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Cube U30GT Mini 2 (7.9 Inch) Tablet Announced – Specs, Features & Price

If you are real technology fan, then you have probably heard of Cube. The Chinese tablet manufacturer decided to show us, that they know how to make affordable and yet quality gadgets. Their latest device – U30GT2 was one of the first tablets that were equipped with quad core Rockchip RK3188 processor. People who had the rare chance to test Cube’s tablet claimed that it was performing even faster than expected.

Cube U30GT Mini 2

Cube U30GT Mini 2

However, Cube announced that they are currently developing a smaller version of the tablet but the good news is it will have the same speed chip integrated. The gadget will go by the name U30GT Mini 2. The expected release date is later this month and the initially announced price is approximately 200$, depending on the retailer.

We would like to pay attention to the specifications of Cube’s Mini tablet version, because it has lots to offer! Starting with the display – it is IPS, featuring 7.9”size, working at a 1024×768 resolution. The shape and dimensions of the tablet itself are pretty much the same as Apple’s iPad Mini, so at least you will have a brief idea how comfortable the device is.

As for the hardware characteristics – 16GB of internal storage, 2GB RAM, ARM Mali 400 graphics adapter, HDMI-ready, 5MP rear-facing camera, 2MP front facing camera. And last but not least – 4000 mAh battery, ensuring long lifespan for gaming sessions and other activities.

As we mentioned in the beginning of the article – Cube U30GT Mini 2 is expected to be released this month. The initially claimed price is 200$, which is 80$ less than its bigger brother – U30GT2. The main difference between the two tablets is the screen size of U30GT2 – 10.1”. In any other terms and specifications they are pretty similar to each other. Let’s hope that we will not be disappointed with the performance!


Mike is a software engineer with a love for tinkering with smart phone devices. He spends a lot of time moving pictures to his SD card, because the Android keeps running out of memory. In his spare time, he travels to different parts of the world and takes one of his Android devices with him.

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