PadNews has two photos of the world’s first Retina-class 64-bit iPad Mini clone, still to come from Teclast [Google Translate].
This happened to be shown when Teclast announced their 64-bit Intel Bay Trail-T-based 9.7-inch Retina-class X98 tablet, but no other sites nabbed these photos.
Otherwise, the photos show dual rear speakers, a microSD card slot, and a SIM card slot.
What PadNews has forgotten is that earlier report they did, in which Teclast did indeed list an upcoming Retina-class iPad Mini clone, in this graphic:
My own question is about the screen: Will Teclast cripple it with just 16-bit color, as they did with the P89 Mini?
The Hong Kong Electronics Fair happens in about ten days. We’ll probably know all by then, if not before.
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