Monday, May 11, 2015

Review Cubot S200: android-smartfon- “survivor” entry-level or low-end workhorse? –

Cubot S200

5.0 “IPS

1,280 x 720

Operating System
Android 4.4.

MTK MT6582, 4 x 1300 MHz, Cortex-A7

Mali 400 MP

1 GB

Flash Memory
8 GB

Memory Card Support
MicroSD up to 32 GB

13.0 + 5.0 megapixel

3300 mAh

Dimensions *
71.7 x 144.0 x 9.45 mm

169 g

SIM card
1 common, 1 micro-SIM

~ 8000 rubles.

* Dimensions, according to the manufacturer.

Packaging equipment Cubot S200

The device Cubot comes in a cardboard box decorated in dark colors. As is common in many Chinese brands, packaging is decorated in a minimalist and a special informative no different. On the upper part there is a brand name, and the sides are devoid of any information.

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In the lower part there is a sticker on which are some information about the manufacturer.

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The first thing we see after opening the package – itself smartphone, lying in a cardboard backing.

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The quality of the packaging is at a high level. All accessories are not just randomly scattered across the box and neatly stacked in individual cardboard boxes.

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Surprisingly, supplied Cubot S200 is incomplete . In the box we find:

  • The protective film;

  • USB cable;

  • Protective bumper;

  • Battery charger;

  • User Guide;

  • Warranty;

  • wipes for the screen.

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We can only welcome the decision of the manufacturer to replace the headset bumper. Fortunately, it is quite justified. As a rule, complete headphone users often store on a shelf, replacing them with other, more qualitative, but full-time protection – a good thing.

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Of course, the bumper is different premium materials, however, find it included nice. And with his duties, he has to cope well.

Now it’s time to start reviewing Cubot S200.


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