Cubot P20 Review

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The China-based company Cubot has launched there is new mid-range smartphone P20. The device has the Notch design and glass on the rear side. The company is targeting the Mid-range smartphone market and offers a premium features smartphone on a very budget price.

If we compare the Cubot P20 with the ongoing trend, there are literally no gadgets to provide competition in terms of features. Nothing at all can outcast the features possessed by this model. The brand has first time copied iPhone X specifications and design in a smartphone that carries a small price tag. The previous flagships by Cubot were absolutely successful because of them magnanimous features. We are expecting that Cubot P20 phablet equally impresses the buyers with beautiful appearance and consolidated features.

Brand And Model  Cubot P20
Display 6.18 inches with 1920 x 2246 pixels
CPU MTK6750T Octa Core 1.5GHz
GPU Mali T860
OS Android 8.1
RAM 4GB
Internal Memory 64 GB Expandable Up to 128 GB TF Card
Rear Camera 20.0MP + 2.0MP Dual LED Flash
Front Camera 13.0 MP
Battery 4,000 mAh

Build Quality & Design

The gadget comes with a metallic body that clearly reflects light. The company follows the strategy of copying iPhone X features. Also, the brand has copied the specifications of iPhone X like embedding dual rear shooters clubbed with dual LED flash.

cubot p20 review

The device has the Notch on the top of the display and other buttons like unlock, volume rocker buttons are placed in the same old place. The fingerprint sensor is placed on the rear side of the device.

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However, it does not embed face ID detection just like the rest of all smartphones recently launched have. The overall thickness is 8.5 millimeter which makes the device easy to grip. The sleek design is definitely surprising when we compare the actual price at which it has been enlisted.

Notch Display

The Cubot P20 display is all about bezel-less beauty. With 6.18 inch FHD + IPS LCD capacitive display, you get an incredible screen resolution for immersion visuals. The smartphone brings about 2280 x 1080 and 408 PPI for a completely energizing experience. Also, the device uses GFF full lamination Technology for enhancing the overall screen quality.

cubot p20 review

You will see a notch on the top of the display, it has the sensor and front camera. The cubot display has almost 85% of the body ratio. The Cubot custom UI has the features to hide the notch so can also do that.

Hardware & Software

The Cubot P20 comes with the MediaTek MT6737 chip processor. With octa-core processor it provides the 1.5 gigahertz speed, you can expect the smartphone to provide quick performance. In order to handle the graphics, the Cubot has clubbed the ARM Mali-860 MP2 graphics processor, which works with the clock speed of 650 megahertz.

cubot p20 review

The Cubot P20 has 4GB DDR3 RAM for smooth multitasking and managing heavy task. The 64GB internal storage space is absolutely worthwhile to store huge files that are confidential in nature. In fact, you can upgrade the memory capacity up to 256GB using an external memory card.

Now coming up to Software it comes with Android 8.1 Oreo for a better User experience and maximum functional support. But All the other Cubot Device comes with custom ROM as this one also runs on the Same. The custom ROM has a lot of features like Hiding notch, themes, icon packs etc.

Dual Rear Camera

The cubot has With 20.0 MP + 2.0 MP rear shooter that always gives magnanimous photography experience, you just cannot deny the fact that Cubot has made many efforts in copying the camera quality of iPhone x very well. Furthermore, the 13-megapixel selfie camera is no less inequality and specification. It gives clear picture quality that looks impressive and sharp always.

cubot p20 review

The rear camera can capture the images at 4K and record the videos on 1080p@60fps, 720p@60fps. The video quality of the camera is not that good and there is no image stabilization at all.

This is the same goes for the front shooter as well. Both the camera is lacking in the image stabilization.

Features

The Cubot managed to provide a lot of features in budget price. Some of the features are very premium and you can’t see those in the other smartphone come in this range. So here are these features:

Finger Print Sensor Unlocking: The device has the fingerprint sensor unlock system. You can add five set of the finger to unlock the device and it gets 0.1S to unlock the device.

Notch Hiding: The UI of the device has the features to hide the Notch of the display. So you can enjoy the regular design.

Dedicate Memory Card Slot: If you take a look at the Xiaomi Device they have hybrid SIM slot but Cubot P20 offers a Dedicate Memory Card slot on SIM tray.

Battery Performace

In order to empower the P20, Cubot has clubbed 4000mAh battery power which remains intact within the gadget. In other words, you cannot remove the lithium-ion battery that comes with fast charging Technology. It hardly takes 2.5 hours for the battery to receive an exponential growth of 0 – 100% level. The gadget does not come up with wireless charging support unlike most of the gadgets launched recently.

The device has the 243 hours of Standby time, 30 hours of talk time, 32 hours of Music play, 6 hours of videos play time. The battery performance of the device is great and nothing to complain.

The features like HDR, white balance settings, face detection, exposure compensation, high-quality camera, metal body and support dual 4G SIM, there is no question to give a second thought our gadget like Cubot P20. The device is available on the GearBest Pre-Sale, you can buy it from there.

Price and availability

Before the gadget gets out of range, purchase it while it’s available in discount. Order the Cubot P20 from gearbest at a price of $169.99 with a complete discount of 19% and it is only for pre-sale.

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