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Default Two new quad-core tablets from Cube will be on sale this month

I am really excited to hear that there will be two quad core tablets from Cube to hit the market some time this month, as I have been a fan of Cube ever since the MP4 era because of its excellent quality and reasonable price. I saw their product posters in their chat group this morning, and I wanna share this information with you guys here:

1. Quad core U30GT1 (Pea 1)



The Cube U30GT1 is the sister version of its widely celebrated Quad core U30GT2 tablet. Powered by the same impeccable quad core RK3188 Soc., the U30GT1 has downgraded the display resolution to WXGA (1280*800), and the rear side camera to 2MP.

As you have probably figured out already, this tablet is marketing towards users who need a 10.1 inch quad core tablet yet on a tighter budget.


Highlights:

-10.1 inch high quality display, 1280*800, wide viewing angles.
-RK3188 Soc., based on 28nm workmanship and Cortex-A9 frame, speed up to 1.8GHZ, Mali400-MP4 GPU@533MHZ.
-2GB RAM. ANTUTU Benchmark Score exceeds 18,000!
-Dual Cameras + LED Flash.
-ACC stereo speakers.
-Anti-rolling frame.
-Built-in Bluetooth.
-Intelligent light sensor
-HDMI
-7,200mAh Li-PO battery

Price: RMB 1,199 (USD 199)


The fact that Cube hasn't cut corners on the Bluetooth, anti-rolling frame and HDMI is actually quite impressive. A WXGA display with decent viewing angles is nice enough for the majority of users, and the reduction of pixels actually means speedier overall performance. The 2MP rear side camera is sufficient for any tablet, if you really want to shoot some decent photos, please use a phone!

But there're still some uncertainties, what is the display gonna be, is it gonna be an IPS-equivalent or is it gonna be a normal TN display, that's what I am really curious about.



2. Quad core U35GT (Cactus)



The Cactus has featured a 7.9 inch IPS display, which is very popular among tablet makers at the moment.


Highlights:

-7.9 inch IPS display, 1024*768.
-Ultra slim metal case design.
-RK3188 Soc., based on 28nm workmanship and Cortex-A9 frame, speed up to 1.8GHZ, Mali400-MP4 GPU@533MHZ.
-2GB RAM
-ACC stereo speakers.
-Anti-rolling frame.
-Built-in Bluetooth.
-Intelligent light sensor
-HDMI
-10,000mAh battery

Price: unknown yet


Thanks to the unrivaled popularity of the Apple iPad Mini, tablets with an 8 inch display and narrow bezel are currently the most celebrated.
Besides the fashionable narrow bezel and the incredible ultra slim metal design, what really astonishes me is the 10,000mAh battery! I am really looking forward to the Cactus' battery life! Hope it's not gonna be too costly, though!

How much do u guys think the Cactus should be priced?

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