The tablet has an LCD widescreen and offers a resolution of 1024x600 pixels with 170 dpi. An Allwinner A83T octa-core processor with 1.8 GHz (max. 2 GHz) is used as the processor. In addition, 1GB Ram and 16GB internal memory are installed. The battery has a size of 6000mAh.
The tablet can also use WiFi and Bluetooth and has 2 cameras installed (2 megapixels and 0.3 megapixels). A GPS module is missing unfortunately. On ports, the BT1077 has an SD card slot (up to 32GB), a microphone input, a 5V power connector, an HDMI input, a USB connection and a headphone input.
The tablet was delivered with Android 4.4.4.
The tablet puts on an "almost" Stock Android. Only three apps from third-party vendors (a QR code scanner, a task manager and a user manual as an app) were preinstalled. Among other things, an update app is preinstalled, which unfortunately did not work. I then googled something and actually found Android 5.1.1 for this tablet. The updates can be uploaded via an SD card inserted in the SD card slot. Then you reboot the tablet and the update will be fully automatic. Incidentally, new updates for this tablet come out almost weekly.
Android is running very smoothly on this tablet. Apps can be started almost directly and also the inputs on the touchpad are easily recognized. Incidentally, the Google PlayStore is also preinstalled so that new apps can be installed directly.
I initially installed several benchmark apps on the tablet and the values are really good for a tablet under 100 €.
Geekbench: single-core 355; Multi-core 1836
The Wi-Fi is fast with the tablet and there is nothing to moan about the range.