Budget Android tablets are not exactly a rarity these days, but you might be surprised at what some of the no-name tablets pack under the hood. While the upcoming Cube U9GT4 won’t try to challenge the new iPad’s Retina display like its bigger sibling, it does come with a rather similar sheet of specs.
Let’s start with the not-so-good part. The Cube U9GT4 boasts a 7-inch display that only offers a 1,024 x 600 resolution. It obviously won’t please those who are seeking a higher resolution tablet, but given the price, we guess it’s a part of the budget experience.
The tablet’s saving grace seems to be the use of a 1.6GHz Cortex-A9 dual-core processor. Combined with the tried-and-tested Mali-400 GPU, you’re looking at an able performer. Other features include 1GB of RAM, 8GB internal storage, microSD support (up to 32GB), 0.3MP front camera, WiFi, and 3,000mAh battery. It also supports 1080p video playback.
Unlike some major manufacturers that seem reluctant to put the latest and greatest Google’s mobile OS on their devices, the Cube U9GT4 will run Android 4.1 Jelly Bean out of the box.
Hit the source below to get the Cube U9GT4 for $129.99 with free shipping.
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I purchased one of these tablets. If the battery is 5v 3000mah, and the input is 5v 2000 mah. Then we can conclude with its hardware and battery requirements, it will die even while plunged in with it pathetic 2 hour battery life on WiFi. Chinese can’t do math with the electrical aspect of this tablet. If the battery wasn’t the issue I’d give this tablet a fave star rating. Its pointless to have a “mobile device” if your stuck charging all the time. Nexus seven has a much better CPU and gpu with a 8 hour battery on WiFi. That’s the rout I would suggest. Cubes customer service is unresponsive and terrible. I rate this tablet a one star.