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Updated: Bq Aquaris M10 Tablet Unboxed and Reviewed – Videos Included

Bq Aquaris M10 Tablet
Written by Jesse Afolabi

Updated with more reviews in English

Ubuntu’s Convergence and its capabilities certainly took us by surprise when Canonical showcased it at MWC 2016; the Bq M10 is by all means the first official device to tout this convergence in all it’s glory which utmostly, is an exciting advancement for Linux enthusiasts all over the world.

Recap on the specifications: The M10 rocks an FHD display on a 10.1-inch panel, a MediaTek MT8163B SoC, 2GB of RAM, 5MP camera on both sides, and lastly a 7280mAh battery.


ubuntu tablet powering on

Ubuntu tablet powering on

The slate officially went on sale not too long ago and already, quite a few hands-on videos have popped up on YouTube to give us a glimpse at the tablet device and all it has to offer.

The first featured video is by a german Youtuber (TheRegRunner) which, of course, means he’s not speaking English but rather Deutsch however, you can use annotations together with the inbuilt translation of youtube to read the subtitles in your preferred language.

bq m10 tablet

bq m10 tablet

The Vlogger (Sebastiaan Mathôt) in the second video, however, spoke English but failed to give us a thorough scope of the device…..although, he did promise to have a proper review up on his channel sometime later in the future (so you can be on the lookout for that.

Bq Aquaris M10 Tablet

Bq Aquaris M10 Tablet

It’s not every time we get an unboxing as such in the Linux world so it’s quite exciting that these two Vloggers have taken it upon themselves to show the rest of the world what makes this tablet tick and how it does it.

bq m10 GUI

bq m10 GUI

Watch bq Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition Unboxing video below:

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English reviews

What’s your take on the Bq Aquaris M10? Does it excite you? Let us know in the comments down below.

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Jesse Afolabi

Jesse is that tech enthusiast you never heard of...he's mainly into things relating to Linux and Android and has an unending passion for both platforms which is why he writes about them.