Alldocube X Is the Only Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 Alternative From China


For the manufacturers who want to offer their customers the best display experience, the AMOLED displays are the ideal choice. However, these displays are only present in smartphones, but Samsung is the only company using AMOLED in its Tab S4. It’s still that the Chinese manufacturer Alldocube, recently released an Android tablet Alldocube X.

Here you can have a quick look at its main features

Alldocube X is a much cheaper alternative that you might consider. This Android tablet from China, which uses the same 10.5-inch Super AMOLED display with a diagonal of 2560 * 1600 pixels, like the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4, with a more decent and affordable price.

The Alldocube’s goal is to offer high-quality entertainment with the Super AMOLED display and the AKM HiFi chip that will appear on board. In addition, it runs on OS 8.1 Oreo OS, has support for fast download Express 2.0 and comes with a USB-C port and a rather large 8000 mAh battery. In addition, its selling price is only a third of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4. Check out the videos in the video below.

Undoubtedly that if everything goes well and X works as advertised without any serious problems, it will become a serious competitor for Samsung. One thing is for certain: their ambitions are strong, and they certainly deserve to get a chance on a competitive but spacious market of Android tablets.

Currently, Alldocube X is a project on the back order of Indiegogo, and in the near future, it will reach 1,000 supporters. This proved to be an interesting product, and the campaign in Indiegogo won great popularity not only because it tries to be on par with the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 in terms of display performance but in other aspects. Below you can find a comparative chart to get an idea of what should happen.

So, on Indiegogo with a price of only $219, you can take on a satisfying Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 rival home, like your gift from school to school. To get a discount of up to 23% before it hits retail channels, go to the Indiegogo.


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