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Alldocube M5: a Chinese high-end tablets with Android Oreo

Alldocube M5: a Chinese high-end tablets with Android Oreo

Less than two months ago he presented us his new high-end compact tablet, the Cube X1, and now we get the new Alldocube M5 for those who are looking for technical specifications at the best price, but prefer 10-inch screens. This new model comes already, in addition, with an interesting claim, which few tablets can boast yet: Android Oreo.

Alldocube (or Cube , its original name), is one of the brands of Chinese tablets of more confidence that we will find in recent times in importers and, fortunately, it is quite prolific, which leaves us a relatively broad catalog, with Quite a variety of models for different needs. The one we present today, however, is probably the star right now.

Alldocube M5: a Chinese high-end tablets with Android Oreo

Beginning to pass list of its virtues, we must say that we have here a 10.1-inch screen with Quad HD resolution, and adds to the Wave X20 of which we spoke last week, which comes with a Helio X20, accompanied by 4 GB of RAM, as usual in Chinese tablets of this level. It also has 64 GB of storage capacity.

We still doubt, however, if the screen is laminated, something that has not yet been specified, and it seems that we do not have fingerprint reader here either. In the section of cameras it seems that it is also one step behind others, because it appears listed in some importers with 2 MP for the front and 5 MP for the main, although this is a minor defect. In compensation, yes, it is one of the few tablets that we can buy since it comes with Android Oreo.

Announced for less than 200 euros and with 4G

As always when we talk about Chinese tablets, one of the most interesting moments comes when it comes to talking about the price and we are seeing that in the first importers in which it is appearing, it is doing it for a price of 180 euros. The figure is even more interesting if we consider that it has a mobile connection, because we already know that 4G tablets always rise appreciably in price compared to Wi-Fi models.

The fact that it stays below 200 euros, on the other hand, helps a lot to be considered an interesting alternative to the Teclast T10, which is probably the best high-end Chinese tablet of the moment, with some important advantages on it (laminated screen, fingerprint reader …) but that we will get more expensive and still runs Android Nougat.

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