ALLDOCUBE M8 – Dual SIM 4G 8-Inch Tablet Coming Soon

ALLDOCUBE M8 – Dual SIM 4G 8-Inch Tablet Coming Soon

It seems everyone is now switching to releasing MediaTek power tablets due to Intel’s apparent shortage of the cheaper low end 14nm chipsets like the Gemini lakes. The AllDoCube M8 is an 8-inch tablet with a 1920 x 1200 fully laminated IPS panel. It’s a dual SIM 4G tablet power by the faster Helio X27 max turbo 2.6Ghz & GPU clocked at 875Mhz. It has 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. So pretty much a low-end tablet in the budget sub $200 USD range.

The battery is 5500mAh which okay if you factor in the 8″ size. The Helio X27’s aren’t the fastest, but not as bad as you would think with 10 cores on the battery. It runs stock Android 8.0 and has the usual Wireless AC, BT 4.2, FM Radio and microUSB. Sadly no type-c and no HDMI output that they seem to drop nowadays.

The AllDoCube M8 weighs 345 grams and the 4G modem supports EU bands so band 20 is covered with GPS.  No word on pricing or when it’s available. But expect it to sell for around $170-$180 since it has the 4G modem enabled.

Maybe in AllDoCube’s hands, they can get that Helio X27 to run a bit smoother and more optimized as this same spec on the Chuwi HiPad didn’t exactly run smooth.

Source & more info here on the M8’s official page.

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  1. Well I bought one on Amazon USA for $159.99 due to the wide support for LTE bands in the USA. Build quality sure feels cheap compared to the CHUWI Hi9 Pro. My first question is HOW TO GET RID OF THAT GOD-AWFUL SKINNED NAVIGATION BAR along the bottom. I can see how having all the extra functionality in the navigation bar could be useful but not when I don’t need all that. Not to mention it alters the location of the 3 standard Android soft buttons and is throwing me off. I looked through the settings and developer options but didn’t see a way to revert to the stock Android navigation bar. Anyone?

  2. alldocube reply on the indiegogo page for the alldocube x – “Thank you for your support. If there are important Android tablets in the future, we will join L1.”

    we will see if this is a “important” device for alldocube…

    • Just a budget one but the X is much better of course. Better screen, SoC (MTK8176 is faster in real-world use) and only really people would get this for the 4G. That and the X isn’t shipping till mid December now.

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