Cube T9 hands-on review – A powerful 4G tablet, but not a game changer

by | January 8, 2015 under | Android Tablet, Reviews

Cube offers what can seem like a bewildering array of tablets, including standard Wi-Fi  Android tablets, business-oriented iWork series and the cellular phone-equipped Talk models. Cube T9 and Cube T7 are the latest offerings from the Talk series, although Cube did simplify their model names. The 9.7-inch Cube T9 reviewed here delivers a strong set of… Read more »

Cube T7 4G tablet hands-on review

by | December 20, 2014 under | Android Tablet, Reviews

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  The Cube T7 is arguably the most anticipated tablet from a Chinese brand. Not only is it the first Android tablet to feature the 64-bit MediaTek MT8752 octa-core processor, it is also the first tablet with dual 4G support – LTE & TD-LTE. Is it capable of continuing Cube’s dominant success in the category… Read more »

Cube T7 Cube’s First 64-bit 4G LTE Phablet

by | October 15, 2014 under | Android Phablet

  The first 4G LTE model to be released is the Cube T7, currently pre-selling in China for 999RMB, exact shipping date is unknown but most likely next month. Cube will also release  Cube T8 and T9 based on the same MT8752 solution as previously reported. With the Cube T7 we are entering main stream adoption… Read more »

Cube going 4G LTE with 64-bit Octa-core MT8752 models T7 T8 T9

by | October 15, 2014 under | News

  Alldocube / Cube is following the 4G LTE trend by introducing three new models at the Hong Kong Electronics Fair. The new devices, Cube T7, Cube T8 and Cube T9 are all powered by latest Mediatek Octa-core MT8752 / MTK8752, with different screen size. Cube T7 pre-orders for 999RMB via JD.com. http://item.jd.com/1236822.html

Cube Uses MediaTek Cortex-A53 Solution in Next Gen Android Tablets

by | August 21, 2014 under | News

Cube recently leaked their new solution platform for their next gen Android tablets. The two new Coretex-A53 solutions, MT8732 (quad-core) and MT8752 (octa-core) offer increased performance, support for 32-bit / 64-bit code and is built on 28nm technology. via arm.com The Cortex-A53 delivers 64-bit capability and significantly increases performance over Cortex-A7, in a footprint suited… Read more »