The Alldocube iPlay 40H is a thin Android tablet equipped with a 10.4 inch 2K display and UNISOC T618 with AnTuTu 220,000 points level in the SoC (CPU). iPlay40H has almost the same internal/external specifications as iPlay40 and is positioned as a refined version. The 10.4-inch Full HD IPS display has a resolution of 2000 x 1200 pixels, which results in 224 pixels per inch. With a natural distance to the display, this is sufficient for a sharp display. It is a classic IPS display. The viewing angle stability is sufficient for everyday use. In addition, there are 8GB and 6GB versions of memory, so you can choose the one that is more suitable for you.
Alldocube iPlay 40H Connectivity and Size
The iPlay 40H supports TD-LTE and FDD-LTE dual 4G networks, adopts three-select two-card trays. It also supports Dual SIM Dual Standby, enhances the ability to work and stream media on the move. At the same time, it supports VoLTE high-definition calls. The 4G LTE frequency band is compatible with SoftBank’s B8 platinum band in Japan. DoCoMo can also use B1 / B3.
In addition, the main body size is 248.1 * 157.86 * 8.2mm. The thickness is reduced by about 0.1mm from iPlay40, but it is probably an error level. However, this thinness is at the level of a smartphone, and the weight is nominally 475g, which is light. It is also worth noting that the back is no longer made of metal, but of matte plastic. However, it is manufactured impeccably and merges with the frame without a noticeable transition. The device is also sufficiently torsion-resistant, even though tablets with a metal back are still a bit more resistant. However, the plastic also has an optical advantage: Alldocube was able to do without a reception bar on the iPlay 40, so the back looks very clean. In this respect, the iPlay 40 looks very chic from behind.
- 10.4-inch FHD IPS Screen
- Dual Band 2.4GHz / 5.0GHz WiFi
- Strong battery
- Delay with Bluetooth earphones when playing games
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