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Cubot Max 4G Android 6.0 6.0 inch MTK6753 1.3GHz Octa Core 3GB RAM 32GB ROM OTG Hotknot GPS Bluetooth 4.0 - £98.27 @ Gearbest
Cubot Max 4G Android 6.0 6.0 inch MTK6753 1.3GHz Octa Core 3GB RAM 32GB ROM OTG Hotknot GPS Bluetooth 4.0 - £98.27 @ Gearbest

Cubot Max 4G Android 6.0 6.0 inch MTK6753 1.3GHz Octa Core 3GB RAM 32GB ROM OTG Hotknot GPS Bluetooth 4.0 - £98.27 @ Gearbest

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On the surface this looks to be a lot of phone for the money, although not all the specs might be what you want for a 6" phone, such as 1280 x 720 screen.

Doesn't ship until September 13.

Main Features:

Display:6.0 inch HD screen (1280 x 720 pixels)

CPU: MTK6753 1.3GHz Octa Core

System: Android 6.0

RAM + ROM: 3GB RAM + 32GB ROM

Max Storage Expansion: 128GB

Camera: Back camera 8.0MP (Interpolated 13.0MP) with flashlight + front camera 1.3MP (Interpolated 5.0MP)

Bluetooth: 4.0

GPS: GPS

Sensor: G-sensor, Proximity sensor, Ambient light senor

SIM Card: Dual SIM dual standby, dual Micro SIM cards

Network:

2G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz

3G: WCDMA 900/2100MHz

4G: FDD-LTE 1800/2100/2600MHz

5 Comments

coming at 117quid prefer my leagoo shark

Be careful when buying a Chinese phone, or any foreign one for that matter, for use in the UK, as it may not work on the UK 4G network that your operator uses, This one for instance will not work on 02 or Tesco network as both use the 800Mhz frequency for their 4G operation, this phone does not list that frequency in it's compatibility specs. Best to check what frequency your operator is using before buying.
Edited by: "sluigi" 24th Aug 2016

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sluigi

Be careful when buying a Chinese phone, or any foreign one for that … Be careful when buying a Chinese phone, or any foreign one for that matter, for use in the UK, as it may not work on the UK 4G network that your operator uses, This one for instance will not work on 02 or Tesco network as both use the 800Mhz frequency for their 4G operation, this phone does not list that frequency in it's compatibility specs. Best to check what frequency your operator is using before buying.



That is a fair comment but what about their 2G and 3G networks?

Not sure about those to be honest as when I bought mine (not this one), I was just wanting to make sure it would work on the o2 4G network in the UK
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