Milagrow M8 Pro 3G TabTop Review

by June 11, 2014 0 comments

With a very sleek design, M8 Pro TabTop is thinner than Nexus 7 and Xolo Tegra Note. The body is made of durable plastic with the matte finish that makes it smudge and scratch resistant. The thicker front side is the crowded with several ports, including charging, two micro-USB ports, mini-HDMI, SD-card slot and SIM slot. The built quality of the device is decent and looks pretty in hands, though managing it with one hand could be a little difficult. The TabTop comes with 9.4 inch IPS display protected by Gorilla Glass, which offers sharp and clear picture quality. Though, it supports full HD, but disappoints while running 1080p files on it. The touch response is decent, sometimes takes time to respond when running heavy games or apps simultaneously.

Features – The 9.4 inch 3G compatible TabTop is loaded with features. It comprises 1.6 GHz Quad Core processor, 2 GB RAM, 16 GB internal memory expandable with micro-SD up to 64 GB and runs over Android 4.2. It boasts a 3G slot which is an additional advantage to its users for better connectivity.

Camera – The TabTop boasts 5 MP rear camera with flash. This can capture decent images in the daylight, but not made for indoor or low light shooting, even if you are using flash. Front VGA camera will disappoint selfie enthusiasts, though it gave a decent account for itself during video chats. Both cameras come with 3X zoom.

Performance – Milagrow has done better this time than its previous sibling. It is a powerful device with smooth transitions. Apps run smooth as it sports 2 GB RAM, but it is not made for heavy games. I played small popular games such as temple run and all went fine, but things went downhill the moment heavy games were tried out. The AnTuTu benchmark overall testing resulted 18966 and with Vellamo HTML 5 testing resulted 1594. With the quadrant testing it did better than Samsung Galaxy Nexus resulting 5084. The 3DMark result was 3963 meaning a device for normal usage.

The device’s display is protected by Gorilla Glass that attracts smudges easily. Sound quality of the front speakers are fine, they are loud but not clear, when you raise the volume. For additional multimedia purpose, we recommend using an external hard drive so that internal storage remains unused offering stable performance. The 6500 mAh battery can last for about 10 hours with normal usage. Watching a full movie of 3 hours drained about 80% of battery.


Bottomline: Considering the price of the TabTop and its competitors like Xolo Tegra Note and Nexus 7, this is a decent device. Anyone looking for feature-rich device that can run for all day with the normal usage, this could be the choice.

Key Specs: 9.4 IPS display, 3 G Compatible TabTop, 1.6 GHz Quad Core processor, 2 GB RAM, 16 GB internal memory expandable with micro-SD up to 64 GB, Android Jelly Bean, 5 MP rear camera with flash and 2 MP front camera, 6500 mAh battery

Pros: ISP display, Built quality, Connectivity, loads of features, Battery

Cons: Camera- rear and front, Touchscreen, Audio

Price: Rs. 19,800

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