PIPO T8 tablet uses MT6592 chipset, has 2GB RAM; 16GB edition costs 999 RMB (162.69 USD) while 32GB edition costs 1099 RMB (178.97 USD)

by Frank Tu 0

PIPO released a lot of new phone tablets at the Taipei Computer Expo. Among them was the “fake” tablet, the T8, which has finally hit the Chinese market. It sports a 6.44-inch screen from AUO and uses AHVA display technology which, like IPS technology, has a visible angle of more than 178 degrees. It also has OGS technology and has 1920 x 1080 resolution.


The PIPO T8 also uses the MTK MT6592 octa-core chipset which has 1.7GHz. It uses 2GB DDR3 RAM. As for the ROM, there is a 16GB edition and 32GB edition. It also supports a 2mp/13mp dual-camera which is very powerful and is fuelled by a 3000mAh battery. It also supports OTG, a gyroscope, and other features. It supports WCDMA/GSM networks and dual-SIM. Its OS is the Android 4.2.

This tablet is more like a phone. It has a narrower, more straight, frame around the screen and has a separate receiver, speaker, and other features that most tablets do not have in their design.


The 16GB edition costs 999 RMB while the 32GB edition costs 1099 RMB.