The 64 bit trend has spread a lot lately, reaching many companies, including Cube. Turns out they have a new tablet model ready, the Cube T7, a 7 incher with a 64 bit octa core MediaTek chipset inside.


The newcomer also offers LTE and relies on the MediaTek MT8752 for the processing needs. This is a new chipset, that’s supposed to be a tablet version of the MT6752, that was found on smartphones. The chip runs at 2 GHz and there’s also support for GPS, Glonass, 15 network frequencies, dual band WiFi, Bluetooth and H.256 video. Cube also integrated here a 7 inch JDI 1920 x 1200 pixel display, 16 GB of storage and 2 GB of RAM.

The battery is a 3500 mAh unit and we also get a dual camera, Android 4.4.2 KitKat and a 9.3 mm thick chassis. Cube T7 will debut in China via JingDong Mail, priced at merely $162. The device will also get an international launch and it will enter preorder next month. There will also be a bigger unit, with a 9.7 inch that will be announced in the future.