Contrary to popular belief, tablets are not dead, whether there is interest in these kinds of devices or not, at least new models are coming to the market. This time we will be taking a detailed look at the Alldocube iPlay 30 Pro, a 4G tablet with a lot to offer for a fairly affordable price that usually does not exceed 200 euros. It has among its virtues with a 10.5-inch Full HD screen, Android 10 operating system, Helio P60 chip, autonomy of up to 10 hours, 4G LTE connectivity, GPS and more.
In another vein, if what you are looking for is an ultrabook instead of a tablet, then maybe you should take a look at the new ALLDOCUBE i7Book , a cheap laptop from the same manufacturer with an i7 CPU.
Technical Specifications of the Alldocube iPlay 30 Pro: Alldocube iPlay 30 Pro, don’t underestimate this affordable tablet
|ALLDOCUBE IPLAY 30 PRO
|258.3mm x 159.4mm x 8.3mm
|Technologies / Bands
|Full HD 1200 x 1920 pixels
|MT6771 P60 octa core 2.0 GHz
|ARM Mali-G72 MP3 up to 800MHz
|Yes, microSD up to 256 GB
|Brand and model
|Yes, 3.5mm jack
|Yes, Wifi Dual Band
|Yes, BT 4.2
|Yes, you need a headset
|Tablet, 5V / 2A charger, USB to Type C cable, Manual
Design: Alldocube iPlay 30 Pro, don’t underestimate this affordable tablet
The Alldocube iPlay 30 Pro is an inexpensive tablet, which translates into its design language, which is simple and mostly plastic, but not to the extreme of being worrisome. In fact, it has a metal alloy plate on the back cover that provides some resistance and solidity to the whole.
At the top it has a 3.5mm audio jack, while at the opposite end lie the speakers and a USB Type-C port for charging and data transfer. On the right edge we have the volume and power buttons; meanwhile, on the left side is the tray for Nano SIM cards, since we remember that it is a 4G tablet.
In case you’re wondering, the body of the tablet exhibits a size dimension of 258.3mm x 159.4mm x 8.3mm and weighs about 530 grams, so it’s not going to win an award for being slim or light, but it’s not bulky either. like other inexpensive tablets.
Before talking about its main virtue, that is, its screen, it is necessary to note that it has considerably thick bezels that do not give a good impression of it, but we assure you that it more than compensates with the quality of its panel. In addition, we only refer to the upper and lower frames, the sides do not sin the same.
Going into detail, we are dealing with a fully laminated 10.5-inch IPS screen , which exhibits a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels (Full HD +). The panel is quite responsive and offers a fairly decent brightness level of 630 nits , so we can use it even in sunlight by raising the brightness level to the maximum. The display easily belongs to a different range, so give the manufacturer credit for that.
Hardware and main features
Without going too far, the manufacturer has corrected one of the main defects of the model that precedes the Alldocube iPlay 30 Pro, and by that we mean the performance, which this time comes from the hand of an eight-core MediaTek Helio P60 chip . We know that this chip is nothing to write home about and that it has abounded in mid-range smartphones for a couple of years, but it does the job of running games and applications with ease even in 2021.
Accompanying the chip we have the respectable figure of 6GB of RAM along with 128GB of internal storage . The latter can be expanded up to 256GB via the dedicated Micro-SD card slot, which is a bonus.
The set exhibits good performance in day-to-day apps and can even fluently run demanding titles like Call of Duty Mobile in Battle Royale mode , so we can’t complain about the price. Also, the operating system of turn is Android 10 in its purest form , no bloatware or annoying custom layers involved; which contributes to providing a good performance at all times.
Changing the subject a bit, the Alldocube iPlay 30 Pro is powered by a long-lasting 7,000mAh battery , how long does it last? Well, on paper the manufacturer promises up to 10 hours of autonomy, but in practice we are guaranteed 7 or 8 hours with normal use , which is fine for any tablet.
The Alldocube iPlay 30 Pro is well-equipped on the connectivity front, given that it not only offers us the typical dual-band Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.2 that we can expect from every device, it also features dual 4G LTE for making calls, sending SMS. or browse from anywhere. On top of that, it owns GPS + Beidou with respectable accuracy and FM radio.
When we turn to the photographic realm we can stop the praise and see that the manufacturer did not even put in the effort here, given that all we have is a 5.0MP front camera and an 8.0MP rear camera , so forget about recording a vlog with this or From taking photos for your Instagram, your phone probably has better cameras. Recording is limited to 720p and 20fps on the front camera, so that says it all.