In a world of mainstream brands desperately trying to hoard our attention to buy their latest tech, Cubot is there chillin’ and offerin’ devices at ridiculously low prices!
Cubot released two new smartphones, the Note 30 and Pocket 3 about two days ago. These are entry-level offerings with launch prices that have already been made public by the manufacturer, positioning them in the price range below $100.
The Cubot Note 30 has a more traditional design with a large 6.51″ display whereas the Pocket 3 is smaller and looks a bit more outrageous.
Given its design characteristics, the manufacturer’s most popular model is the Cubot Note 30. As said, it is a low-cost smartphone since the specifications meet the requirements of the entry-level price ranges.
Launched with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage, which can also be expanded with a microSD card, it has a 6.51-inch HD LCD screen and a MediaTek Helio P35 processor.
It comes pre-installed with Android 12 but is otherwise empty of everything except the most essential applications. Another crucial aspect is the battery, and the Cubot Note 30 has a 4000mAh one.
There is a 20MP camera on the back and two more that will help during the capture, although these don’t record many fine details. The frontal camera has 8 MP.
The Note 30 will go on sale on November 1st at a launch price of $79.99, or roughly 80 euros.
The size of the ecr is the primary way that Cubot’s Pocket line stands out. They may be the smallest Android smartphones now available, with a screen size of 4.5″ and a weight of just 135g.
The Cubot Pocket 3 uses the Helio G85 SoC, which has 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal storage. Its battery is 3000 mAh, it has NFC, and it already has Android 12.
The primary and only rear camera is a 20MP model, and the front camera is a 5 MP model. Supports two simultaneous nano SIM cards and technologies including NFC, GPS, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth.
Pretto and green versions of the Pocket 3 are available. It has a type of pear and metal attachments. The launch price is 99 dollars, or roughly 100 euros, at the current VAT on conversion.