In addition to phones, BlackView also produces tablets, among other things, and it is Oscal Bench 13 It attracts attention with its 10.1″ screen and 1920 x 1200 pixels, as well as its thin body of only 7.4 millimeters. Of course, the tablet, which is available in blue or gray, is a large piece, so it weighs 435 grams, but it does not make big concessions in multimedia: the Widevine L1 CDM protection streams Disney+, Prime Video, Hulu (and probably Netflix) in high definition, with a pair of Smart K stereo speakers.
On the front, Blackview packed an 8-megapixel Samsung S5K4H7 camera with the option of HD video calling, and on the back a 13-megapixel main sensor with FHD videos and a document scanning function. It is not clear what the role of the smaller optics next to the LED flash is, for drawing on the other side there is a stylus provided free of charge, and the first 200 Oscal Pad 13 customers also get a Bluetooth keyboard for work – office tasks are provided by the pre-installed WPS Office.
The heart of the device is the octa-core Unisoc Tiger T606 chip with two 1.6 GHz Cortex-A75 and six 1.6 GHz Cortex-A55 processor cores, as well as the Mali-G57MP1 GPU, and the manufacturer offers no less than 256 GB storage, which can be expanded with a microSD card. The 8 GB RAM module can be expanded with an additional 6 GB of virtual memory. The device runs DokeOS_P 3.0 based on Android 12 with full Google suite, split screen layout and desktop PC mode.
Since the mentioned Unisoc chip is 4G, with a nanoSIM card, the tablet can also connect to mobile networks and use the B20 LTE band, and it uses the signals of four satellite groups (GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, Galileo) to get its position. The Oscal Pad 13 introductory sale lasts from April 17th to 21st, and at this link the newly launched machine can be added to the cart with a 50% discount, for $151.99.