Cubot has been around for a couple of years and generally releases solid mobiles. Their latest release is the 5200mAh Cubot H1, which puts them in with the recent surge of mega-batteried mobiles.
Cubot H1 review specifications
CPU: 4-core 64-bit [email protected]
Display: 2.5D [email protected] IPS
ROM storage: 16GB
OS: Android 5.1
Cubot has been around for a couple of years and generally releases solid mobiles. Their latest release is the 5200mAh Cubot H1, which puts them in with the recent surge of mega-batteried mobiles.<span id="more-8775"></span>
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<span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Cubot H1 review specifications</strong></span>
<li>CPU: 4-core 64-bit [email protected]</li>
<li>Display: 2.5D 5.5"@720P IPS</li>
<li>ROM storage: 16GB</li>
<li>OS: Android 5.1</li>
<li>Camera rear: 8MP</li>
<li>Camera front: 5MP</li>
<li>External TF SD: Yes</li>
<li>Battery: 5200mAh (enclosed)</li>
<li>Operate as a powerbank: Yes</li>
<li>2G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz</li>
<li>3G: WCDMA 900/2100MHz</li>
<li>4G: FDD-LTE 800/1800/2100/2600MHz</li>
I've recently tested several MT6735 SoC mobiles and found them to be more than adequate for pushing Android.
According to Cubot marketing, the Cubot H1 also supports 2A quick charge, which for a battery this size is a nice plus.
The H1 also can function as a powerbank to charge any other USB chargeable devices. This is a great feature for any gadget lover.
Stylewise I'm digging it; nice and square with a CNC process metal frame and 2.5D glass add an element of slick to the H1's looks.
The huge draw here of course is the gigantic 5200mAh, which if properly specced should give 10-15 hours of onscreen time.
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For those looking for a very well-priced mobile in the above mentioned coverage areas, consider the H1 for your shortlist.
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