Today we present a new compact tablet, it is the ALLDOCUBE X1 model that mounts the powerful Deca Core Mediatek Helio X20 (MTK6797) SoC that integrates a 4G-LTE modem at connectivity level and that seems to be spreading rapidly in all types of products since that Mediatek must offering them at liquidation price with the abandonment of this high-end SoC’s. A product with a very interesting design and a very careful chasis.
SoC, RAM and storage
The ALLDOCUBE X1 tablet integrates the powerful Mediatek Helio X20 SoC with a Deca Core with 2 ARM Cortex-A72 processors and eight Cortex-A53 and an ARM Mali-T880mp4 GPU at 780mhz of maximum speed. The RAM is 4 GB and in the internal storage device we have 64 GB which allows us to install a good number of applications, we can always expand the available space by means of a microSD card.
Screen and other features
The screen made by the Japanese brand JDI has a size of 8.4 inches OGS with a resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels and is accompanied by a front camera of 13 MP with microphone and a rear of 8 MP. At the connection level we have an audio jack, USB Type-C connector, light sensor, microphone, fingerprint reader, a frontal speaker and other in the side. Also highlights its modem with compatibility with 2G / 3G / 4G Cat.6 networks with DUAL SIM. The serial operating system is Android 7.1, its total thickness is only 7.8 mm and it weighs 386 g.
Price and where to buy
- The ALLDOCUBE X1 tablet can be purchased at stores like Gearbest.com soon for an approximate price of $269.99