Teclast is being a bit bombastic. This is still Android 4.x underneath the surface.
What Teclast has actually done is a revamped launcher with customized icons, Teclast-exclusive stores, and some customized applications.
The above is a GIF animation that can be seen directly at this link.
The above also contains a GIF animation that can be seen directly at this link.
Whoa. Two new business-class tablets!
And they’re dual-boot Android (Teclast OS?)/Windows 8.1.
Odd resolution split.
And there’s the keyboard. So the prior word of the X10HD must have been premature.
I wonder if these two models will eventually get the new Core-M CPU next year?
So there’s a wait until these are officially on sale and then propagate to other sellers — inside of China and to middlemen who sell internationally.
The graphics in the above Weibo are duplicates of earlier ones.
More information at the Teclast forum (use Chrome) in a locked post.
Owners of the Teclast P98 Air (C6V8 and C6V8 models) can download the Teclast OS firmware to try.
That concludes the Weibo announcement.
And I think after seeing all that, Teclast tablet owners should give up any hope of ever seeing pure-Google Android 5.0 with Material Design.
Clearly this is Teclast trying to pull away from the “homogenization” of Android tablets in China.
But I think this might hurt them outside of China.
Still, that new X10HD tablet seems to be something.