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Alldocube X Prototype Demo Posted

Alldocube X Prototype Demo Posted

AllDoCube has posted a demo of their X prototype model, this is the 6-core MediaTek MTK8176 SoC with a  10.5″ 2560 x 1600 Samsung  Super AMOLED. This is the same panel used in the Samsung Tab S4. It also has a decent HiFi DAC for audio, 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage with MicroSD support. It has fingerprint security unlocking and runs Android 8.1.

This video is listed as the normal speed one, but to me, it still looks a little sped up. The AllDoCube X is due to be shipping soon and still up for sale for $239 via the Indiegogo campaign.  $352,479 USD total funds have been raised.

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  1. They even browse TechTablets cool. Overall great product but I’m waiting for the new generation stylus tablet. Currently using i7stylus and it is a beast.

    • chuwi has a new hi9 plus which uses the hi3 stylus, if you really new a stylus supported android tablet right now it is probably your best bet. Considering mediatek has not even announced a new tablet SoC it will be a long long time before we see anything newer than the mt8176/x20/x23/x27 chips.

      • Actually I like Windows tablets. Chuwi CoreBook meets my requirements but it is too expensive. Almost 2x the price of Cube Mix series. Thanks for all the info though.

  2. Like the Galaxy Tab S4? After all, they have the same screen if I’m not mistaken.

    • Yes as mentioned in the article “This is the same panel used in the Samsung Tab S4”

  3. The US price of a new S4, 64GB, without LTE, is $649, but the Sammie has an 8-core Snapdragon 835.
    There’s definitely a market for new ADC X, if only for the best in class panel and movies. That said, I would buy a used S3 with LTE for <$300 (32GB) before I would buy any tablet without LTE. I'm roaming in Japan now with my S3 LTE on Project Fi, and the convenience of inboard LTE with a global RF module is a dealbreaker for anyone in international business.

  4. Project Treble?

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