Cubot, the Chinese OEM whose primary objective is to dominate some parts of Africa, Asia as well as Europe, has announced its first phablet called Max. Cubot has launched sevaral smartphones in many markets, but Max is the first phablet to be ever released by the company. Its innard specs doesn’t make the loudest of noise, but it sounds pretty good for average tasks.
It features a 6-inch IPS display with a not-too-impressive HD (1280×720) resolution, touting a pixel density of 245ppi. An octa-core MediaTek MT6753A processor powered it on the inside, clubbed with 3GB of RAM and Mali-T720 GPU. A 32GB storage is placed inside for hosting files and data, but Cubot is yet to reveal if the device support external storage.
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Running Android 6.0 Marshmallow out-of-the-box, the Max supports both 3G and 4G LTE apart from Bluetooth 4.1, WiFi, GPS and USB OTG connectivity options that are included. It houses a 13-megapixel camera at the rear with a single LED flash, and there is a 5-megapixel camera at the front for taking selfie. It is backed by a 4000mAh battery.
Cubot Max pricing and availability are yet to be revealed, but we expect it to go on sale sometime in August this year.*NEW UPDATE
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