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Teclast T98 4G 32GB 10.1 Inch Android 5.1 Tablet AU $167 With 10% off Coupon Code - Delivered @ Banggood


First time posting so if they are any corrections that needs to be done please feel free to correct me.
With the upcoming EPL starting this weekend I have been looking for a cheap 4G Tablet.
I come across the Teclast T98 4G on www.banggood.com last week and it was AU $198. As a good Oz Bargainer would do I contacted them to see if they can beat the price form www.gearbest.com.
To my surprise they dropped the price to AU $185.48 and they offered me 10% off Coupon Code to use.
They have added that price and coupon now on their website for everyone to use.

Main Features:
CPU: MTK8735P Quad Core 1.0GHz
GPU: Mali-T720
TF card: Up to 64GB (not included)
Android 5.1 system: The stable OS with more excellent interface, compatibility and running effect
10.1 inch screen: 1280 x 800 IPS screen offers good experience for watching videos and browsing the Web
Dual cameras: 2.0MP back camera makes HD video recording and video calls more clearly and vividly and 0.3MP front camera for selfie
Bluetooth 4.0: Supports fast transmission of data, pictures and files, and more faster than Bluetooth 3.0
SIM card: Dual SIM dual standby, dual standard SIM cards
Gravity sensing system: Can fluently and sensitively run various applications
This phone will only work with GSM+WCDMA+FDD-LTE networks: GSM 900MHz/1800MHz WCDMA 2100MHz FDD-LTE 1800/2100MHz
Unlocked for Worldwide use. Please ensure local area network is compatible. click here for Network Frequency of your country. Please check with your carrier/provider before purchasing this item

Basic Information

Brand: Teclast
Type: Phablet
OS: Android 5.1
CPU Brand: MTK
GPU: Mail-T720
Core: 1GHz,Quad Core


External Memory: TF card up to 64GB (not included)


Support Network: 2G,4G,Built-in 3G,WiFi
WIFI: 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac wireless internet
Network type: GSM+WCDMA+FDD LTE
2G: GSM 900/1800MHz
3G: WCDMA 2100MHz
4G: FDD-LTE 1800/2100MHz
GPS: Yes
Bluetooth: Yes


Screen type: Capacitive (10-Point),IPS
Screen size: 10.1 inch
Screen resolution: 1280 x 800 (WXGA)


Camera type: Dual cameras (one front one back)
Back camera: 2.0MP
Front camera: 0.3MP


SIM Card Slot: Dual SIM,Dual Standby,Yes (2 x SIM Card Slot)
TF card slot: Yes
Micro USB Slot: Yes
3.5mm Headphone Jack: Yes
DC Jack: Yes


Battery Capacity(mAh): 3.7V/5800mAh
AC adapter: 100-240V 5V 2A
G-sensor: Supported
Skype: Supported
Youtube: Supported
Speaker: Supported
MIC: Supported
Google Play Store: Supported

Media Formats

Picture format: BMP,GIF,JPEG,PNG
Music format: AAC,MP3,WMA
Video format: 3GP,AVI,MP4
E-book format: PDF,TXT


Pre-installed Language: Android OS supports multi-language

Additional Features

Additional Features: 3G,Bluetooth,Browser,E-book,FM,GPS,Gravity Sensing System,MP3,MP4,Phone,Wi-Fi


Product size: 25.80 x 16.20 x 0.93 cm / 10.16 x 6.38 x 0.37 inches
Package size: 32.80 x 20.30 x 5.40 cm / 12.91 x 7.99 x 2.13 inches
Product weight: 0.549 kg
Package weight: 1.080 kg

Package Contents

1 x Tablet PC
1 x USB Cable
1 x Charger
1 x Adapter (the adapter depend on the country of the buyer.)

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closed Comments

  • Pretty much limited to Optus and Voda with the 3/4G frequencies. Nice buy though.

  • Can I play Pokémon go with this?

  • is a quad core 1.0 ghz (!!!) cutting it in 2016?

    • The latest Macbook 12 that is 10x the cost of this is "only" 1.3Ghz. Clock frequencies means less than what it use to mean before. Going by your logic, people shouldnt be buying Ultrabooks of any sorts with the Core M processors.

  • 1280 x 800

    I paid a little bit more and got 2048 x 1536 Atom Z3736f 64GB dual boot.

    • where & what brand? also looking for a 10" windows mainly but dual ok as well 4g capable tablet for under $200aud.

      • Teclast. Some chinese site late last year. It had been discounted further since then. I ended up paying about $230 for it. It was the Air 3G.

        It's a 4:3 pad as opposed to this pad's 16:10 if that matters. It was a clear rip off of iPad Air's form factor.

        I also got a Chuwi Hi8 Pro which is 8" at 1920x1080p for around $100. That's dual boot also, and is not only cheaper but the screen is a lot sharper, SoC is better (Intel x8300).

        It's a lot more useful if you also have Windows on it.

        This tablet's resolution is fine for my visual novels… if it had Windows on it, which it doesn't.

        • Yup got the Chuwi Hi8 Pro

          find it a little too small

          also want a unit with gps and normally those that has phone capability comes with gps….


