The Tomato T1 is a 3G-enabled iPad Mini clone using a 1.2Ghz MediaTek 8389 CPU with 1GB of RAM.
Its distinguishing characteristics are a removable top back panel, some UI customizing options, and just 8GBs of internal storage.
It has optional custom-designed widgets:
The AnTuTu 4.0 spec screen:
The AnTuTu 4.0 score:
That’s not surprising for a MediaTek CPU. Its specialty is enabling 3G, not raw horsepower.
The NenaMark2 score:
Just 39.7, which is rather low. But again, this tablet is mainly for those who need 3G.
And a sample photo from the rear 5MP camera:
Which is about typical for an iPad Mini clone camera. It doesn’t seem to be any worse than the one in the Chuwi V88.
A screen color depth test was not done in the review.
As I continue to wind down my coverage of iPad Mini clones here, this will be my final post about the Tomato T1 tablet.