Samsung and Huawei both made pretty big splashes around MWC 2019 with their folding tablets. The Galaxy Fold from Samsung and the Mate X from Huawei both push the boundaries of what a tablet can be, but they’re pretty expensive, too.
What if you’re itching for a good tablet that doesn’t break the bank? The Alldocube X might be something to check out.
The crowdfunded success story sources its 2K display from Samsung, then proceeds to match other high-end tablets at a very reasonable cost. It’s a perfect budget-friendly option for someone looking for a media tablet that isn’t a $2000 folding device.
Not only are you getting the same type of screen that Samsung’s flagship uses, but the Alldocube X packs in 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage that’s expandable via microSD card, a bigger battery at 8000mAh, and a tuned AKM hifi audio chip for excellent media playback. That’s on top of the standard USB-C ports and fingerprint scanner. The device runs Android 8.1 Oreo and is powered by a MediaTek MT8176 that promises good gaming performance with 8 hours of battery life.
- 10.5-inch 2K Super AMOLED Display
- AKM Hi-Fi Audio
- MediaTek MT8176 CPU, IMG Power VR GX6250 GPU
- Android 8.1 Oreo
- 4GB RAM / 64GB ROM, 128GB MicroSD expansion
- 8000mAh battery（bigger than Samsung Galaxy Tab S4’s）
- Fingerprint Scanner
- USB-C port, PE+2.0 quick charge
- 8MP+8MP camera setup
The most impressive aspect of this tablet, though, is the price. Instead of shelling out hundreds of dollars for something similar, you can snag the Alldocube X for $269. If you’re looking to start off 2019 with one of the best value tablets currently available, this might be what you’ve been waiting for.
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