Equipped with Android OS v8.0 (Oreo) straight out of the box and including FHD+ screen, decent cameras and GPS function in its features, the Cubot P20 is launched to the market in 2018. A cost-effective phone that comes with fingerprint sensor and 75.5 mm x 158.0 mm x 8.5 mm dimensions that comes to satisfy our needs at the comfortable price of $140 bucks!
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Design and display
Weighing 167grs and giving us a sleek vibe with an all-black aluminum frame, the Cubot P20 grants us a slim look with rounded edges. That combination gives the smartphone a simple but classy look, complemented with the rear set of 2 cameras in the upper corner of the phone.
It comes with a really big (6.18 inches) IPS capacitive touchscreen. The 1080 x 2280 PX resolution gives it a modern look with a clean and neat display. Multitouch capable, and more than adequate to deliver when we need to run high definition content.
Performance and battery life
The Cubot P20 runs on the Mediatek MT6750T Octa-Core 1.5GHz 64-bit. With 4GB of RAM memory, 64GB of ROM storage and an external memory capacity up to 128 GB. Just like its successor: the Cubot P30.
We can refer to the internal storage as sufficient and recognize this smartphone’s ability to run multiple tasks and some medium-quality games simultaneously.
Referring to the battery, Cubot P20 has a non-removable Li-Ion 4000 mAh battery that offers approximately 24 hours of battery life and up to 7 hours of screen active use, one of the best features that this phone offers.
Located at the back of the Cubot P20 is the dual back camera of 20 + 2 MP with auto – focus incorporated and double LED flash. Also, the Cubot P20 features a 13MP front camera which gives us really detailed pictures, especially at daylight. We can get nice pictures with the back and the front cameras but, in general, we’ll get an average performance in this field. Not ideal if you like the professional look of pictures from big performance cameras.
Conclusion: Satisfactory, but not wowing.
The Cubot P20 delivers in the terms of performance and display, but lacks a bit in camera performance and it’s not intended to break down the barriers with amazing features. If you’re looking for something simple and classy, this ideal for you. Not so much if you want a phone that keeps you updated with upcoming future models.