All of us like good quality, yet budget electronics, in this review, let’s take a look at one of the best cheapest models that perhaps gets a leading position in its category. Cube T12 Android 6.0 Tablet is built on Quad Core processor MTK8321 which can turbo up to 1.3 gigahertz allowing to double the bandwidth. With its 1GB of RAM and 16 GB of memory storage, it gives a enough overall performance.
Cube T12 3G 16GB MTK MT8321 Quad Core
10.1 Inch Android 6.0 Tablet
Cube T12 Tablet has a solid frame, yet weights only 555 g, making the tablet comfortable to hold and use. The metal back cover material with the combination of aluminum alloy rounds up the look, making it hip and stylish. On its 8.6 mm side, the device hosts a mini-jack for headphones, slot for memory card, sim tray, micro-USB port and port for DC. Here, minor drawback is that device doesn’t come with a pogo port, which would attach a keyboard. Not to worry, because the issue is easily solved with Bluetooth.
Cube T12 is equipped with 8MP auto-focus rear camera equipped with LED flash and 2MP front camera with ambient light, which is something you don’t usually see in this price range. Tablet supports 3G and 4G networks and runs quickly no matter what you are using the device for. There is also a built-in GPS, however it’s not the most accurate one, picking up less than normal number of satellites. Another disadvantage is that it lacks compass hardware, which is not ideal if you intend to use the tablet for navigation.
The tablet has a great 10.1 inch IPS touch screen with 1280*800 FHD resolution. The screen is sharp, bright and has perfect wide viewing angles. On ultra-high-resolution settings Mortal Combat shows the result around 15 FPS, while Epic Citadel a whole of 25 FPC. Antutu gives the device score of 39000, which definitely makes it right for work, as well as for gaming and media. Not to miss out, Cube T12 has a striking 5000 mAh battery that holds 6-8 hours of Netflix binging or 2 days of normal use.
To round up, Cube T12 Android Tablet has one of the best screens and battery durations among all of its competitors in the lower end of the budget. Good quality, affordable (even cheap) and one of the better-looking tablets of 2017, so give it a try if you get a chance.