The Hyundai T7 tablet is a relatively powerful 7 inch Android tablet with a low price tag. Now it looks like Hyundai plans to take the same approach to the 10 inch tablet space.

Notebook Italia reports that a 10 inch Hyundai T10 tablet is on the way.

Hyundai T10

The Hyundai T10 reportedly has a 1.4 GHz Samsung Exynos 4412 quad-core processor, Mali 400 graphics and 2GB of RAM.

It has a 10.1 inch, 1280 x 800 pixel IPS display. That’s the same resolution as the Hyundai T7, but on a larger screen — which basically means text and graphics won’t look quite as sharp.

The 10 inch tablet features WiFi, Bluetooth, and GPS and will ship with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, although the manufacturer reportedly plans to offer an Android 4.2 Jelly Bean update next month.

There’s no word on how much the Hyundai T10 will cost, but if the company’s previous tablets are anything to go by, it probably won’t be very much. Hyundai’s 7 inch tablets tend to sell for less than the price of a Kindle Fire HD or B&N NOOK HD.

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4 replies on “Hyundai T10 quad-core tablet on the way”

  1. Hi All !

    Somebody could write me, that what is the maximum resolution of Hyundai T10 at video recording, with the 5 Mpix back camera ????? So, not the playback resolution of the main screen, which is ~ HD 720p…..

    – 720p ?

    -1080p ?

    Thanks for all!

  2. Brad, have you done a review on this ?

    I’m considering it for someone who want a fast 3G Android tablet, but not sure if the screen is good or their is alternatives

    1. Unfortunately my review unit broke before I could fully test the tablet.
      It’s a decent size… text and images looked tiny, because the DPI settings treated the 7 inch tablet as if it had a 10 inch screen… at least using the default firmware.

      And it’s fast.

      But the upgrade process can be dangerous. 🙂

      1. wow, thanks for the fast response 🙂

        any other recommendation with a 3G?

        I just your video review of “Cube U30GT2”, and its freaking awesome!

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