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ZTE brings the Blade X10 Pro to Malaysia with UNISOC CPU

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When it comes to smartphone, ZTE is a brand to be reckoned with, but the same can not be said about the company’s tablet market, especially when compared with brands like Apple and Samsung.

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Anyways, ZTE has a new tablet today, and it is dubbed the Blade X10 Pro. Actually, if not for the fact that the device was listed on ZTE official Malaysian site, one would have argued that the tablet is a rebadged Alldocube iPlay 20s of 2020, because that it is what it actually is.

ZTE Blade X10 Pro review

From the front, you are getting a 10.1-inches screen with 1200 x 1920 pixels. The entry-level market is obviously the target market for this new comer. Design looks somewhat forgotten, established notable display bezels, and screamingly week CPU.

Talking about CPU, UNISOC SC9863A octa-core SoC is all you are getting. Although it is clocked at 1.6GHz and backed by PowerVR GE8322 GPU, along with 4GB RAM and a 64-Gigs of expandable room.

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Camera specs aren’t exciting either. Both front and rear sides of the phone are fitted with 5-megapixel lens, and no LED flash is seen on either sides of the phone.

We also could not trace how much ZTE plans to take on this device. But if we are to reference Alldocube’s older offer, the 4GB RAM + 64GB ROM of ZTE’s Blade X10 Pro may be priced between $109 to $139 US Dollars.

As far as battery power is concerned, the ZTE Blade X10 Pro comes with 6000mAh battery. This unit charges via a 10W USB Type-C charger, measures 242 x 167.8 x 8.7 mm, weighs 527 grams, and boot Google Android 11 out of the box.

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