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Cubot’s product range has been expanded with two new products: the Note 21 smartphone and the Tab 40 tablet. The Note 21 smartphone boasts a screen with a high refresh rate, a capacious battery, and a high-resolution camera, while the Tab 40 tablet is convenient for watching videos, reading, and other tasks that require a large screen. Both gadgets belong to the affordable segment, and in honor of the start of sales, they are offered at an even more favorable price.
The Cubot Note 21 received a 6.56-inch IPS screen with HD+ resolution and a refresh rate of 90 Hz. The “heart” of the smartphone is the eight-core Unisoc T606 processor, paired with 12 GB of RAM (6 physical + 6 virtual). The built-in storage capacity is 128 GB; you can additionally install a microSD card up to 1 TB. A 5200 mAh battery is responsible for autonomy.
The smartphone has a 50-megapixel main camera and an 8-megapixel front camera that supports face recognition for secure unlocking. Android 13 is used as the pre-installed operating system.
The Cubot Tab 40 has a large 10.4-inch screen with a resolution of 2000×1200 pixels. Stereo speakers create surround sound when watching videos and playing games. The entry-level Unisoc Tiger T616 chip is used as the hardware platform, and the built-in 8 GB of RAM can be virtually doubled using the drive. The latter has a capacity of 128 GB, and if necessary, it can be expanded with a microSD card up to 1 TB.
The battery capacity is 7500 mAh. The tablet also has a slot for a SIM card with 4G support, which allows you to fully use it anywhere. And all this in a metal case with a thickness of 7.7 mm and a weight of 449 grams.