Teclast P89 is an Intel powered iPad mini rival which scores over 30,000 on Antutu!

Chinese tablet maker Teclast have launched their own iPad Mini inspired Android tablet boasting impressive power thanks to an Intel Atom CPU.

This year has seen more manufacturers looking at Intel Atom processors for their Android devices. The Lenovo K900 is a great example of a high-end phone based on an Intel processor, and ZTE have a more budget minded device on the market.

So, Intel powered Android phones aren’t new, but an Intel Atom touting tablet is!

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The Teclast P89 is a 7.9-inch mini Android tablet which packs a 1024 x 769 resolution display, built-in GPS, 5 mega-pixel main camera, Bluetooth 4.0 and Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean all in to a thin 7.2mm body.

teclast p89 antutu

The really impressive claims though come when you look at the Antutu scores and battery life. According to Teclast’s test results the P89 scores 30,285 on Antutu and offers 60days of stand-by time or 10 hours of continued use on a single charge!

Android reseller Orientdeal are currently listing the Teclast P89 at $284.20 in a choice of either black or white.

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  1. Pogi
    September 2, 2013

    Very impressive!

  2. math67
    September 2, 2013

    “1024 x 769”. We are in 2013. FHD sould be on all tablets :/ With a FHD screen, this tablet would be perfect.

    • Degelaarsdekat
      September 2, 2013

      Imo a full hd display is overkill and a battery drain. I rather have a device that actual doesn’t have to struggle with those high resolutions. For an 8 inch screen 1024*768 is nice

      • math67
        September 2, 2013

        i agree with the battery. But the problem come particularly from the system which is never optimized from the majority of devices makers. with a 5000mah battery and good optimized, it can be very good.

  3. RavenEffect
    September 2, 2013

    You lost me at 1024*769

    • hamsteyr
      September 2, 2013

      +1 on this. Wasted potential.

  4. cpuzz
    September 2, 2013

    I have a 1080p and a 720p phablet. Big difference. Especially when reading long text. Videos on the 1080p look much crisper also, but the colors and blacks are still the same.

  5. fabereau
    October 7, 2013

    Actually, checking the antutu score is near 22000.