Cubot X20 Pro Review: Still Best For Cheap Budget Phone? On XiaomiToday
CUBOT X20 Pro Review
Today we would like to introduce theCubot X20 Pro to you. A China mobile phone designed for the lower middle class. Cubot has always been able to offer good smartphones in the past. Cubot presented its new entry-level smartphone X20 Pro in mid-September. The device already offers a triple camera, a FullHD + screen with mini-notch as well as 6 GB RAM and 128 GB capacity at a low price. In the review, we take a closer look at the external and internal values ?? of the smartphone.
CUBOT X20 Pro 6.3 inch 4G Smartphone with 6GB RAM 128GB ROM AI Triple Camera Android 9.0 4000mAh Battery
The Cubot X20 Pro has in addition 6 GB of RAM and 128 Ho of ROM, as well as a triple photo module integrated into a square like on the iPhone 11. The technical sheet of the X20 Pro is interesting on paper, but is- what the user experience is satisfactory? Find out the answer to this question in our full review.
Technical data of the Cubot X20 Pro
Cubot X20 Pro
6.3 inch 19.5: 9 full HD + (2340 x 1080 pixel) LC display (409 PPI)
MediaTek Helio P60 @ 2 GHz
ARM Mali G72
12-megapixel SONY IMX486 + 8-megapixel ultra wide-angle + 20 MP Sony IMX350 depth camera
Bluetooth, USB Type-C, GPS, 3.5 mm jack, LTE band 20
Dimensions | Weight
15.71 x 7.43 x 8.5 mm | 250 g
The Cubot X20 Pro is delivered in a black box with a gold “X20 Pro” logo on the front. On the back, also in gold letters, the user can find some information about the specifications. The scope of delivery includes the Cubot X20 Pro, an anthracite-colored and a slightly transparent TPU case, a 5V / 2A power supply, a USB Type-C cable, a SIM needle, a Quickstartquide, and other paperwork. A protective film was on the display from the factory. We removed this for the review Properties of the display glass.
Design & Appearance
Hardware & Perforamnce
The Cubot X20 Pro has one of my favorite mid-range processors, the Helio P60. In addition, the processor is quite an announcement for a cell phone under $150. The Mediatek chip has been on the market since the end of 2018 and is therefore still up to date. The computing unit consists of a performance cluster with four Cortex-A73 cores with up to 2.0 GHz and is supported by four Cortex A-53 cores with up to 2.0 GHz in the energy-saving cluster.
An ARM Mali G72 with 800 MHz clock frequency is used as the graphics unit. Cubot’s internal storage was not too bad either and installed a decent 6GB RAM and 128GB internal storage. With a maximum reading speed of 300MB/s and a writing speed of 188MB/s, high-quality eMMc chips were also used here. This is very commendable for the lower price range of the Cubot X20 Pro.