Oukitel OT8 tablet review: is it great value or is it just pretending?

This 11-inch tablet is cellular, looks good, has a pen and will get the job done – why is it so cheap?

Oukitel OT8 tablet
(Image: © Future)

Digital Camera World Verdict

This is a good package for the money, a very well packaged and stylish device (except very ugly camera protrusion), and it definitely has the power to deliver media consumption and review as well as day-to-day mail and other apps. It isn't really powerful enough to tackle creative tasks, but there is a lot to like.


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    Premium-looking shell design

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    Android 13

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    Good 4-speaker system

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    Pen-like tool and case included


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    Pen is a unnecessary addition

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    Video tops out at 1080P

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    Selfie camera limited to 720P

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    Fake camera lens looks ugly

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I didn't pick up the Oukitel OT8 expecting to be blown away – it doesn't cost much more than an Apple Pencil after all – but I was genuinely surprised by what you get for your money. 

Oukitel OT8 Specs

Oukitel OT8 tablet

(Image credit: Future)

Front Camera: 13MP f/2.2 + Flash
Selfie Camera: 5.7MP (claimed 8MP) f/2.2 HDR
Processor: Unisoc T606 8-core
RAM: 6GB (+24 'Virtual')
Storage: 256GB + MicroSD
Battery: 8800mAh (12 hours watching tested)
SIM: Hybrid dual
Screen: 11 inch / 1200 x 1920px (206ppi)


The <a href="https://www.digitalcameraworld.com/reviews/amazon-fire-max-11-review" data-link-merchant="digitalcameraworld.com"">Amazon Fire Max 11 has the downside that it'll push you towards Amazon's own stores, but on the other hand you're getting a more powerful device in terms of processor (2.2GHz v 1.6GHz) and a less dishonest camera, plus there is a keyboard available.


You might need to dig a bit deeper for the budget <a href="https://www.digitalcameraworld.com/reviews/apple-ipad-10th-gen-2023" data-link-merchant="digitalcameraworld.com"">iPad 10th Gen but you can find it for a little less and, in comparison, it's screaming fast, boasts 500nits of brightness and – when you're ready to spend more – has a real pencil.

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Adam Juniper
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With over 20 years of expertise as a tech journalist, Adam brings a wealth of knowledge across a vast number of product categories, including timelapse cameras, home security cameras, NVR cameras, photography books, webcams, 3D printers and 3D scanners, borescopes, radar detectors… and, above all, drones. 

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