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Teclast T50 Pro review: light and snappy

Complete review of the new tablet of the Chinese company, Teclast T50 Pro, a device with an excellent value for money aimed at multimedia

Welcome back to for the full review of the Teclast T50 Pro, the new mid-range of the Chinese company. A product, we anticipate, truly balanced and able to outperform the competition for value for money. Let’s discover its peculiarities together.

Technical sheet | Teclast T50 Pro review

  • Display: 11″ IPS, 2K fully laminated TDDI display
  • SoC: Helio G99 8-core
  • GPU: Mali-G72 MP3
  • RAM: 8GB (up to 16GB virtually)
  • Internal memory: 256 GB UFS 2.2
  • Rear cameras: dual 20 MP
  • Front camera: 8 MP
  • Connectivity: Wi-Fi dual-band 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, 2,4 GHz e 5 GHz, Bluetooth 5.2, aptX e aptX HD e LDAC, Porta di tipo C, Doppia SIM, Micro SD
  • Drums: 8,000 mAh with support for 18W wired charging
  • Audio: 4 speakers
  • Thickness: 7.5 mm
  • Weight: 480g
  • Other: accelerometer, ambient light sensor
  • Operating system: Android 13

Teclast T50 Pro review: light and snappy

Packaging and build quality | Teclast T50 Pro review

The tablet arrives in an essential package but still equipped with everything you need. Starting from the power supply, included and 18W, the USB-C cable and all the traditional manuals on duty. From an aesthetic point of view, the device brings with it a minimal design thanks to the finish satin on the back and in the presence of the slightly protruding double rear chamber.

However, despite the premium materials and appearance, the tablet experiences a lot of creaking noises during use, which often give the impression of a less than optimal build. Equally unstable are the various buttons arranged on the sides, which are accompanied by the USB type C port and by ben 4 fori dedicated to speakers. The total weight of 480 grams however, it is not excessive and thanks to the well-optimized front frames, everything is very ergonomic and handy to use or to carry around.

Hardware and displays | Teclast T50 Pro review

The tablet is powered by a SoC MediaTek Helio G99 4G and 8 GB of RAM memory (virtually expandable by another 8 GB for a total of 16 GB in RAM). The internal memory is remarkable, which amounts to a good 256 GB of UFS 2.2 type, fairly fast and large enough for any type of task. The speed unleashed by this hardware is felt throughout, from daily operations to the most complex video games, where frame rate drops happen only rarely.

Too bad for the display, not in line with the rest of the hardware. In fact, we find a panel 11 inch IPS with 2K resolution but with subdued and washed out colors, as well as overall sharpness below expectations. Where the situation improves, and not a little, is in the audio section where we find 4 speakers with decidedly high volume and quality. A small note for the cameras, the rear ones from 20 MP accompanied by a comfortable and unusual LED flash and the 8 MP front camera, both not of the highest level but still able to support a video call or an emergency shot.

Software and autonomy | Teclast T50 Pro review

Precisely in this field the tablet gives its best, thanks to a lean software and well optimized. You can easily cover two or three days of full use despite a not so optimal charging speed (only 18W). Simple but effective is instead the software, based on Android 13 and equipped with all the tricks and features added by Google over the years, such as the Live Caption accessible directly from the volume slider (currently only available in English). Too bad for the aesthetic aspect of some icons (not customizable) that are very little in step with the times and which clash alongside the much-vaunted Material You.


Ultimately, this Teclast T50 Pro proves to have all it takes to be called a good travel tablet (or even for home, why not!). At list price of 299,99€ is fully capable of handling social, web or multimedia use (it is also currently on offer with a €100 coupon). A tablet more than recommended, considering the proposed hardware package and the software updated to the latest version of the green robot. You can buy it here. Keep an eye on it! Before saying goodbye, we invite you to follow the mobile section of for further news and video reviews. See you soon!

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