    • Only problem with Dual Boots is it is not 100% compatible (on Android) with everything on the Intel chip as opposed to an ARM chip.

      • I haven't run into any problems yet.

        That incompatibility issue would come from x86, not dual boot itself. x86 processors can be used in Android-only devices also. The x86 processor comes with instructions that translate ARM code into x86. Compatibility issues should be rare.

        They are very fast and efficient processors that I think will outperform MTK.

        The reason Intels are good is that they're cheap. Intel is struggling with the mobile market, and they sell their SoCs heavily subsidized. That makes their tablets cheaper and very good value. Not because they suck, but because Intel is trying to get a foothold into the market and they're willing to sell these SoCs at a loss or no profit, so the OEM passes on the savings to the consumer.

        • All Dual Boots are Intel since MS doesnt really do Windows in ARM anymore (RT is dead and IOT is not really usable). There's still plenty of incompatibility out there from my understanding. As to whether it outperforms the Mediatek, probably not in comparison to the Helio X10 and X20. Maybe the older ones.

        • @bchliu: I didn't benchmark them, but I tested Helio X10 video playback of 1080p 10-bit videos and it dropped frames while the Atoms did not. For that reason alone I give the edge to Intel.

          That said, I didn't test it for 3D graphics or anything like that, because I don't play games on mobile.

          All Dual Boots are Intel

          Yes they are, but dual boot is not the issue itself. The issue is x86 which can exist in both single or dual boot formats.

          Since I find Windows (proper Windows, not Windows Phone) more useful than Android, I'm more than willing to take an x86, since it means I can run any desktop app on it which is very useful and something Android can't do. And for times that I need Android, I'll boot into Android.

          I have no idea how widespread the incompatibility of x86 on Android is, but for all the apps that I use on Android, I haven't found any that don't run on x86. I won't claim they don't exist though. But for my needs, it doesn't affect me. I prefer it because some tasks it does better than ARM, and yeah, I wouldn't want a tablet without Windows on it.

      • I've had/have 2 Intel and over half a dozen ARM devices and the Intel ones don't seem to be any different regarding compatibility ie. I've had different apps not be compatible with different devices but like lostn have not noticed anything specific that didn't work only on/because of Intel.

  • I bought a Teclast X89 (different tablet, not this one) and it's been absolute garbage. Battery issues, wifi issues, audio issues. Not much good to say about it.

    Buyer beware.

    • Thank you. I want to get one of these cheap Chinese cheap tablets. I better leave it and spend more to get a better branded tablet.

      • Yep, stay away from China tabs, I got a Chuwi Hi8 Pro dual boot after reading decent reviews. It was crap…terrible battery life, screen response issues, terrible sound via headphones and speaker, unusable camera. Sent it back and took ages to get refunded from PayPal. Ended up getting a Samsung Tab 3 8.0 4g off eBay for cheaper….much better tablet and can take sim card.

        • I've got a Hi12 (dual-boot) and aside from very occasionally not turning on when I push the power button (not sure why) and the WiFi being a bit weaker than I would like it's great. But yes, I agree it can be risky.

        • No problem with my unit <Chuwi Hi8 Pro>….

      • Chiming in here with an Onda V820W.
        Had to send it back to China once and it died again just outside of warranty. I reckon i used it 10 times in the year i had it.
        When it was working, it was buggy as hell. The speaker quality is garbage, battery life is poor and you need to know some basic Chinese to navigate a few things (updates etc).
        Would not buy again.

  • I have the Teclast98X Air III dual boot and I love it. It works a well, battery is great (although Windows drains it pretty fast for some reason compared to Android), color quality and the screen is amazing; perhaps a bit too good because even dimmed it's super bright and drains the battery a bit more than comparable tablets with a less intensive screen presence do. For example, My mother has the Samsung Tab 4 which has a decent screen but it is much less clear and more pixelly, but it does dim more than the Teclast and so the battery lasts longer. Wifi is good.It does feel a bit flimsy in the contacts though, the plugs and the Micro SD slot. Also, the Android UI isn't as good as Samsung or LG, its very basic and simple— if you remove the icon the app uninstalls, so its either on the page or it isn't there.

    There is only one major issue I have: It freezes in Android occasionally (maybe once a month) on some games. Fallout Shelter used to do it a lot. There was a 'fastmode' update from the manufacturer (wasn't too hard to navigate) that you run in the background, and that stopped it doing that as much. No issues with Windows, but the audio is a bit quiet. I have had troubles hearing movies on the plane (I have traveled with it 3-4 times) so you need good headphones to counter that. I don't have any compatibility issues really— I have a bunch of games on it, including Goat Simulator (on Android), (which can lag occasionally but plays pretty well) and latest app games have all been compatible so far.

    EDIT: Oh and it of course has some Chinese bloatware you can't really remove, but it's pretty minor.

    I suppose its a bit of a crapshoot with the Chinese tablets, but mine is great. No major problems in 2+ years and it was a great price. I'd definitely get it again, and I'd definitely consider getting this if I didn't have a tab already. There's a site that helps with reviews, which is what I based my purchase on: http://techtablets.com/ — not all Chinese tablets are created equal, even in the same brand, so that place helped me a lot.