The Cube Talk 5H is a quad-core smartphone with a large 5.5 inch 720p HD display. It has an 8MP camera and 1GB of RAM but most impressively it only costs $180. I spent a few days with the device and this is what I discovered.
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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 almost the same sheet of specs.
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We have two Android-based tablets released that can compete with the new iPad at least in terms of the screens’ resolutions. The Cube U9GT 5 and Chuwi V99 are as exotic as they are hard to find, but if you’re not fazed with the possible poor build quality of Chinese tabs coming from no-name companies, you should be happy to hear about their existence.
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