Cubot has been around for a couple of years, generally producing quite decent phones. Indeed, we rarely hear of complaints regarding Cubot models.

Regarding the name of the brand, I really like “Cubot”. It’s short, simple and you know how to say it. It’s got a nice, modern ring to it, and in terms of marketing towards Westerners, speaking strictly in regards to ambiance of the name itself, makes it worlds beyond names such as Xiaomi, HomTom, Gionee, Jiayu and the like. 

The phone we’ll be taking a look at today is the Cubot X15. Following in the footsteps of many other China brands, they’re using the 64-bit 4-core MT6735. As configured on the X15 they’ll be using the MT6735A which has the CPU cores clocked at 1.3GHz.

Specs at a glance

  • SoC: MT6735A
  • CPU: 64-bit [email protected]
  • GPU: Mali-T720
  • RAM: 2GB
  • ROM storage: 16GB
  • TF SD expandable: Yes
  • Display: 2.5D 5.5″@1080p IPS
  • Cameras: 16MP rear / 8MP front
  • Battery: 2750mAh
  • OS: Android 5.1
  • 2G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz
  • 3G: WCDMA 900/1900/2100MHz
  • 4G: FDD-LTE 800/1800/2100/2600MHz
  • Colors: Gold / White

The GPU is Mali-720. RAM is a very healthy 2GB and ROM storage 16GB. The Cubot X15 has a TF SD expansion slot; storage wise this should be enough storage even for power users.

Stylewise, the Cubot X15 is taking on what we’ve seen from many brands recently; very square with slightly rounded corners.

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On a side note, I’m very much appreciating the style changes the smart phone market has recently seen in regards to moving away from round phones a la Samsung S4; whether this has to do with the mainstream brands changing, or the market naturally evolving I can’t say, but it’s excellent to see.

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Pricewise Cubot X15 is mid-budget and there’s a ton of competition in this range, but as mentioned in the opening of this article, Cubot does generally produce solid mobiles, so if you’re searching for a phone in this range and are digging the X15 style, have a good look at Cubot X15 and consider it for the shortlist.

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Cubot has been around for a couple of years, generally producing quite decent phones. Indeed, we rarely hear of complaints regarding Cubot models. Regarding the name of the brand, I really like 'Cubot'. It's short, simple and you know how to say it. It's got a nice, modern ring to...
Cubot has been around for a couple of years, generally producing quite decent phones. Indeed, we rarely hear of complaints regarding Cubot models. Regarding the name of the brand, I really like "Cubot". It's short, simple and you know how to say it. It's got a nice, modern ring to it, and in terms of marketing towards Westerners, speaking strictly in regards to ambiance of the name itself, makes it worlds beyond names such as Xiaomi, HomTom, Gionee, Jiayu and the like. <span id="more-8302"></span> The phone we'll be taking a look at today is the Cubot X15. Following in the footsteps of many other China brands, they're using the 64-bit 4-core MT6735. As configured on the X15 they'll be using the MT6735A which has the CPU cores clocked at 1.3GHz. <span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Specs at a glance</strong></span> <ul> <li>SoC: MT6735A</li> <li>CPU: 64-bit [email protected]</li> <li>GPU: Mali-T720</li> <li>RAM: 2GB</li> <li>ROM storage: 16GB</li> <li>TF SD expandable: Yes</li> <li>Display: 2.5D 5.5"@1080p IPS</li> <li>Cameras: 16MP rear / 8MP front</li> <li>Battery: 2750mAh</li> <li>OS: Android 5.1</li> <li>2G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz</li> <li>3G: WCDMA 900/1900/2100MHz</li> <li>4G: FDD-LTE 800/1800/2100/2600MHz</li> <li>Colors: Gold / White</li> </ul> The GPU is Mali-720. RAM is a very healthy 2GB and ROM storage 16GB. The Cubot X15 has a TF SD expansion slot; storage wise this should be enough storage even for power users. Stylewise, the Cubot X15 is taking on what we've seen from many brands recently; very square with slightly rounded corners. <img class=" size-large wp-image-8303 aligncenter" src="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/cubot-x15-review-5-450x184.jpg" alt="cubot-x15-review-5" width="450" height="184" /> On a side note, I'm very much appreciating the style changes the smart phone market has recently seen in regards to moving away from round phones a la Samsung S4; whether this has to do with the mainstream brands changing, or the market naturally evolving I can't say, but it's excellent to see. <h5 style="text-align: center;"><a href="http://www.everbuying.net/product1033267.html" target="_blank">Cubot [email protected]</a></h5> Pricewise Cubot X15 is mid-budget and there's a ton of competition in this range, but as mentioned in the opening of this article, Cubot does generally produce solid mobiles, so if you're searching for a phone in this range and are digging the X15 style, have a good look at Cubot X15 and consider it for the shortlist.

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