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Announcement. Alldocube iPlay 50 SE is a simple tablet with two Type-C

Alldocube quietly announced in its native China a not too fancy tablet called Alldocube iPlay 50 SE. Those. formally, we have a relative of tablets
Alldocube iPlay 50,
iPlay 50 Pro and
iPlay 50S. But in fact, it makes no sense to compare devices with each other. They are different. Screens are different, chipsets, batteries… Everything is different.

To the characteristics.

The screen is moderately standard. Diagonal 10.5″ (328 cm²). The resolution is 1920×1280, which at this size gives only 220 dpi. An increased refresh rate was not delivered.

Iron.Alldocube calls the chipset used in a simple way - MediaTek MT8183. But its official name is different - MediaTek Kompanio 500. It is also sometimes referred to as MediaTek Helio P60T. The chipset is not the latest, 2019. We love the well-known Amazon company - it was used in their tablets from 2019 to 2021. Productivity is low. We won’t get to two hundred thousand points in AnTuTu.

Not much memory. 4 GB RAM and 64 GB storage. Plus, of course, there is support for memory cards.

Suddenly a rather small battery - only 5300 mAh.

Cameras for show - 2 MP in front and 5 MP in the back.

Internet access - only through Wi-Fi. But at least it's dual-band.

From the curious - the presence of two USB Type-C holes at once. Those. You can simultaneously charge the tablet and connect something to it.

How much Alldocube iPlay 50 SE will cost is not yet clear. But obviously it doesn't have to be expensive.

Key Features of Alldocube iPlay 50 SE:

ScreenS-IPS, 10.5″, 328 cm², 1920×1280, 220 ppi, 60 Hz, 16M colors, touch, capacitive, multi-touch
HardwareMediaTek Kompanio 500 MT8183
2 GHz, 4 x Cortex-A73, 4 x Cortex-A53, Mali-G72 MP3
Memory RAM 4 GB, ROM 64 GB, Micro-SD up to 512 GB
Li-Pol battery, 5300 mAh, 10 W charging
Dimensions246.1 x 172.1 x 8.6 mm
Weight 480 g
Rear camera: 5 MP, no flash
front camera: 2 MP, no flash, no autofocus
NavigationGPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, Galileo
OSAndroid 12
Sensors Accelerometer
USBType-C v2.0, USB-OTG

George Kiselyov