While the mobile market is waiting for the September presentations, Cubot brand worked ahead of the curve and has already announced the update of its model range. The upcoming X20 Pro smartphone was equipped with a frameless display, a neural coprocessor, and a productive filling.
Cubot X20 Pro got a 6.3-inch 2.5 D screen with Full HD+ resolution, minimal frames and a neat teardrop-shaped cutout for a 13-megapixel front, which does not distract from viewing a full-screen image. Despite the battery capacity of 4000 mAh under the "hood", the manufacturer managed to maintain a relatively small thickness of the device — only 8.1 mm. For shooting, capabilities meet triple camera with sensors 12 MP (main), 20 MP (depth of field sensor) and 8 MP (wide angle).
The "core" of the device was the eight-core processor MediaTek Helio P60 with support for NeuroPilot technology — it distributes the load between the CPU, GPU and the neural unit, which is responsible for including algorithms for improving photo and video when shooting. 6 GB of RAM is enough to perform any daily scenarios of the smartphone. For installation of applications and storage of multimedia files, a built-in 128 GB drive is provided.
More affordable version of the smartphone called Cubot X20 is based on the processor MediaTek Helio P23 and is available in version 4/64 GB, other characteristics of the model are identical to the Pro-modification.
The debut of new products will take place in September — according to the manufacturer, both devices will enter the market at a very competitive price, which will be announced later.