Do you want an Android tablet but you don’t have enough money or you simply don’t want to spend a fortune on a high-end tablet? Well, Cube has released a mid-range tablet with a reasonable price which can satisfy a modest performance everyday usage. There’s no way this tablet can be compared with an iPad or a Samsung Galaxy 10.1, even if Cube U30GT2, because that’s the model we’re talking about, has a similar 10.1 display as Samsung.

So what exactly do we have here? It is a 10.1 Display tablet capable of supporting full HD pictures and videos, with 1080p IPS screen of 1920 x 1200 resolution. Until now, everything is ok, and things improve as we’re going to show you the rest of the specs. First of all, let me remind you that Cube has previously released a 9.7 inch U9GT5 tablet which was considerably low compared with this one, and above all it was priced at $270.

U30GT2 is priced at $248 and it offers a quad-core 1.8 GHz ARM Cortex-A9 processor, 2GB or RAM and Mali 400 GPU. It has a 32 GB internal storage and supports microSD card. It is powered by Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and has a 5 MP main camera and a 2 MP front facing camera. And beside these specs, it has a mini HDMI slot and an 8000 mAh battery.

If you are impressed by these specs, then you can order the tablet from their official website, but keep in mind that shipping might take as long as 3 weeks and you will have to pay that as well. Leaving beside these facts, it is a good tablet for this amount of money, but it seems too good to be true and you might be disappointed when you’ll have your hands on it. But if you are opened on hardcore experiences, then go ahead and order one, and leave your comments below regarding your experience with this low-cost tablet. Even if it will take a month, we’ll wait for it!

zestefraich · 6 years ago

"Cube has previously released a 9.7 inch U9GT5 tablet which was considerably low compared with this one". U9GT5 will only be available within 2 weeks, and the specs are EXACTLY THE SAME (same number of CPU, GPU, same speed, same amount of mem, etc). The only difference is the retina screen. You are truly negative, haven't even watched at the benchmark results

JB · 6 years ago

This review is overly negative for no facts to back up the negativity. Performance wise it's faster than the big name rivals you've pointed out. The screen resolution isn't quite as high as an iPad, but it's still very good. When the price drops further it will definitely be worth getting over a big name brand tablet imho.

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