Yuandao M82 Pro tablet comes with MT8735, 4G LTE and costs just $90

Yuandao, or Window/Vido as they’re known, have updated their existing M82 tablet to offer something extra at a very nominal price point.

The new tablet — the M82 Pro — comes with a MediaTek MT8735 processor, which you can think of as the tablet equivalent of the MT6735 (which is a bit of a rage among smartphone makers at the moment).

The larger insides of a tablet should give the MT8735 plenty exposed surface area to be able to cool down much faster, and thus with pretty much the same specifications, the Yuandao M82 Pro will be a little faster and efficient than other MT6735 phones.


Gizchina News of the week

As for the full specifications of the M82 Pro, the tablet will have the same 8-inch 1280 x 800 pixel screen and 1GB RAM as the original M82, but storage will double to 16GB. It’ll have a 5 mega-pixel rear camera and a VGA front facing shooter with a 3400mAh battery.

What’s most interesting is that the M82 Pro will support 4G LTE networks (this includes FDD LTE, TDD LTE, HSPA+, TD-SCDMA, CDMA200 and EDGE) via means of a mini SIM. You’ll also be able to make calls from the tablet, which is kind of cool.

Pricing for the M82 Pro in China is set at 588 Yuan (US$92), which sounds OK for a device of its specifications.

Previous Xiaomi Mi Pad 2 spotted at certification authority
Next Elephone Claim P9000 will ship with Android 6


  1. BW
    September 18, 2015

    The cube T8 which I’m writing this post on right now has the same specifications. Same resolution same claimed chip. Almost identical. The major bummer is that the device has a glitch and will not do mobile data. Many users are complaining on the cube tablet site about this and there’s no resolution in sight. So beware before you order this particular collection of silicon.

  2. E8hffff
    September 20, 2015

    If they put in better screen resolution, better cameras, and more memory they could easily fetch $150;