Cubot has made quite a name for itself outside of its home country, and we believe that domestic readers are familiar with the manufacturer. The company has just unveiled brand new mid-range smartphones, the most interesting of which is the Cubot X20 Pro. With a mobile triple camera image capture unit, a prized battery, a fresh operating system, a very correct chipset, and an attractive price tag, it strives to attract attention.
Its mobile screen is excellent, with 6.3-inch offering 2340 x 1080 pixels while it is an IPS LCD panel, so you won’t have to worry about the viewing angles and vivid colors. At the top of the display is a rainbow-shaped sensor island, which is probably the only acceptable application of notch, and one that will soon become familiar with the counter camp. The sensor island houses a 13-megapixel camera, so the quality of self-portraits will surely surpass that of self-crazy.
Underneath the casing of the Cubot X20 Pro is a MediaTek Helio P60 chipset, the high-end chip is complemented by 4GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage, which will be reasonably sized even if you don’t take advantage of micro SD card expansion.
The phone’s biggest attraction is the three cameras on the back, the primary one being the 12-megapixel Sony IMX486, which is also supported by a Sony-made 20-megapixel depth sensor and an 8-megapixel, 125-degree ultra-wide-angle sensor. You probably have never used such a high-resolution depth sensor, so the Cubot could be the first in the line. The cameras are powered by the Helio P60’s artificial intelligence, which is capable of detecting 16 different scenes, but with advanced noise cancellation and even better night shots for future owners.
The Cubot X20 Pro runs Android 9.0, a Hungarian-language operating system even after the first power-up, which is not dirty at all by the manufacturer, there are no pre-installed programs or other similar unnecessary features. The small hardware components of the mobile are powered by a 4000 mAh battery. Notable features include GPS navigation with GLONASS, BeiDou and Galileo support, a fourth-generation Bluetooth module, earphone output, and an LTE modem that also connects to B20 networks. Of course, your phone can accept two SIM cards at the same time. You can rely on the back of your fingerprint reader or use the face recognition option to protect your privacy.
The Cubot X20 Pro is now available as an introductory promotion for just $149.99 at the GearBest Web Store, a very good deal for such a great mid-range device. And duty-free Priority Line shipping is free, More details and ordering options can be found at this link!