Do you remember me talking about the Oukitel OT5 tablet? Today I saw that a new tablet from this series has been released. It is called Oukitel OT8.
At first, I thought I missed the Oukitel OT6 and OT7, but those tablets don’t actually exist. To be honest, I don’t always understand the names of mobile devices and tablets from Chinese manufacturers.
Anyway, I am interested to know the main features of the Oukitel OT8 tablet, but let’s start with its price.
The new tablet goes on sale from January 22nd. It is available on the official website and Aliexpress for the price of $179.
You know, the new Oukitel OT8 tablet looks similar to the previous model Oukitel OT5, but it is more compact because of the 11-inch display. We will come back to the screen a little later, but for now let’s talk about design.
By the way, I saw on the official website that the package includes a Stylus Pen, and a Protective Case. The case can be used as a tablet stand. That’s very good.
You know, I think the Oukitel OT8 is mainly intended for watching video content, because it has an 11-inch display with 2K resolution, 1200 x 1900 pixels.
Another feature of the Oukitel OT8 tablet is Widevine L1 support. This means you can watch protected videos and movies from Display+, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video and other streaming services in 1080 resolution.
Another reason why I think the tablet is good for watching videos is the four speakers. The sound quality should be excellent. However, if you are old-school, there is a 3.5mm audio jack for you to plug in headphones.
Talking about performance of the Oukitel OT8, it is equipped with Unisoc T606 processor, 6GB of built-in RAM and 256GB of built-in storage. However, the RAM is expandable up to 30GB and storage up to 1TB.
The Oukitel OT8 has a single 13MP camera on the rear panel, and an 8MP camera on the front panel. I cannot tell you much about them because I haven’t seen real photos, but the front camera should be good for video calls.
One of the highlights of the new Oukitel tablet is a big 8800mAh battery. While the previous model Oukitel OT5 had a larger battery of 11000mAh, the tablet itself was bigger.
As I mentioned earlier, the tablet supports 4G networks worldwide except for the US, Canada, and Mexico, and it has a dual-SIM card slot.
So, I made sure that Oukitel OT8 is more suitable for watching video content because it has a big quality screen and four speakers.
I also like the dual SIM card support, so you can use the internet everywhere, not just at home, and even make calls.