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Oscal Pad 10 | a new tablet with a 13-megapixel camera by Chinese Black View

Blackview launched the new Oscal Pad 10 tablet computer, and the Chinese company explained that the device has Widevine L1 certification for playing ultra-clear media content with support for two SIM cards and computer mode.

The package of technical equipment for the new tablet computer includes a screen measuring 10.1 inches, and it works with a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels, and the Chinese company promotes the new tablet computer through Widevine L1 certification to play broadcast content without restrictions in resolution.

Inside the new tablet computer, the Unisoc T606 eight-core processor beats with support for LTE mobile telephony technology, which allows two SIM cards to operate, and when using one of them, the internal memory, which has a capacity of 128 GB, can be expanded by using an external memory card.

The Chinese company is promoting the new tablet computer by equipping it with a 13-megapixel main camera and an 8-megapixel front camera, relying on the Doke OS_P 3.0 operating system, which is based on the Google Android 12 system, which supports computer mode via a keyboard and mouse.

Blackview indicated that the new Oscal Pad 10 tablet computer is packed with a 6580 mAh battery, and the GNSS unit supports many positioning systems such as GPS, Glonass, Beidou, and Galileo.

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