and it can be bought as an addon accessories from Aliexpress. It is available in Space Gray, support both 2.4GHz and 5GHz WiFi speed as well as Bluetooth 5.0. The tab will begin selling from February 21st, with the base WiFi-only model being promoted as low as $219 USD.

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