CUBOT S208 – The Phablet That Has It All

CUBOT S208 – The Phablet That Has It All

The advancement of technology in the world of mobile phones and tablets has been exemplary. From highly sophisticated designs to immensely intricate operating systems, we have it all. CUBOT S208 is one of the thinnest and one of the most compact phones of the CUBOT series. It is a culmination of both style and efficiency. So if you are looking for a phablet that is not only efficient but also sleek and stylish when it comes to looks.
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Features instilled in CUBOT S208

Apart from the quad core processing efficiency, CUBOT S208 provides its users with many more features that not even the most highly expensive and branded phones offer. This is what makes it unique and recommendable to all. Following are the few of many more features it provides us with;

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  • Inculcates a RAM of 1 GB and internal storage memory of 16 GB (the software is installed on this storage area, however, the remaining area stays free)
  • Supports Bluetooth, MP3, MP4 and FM
  • Supports GPS function
  • It falls in the category of Phablets since it inculcates properties of both a phone and a tablet
  • Works on Android 4.2 operating system
  • Supports a TF card with memory upto 32 GB (however, this memory card has to be purchased explicitly)
  • Supports WiFi and wireless connectivity
  • Based on 802.11b/g/n series
  • It supports 3G
  • It incorporates dual camera with a  flash light and an AF and a resolution of 5.0 MP
  • Supports video recording
  • Supports both microphone and speaker
  • Incorporates and audio outport of 3.5mm
  • Incorporates dual camera; the rear camera being 5 MP with flash light whilst the front camera of 2 MP
  • Supports following image formats
    • GIF, BMP, PNG, JPEG
  • Supports following music formats
    • WAV, AAC, MP3
  • Supports the following video formats
    • 3GP, AVI, MP4
  • Supports the following MS office formats
    • PPT, Word, Excel
  • Supports the following E-book formats
    • TXT, PDF
  • Supports the following languages
    • French, Portuguese, Spanish, Dutch, Russian, German, Italian, English
  • Light sensing, video calls, gravity sensing are some of its additional features
  • Comes along with a screen protector
  • Comes along with an adapter
  • Comes along with a USB cable
  • Comes along with a battery
  • Comes along with earphones
  • Comes along with a leather casing
  • Comes along with an English Manual
  • Allows you to download any  feature and new app that becomes available in the market through the built in Google Play Store
  • Screen type: IPS, Capacitive
  • Screen size: 5.0 inch
  • Screen resolution: 960 x 540 (QHD)

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However, it must be kept in mind that this phone was built on 4.2 android OS, and can only function on it. If you choose to upgrade it, the phone will lose its warranty.

It can be purchased for $132.46. At such reasonable price, getting to have all that has been aforementioned is no less than a technological miracle. The views of people on the comment section of Gearbest.com and other related blogs have been very encouraging and they push the buyers into buying CUBOT S208. It is hence, recommended that you at least try it and avail the benefits of it.

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