Unlike regular Android smartphones, Tablets are a cross between smartphones and laptops, have a bigger screen than smartphones and provide a better multimedia experience. If not for work or some specific purpose, its rear to see people rushing for tabs. Big tech companies like Samsung, Apple, Lenovo and Asus are well known to be producing the best high-quality tabs. However, a Chinese based company recently revealed a new tab with amazing features to rival these tech giants, the “Alldocube X.”
Alldocube X Tablet Main Features
- 2K Super AMOLED Display
- 8000 mAh Battery
The 10.5-inch Alldocube X Android tablet is a 6.9mm super thin device with a resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixel (2k resolution) on a super AMOLED screen and DCI-P3 colour gamut produced by Samsung.
Alldocube X bags an 8-Megapixel front and back camera with HDR that adds depth and richness to the images.
The device will run on latest Android Oreo OS on a six-core MediaTek 8176 chipset clocked at 2.1GHz and paired with an IMG PowerVR GX6250 GPU, accompanied by an 8000 mAh battery.
As for the speed and storage, the devices will come with 4 GB of RAM memory which should handle your task pretty well with the MediaTek 8176 onboard, a 64 GB of internal storage also expandable with a Micro SD card up to 128 GB.
While the Samsung S10 is expected to come with a 6.2-inch sound emitting display, the Alldocube X also brings an AKM Hi-Fi chip which promises a good sound quality. However, with the use of headphones, it provides a better sound experience since the device has only one stereo output speaker for sound reproduction.
According to the Chinese company, the device will last up to five and a half hours on a heavy usage and also provide up to 72 hours of standby time on the battery. It also carries a fingerprint sensor, positioned on one side, a USB type-c backed by MediaTek’s fast charging technology (MTK PE+).
The device availability and price is yet to be announced, however, on the companys official website, it has been stated that the device will soon be put up on the crowdfunding website IndieGoGo and to get an early bird discount of 26 per cent, users can sign up to the company’s newsletter.