Q88 Pro Allwinner A23 Android KitKat tablet for $ 43

Hello!
On Aliexpress, I often saw this tablet, but decided to buy it only a month ago. The purpose of the purchase was to find out what this tablet is capable of, of course I did not expect anything special from it.
And so, let's start with the packaging:
Packing photos



As we can see, the packaging is standard for all tablets without a brand. Plus, it is a little shabby and rumpled.
Included: tablet itself, instructions, protective film, charging, otg cable and micro usb cable.
Kit photo


Let's move on to the tablet.
The case is completely made of plastic, while it is poorly assembled, it loosens and fastens, and even the buildings lid significantly bends, the buttons hang a little and when shaking the tablet turns into a "rattle".
Of the buttons and connectors here are: on top, the on / off button, a charging connector for micro usb cable, as well as a microphone. On the right, a headphone jack, volume rocker and micro sd card slot up to 16 GB. At the rear, a 0.3 MP camera and a rather loud speaker .On the front side, the front camera is 0.3 MP and 7 inch screen. There is nothing below and on the left side.
Photo interfaces


Specifications, these are:
7-inch screen with a resolution of 800 by 480 pixels.
Allwinner A23 dual-core processor with a core frequency of 1.5 Hz.
Video accelerator Mali 400 MP2.
512 MB RAM, built-in 4 GB.
Two cameras with a resolution of 0.3 Mr.
OS Android 4.4.2 KitKat.
On performance for $ 43, everything is hereOK, the interfaces work smoothly, nothing is buggy. Hard, demanding good iron games on this tablet certainly will not work, but you can play simple toys like subway surfers. Full HD video plays normally.
Synthetic tests:
Antutu


Nena mark2


The main disadvantage of this tablet, I think its screen with a terrible resolution of 800 by 480, as well as poor viewing angles:
Photos from different angles


This tablet holds the battery in the video viewing mode for 3 hours, in the game mode for 1.5 hours. In the locked state it discharges quickly, about 3 percent per hour.
Here is a video review of this tablet:
I think that the tablet justifies its cost, but I would not recommend buying it for myself, since already for 60 - 65 dollars you can buy Chuwi v17hd.
This is my first experience in writing reviews, so I’ll ask you not to quibble much.