The market is full of Android and iOS devices. These two mobile operating systems have divided the world into two parts, and I don’t like it. I guess many of you don’t like it as well because when there was Nokia releasing Windows Phone handsets and BlackBerry with its own OS, people have many options to choose from. As of now, we can only choose either Android or iOS. Anyway, there are several companies trying to get back Windows Phone, and one of those is a popular manufacturer, Cube. Though some models of this brand run Android, the most of its products are powered by Windows OS. And now we are given a chance to get acquainted with the latest products of this manufacturer in face of the Cube WP10. The latter is offered at $79.99 if using the coupon (code: GB3WP10).
Read: Cube WP10 Review
This tablet comes with a standard design, but it doesn’t mean we are dealing with a terrible handset. The Cube WP10 just looks similar to other handsets and though it has nothing to stand out, there are also no complaints about it as well. The front of the tablet carries a speaker and a front camera, while the back comes with a rear camera with a flashlight and a logo in the middle. A headphone jack, a noise cancellation MIC 2, and a sensitive hole are located on the top of this tablet. A MIC1 and a USB port is located on the bottom. The SIM card slot support two active SIMs and the TF card expansion slot are located on the left, while the power button alongside with the volume rocker is placed on the right. The only complaint in terms of design refers to the power button that is placed a bit higher than expected and it will be difficult to get it. The Cube WP10 comes at dimensions of 187.7×97.7×7.6mm and weighs only 248 grams. Thus we are dealing with a slim and light tablet, by the way.
The Cube WP10 is packed with a 6.98-inch HD IPS touchscreen at a resolution of 1280*720 pixels. This means the tablet is capable of viewing content in vivid colors and the viewing angle is great as well. I don’t think it’s the best screen you have ever seen, but the resolution and screen size let me hope it will provide a good performance.
The tablet is powered by a Qualcomm MSM8909 quad-core processor running at 1.3GHz that is also paired with Adreno GPU, 2GB of RAM, and 16GB of ROM that can be expanded up to 128GB via TF card slot. It also sports a 2850mAh battery that is said to provide a respectable lifetime – the manufacturer claims it charges too fast and keeps the tablet working for a long time.
Finally, we’ve reached to the most interesting feature of this handset – it runs on Windows Phone 10, which is the latest version of Microsoft’s mobile operating system. Seems users are satisfied with the performance provided by this OS, and if everything is done properly for the Cube WP10, we will see no problems when operating with it.