Cube is launching a new cheap 10.1-inch Android 6.0 tablet with built-in 3G cellular connectivity on February 4th called Cube T12, for a launch pice of $129: http://www.gearbest.com/tablet-pcs/pp_605848.html
Considering all that I was initially excited, but then I realized that it had 1GB of RAM and 16GB of storage, which will make it feel a little underpowered and also short on storage, although the storage can be expanded with microSD cards up to 64GB in size.
But I also know that ther are people who wants the cheapest possible 3G tablet, where the low price means more than the performance, while still being able to get an Android 6.0 tablet, and a large one too, and not just a smaller 7-inch or 8-inch one.
And the only alternative then would be to buy a USB 3G dongle instead, which will turn any tablet into a 3G tablet.
The rest of the specs of the Cube T12 are OK though, It’s powered by MediaTek’s quad-core MT8321 processor with a Mali-400 GPU, and the 10.1-inch screen has a HD 1280 x 800 resolution. This processor also has built-in GPS.
The resolution of the front camera is low, at 0.3MP, but measures 5MP at the rear camera. 2G / 3G supports GSM + WCDMA networks at 850/900/1800/1900 MHz and WCDMA 2100 MHz, while it also has regular Bluetooth 4.0, and 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi support for Internet connection options.
The battery is a 5000 mAh battery which Cub says lasts for 4 hours. And finally it has a micro-USB port ad 3.5 mm audio combo jack. The back of the tablet is made of plastic, so it’s relatively light for a 10.1-inch tablet, at 555 grams, with a thickness of 8.6 mm.
This is the second cellular tablet from Cube in a shor time. Cube also launched a 7-inch Windows 10 tablet with 4G at the end of 2016 called Cube WP10.
– Tom Bowen