AllDoCube iPlay 8: mid-range affordable WiFi tablet
You definitely (may) have come across and used a number of tablets -good, bad, or ugly. You probably also know that like smartphones, there are also high-end premium tablets, the mid-range ones, and tablets you can purchase at a purchase price. The AllDoCube is a good example of a mid-range tablet from AllDoCube’s CUBE series of Android tablets. AllDoCube is a high-tech OEM based in China with its focus in MP3, MP4, and tablet PC production.
The AllDoCube iPlay 8 tablet (shortly called the Cube iPlay 8) is a small-sized tablet that you can easily carry about in your hands, your work bag, and depending on the size of your pocket, you can actually fit it in your pocket.
ALLDOCUBE iPlay 8 Specifications
- Dimension: 196 mm x 137 mm x 9.0 mm
- Weight: 330 grams (with battery)
- Display: 7.85 inches 1024 x 768 Pixels IPS LCD touchscreen
- Processor: 1.3GHz Quad-core MediaTek MTMT8163 SoC
- GPU: Mali T720
- Operating System: Android Marshmallow v6.0
- RAM: 1GB
- Internal memory (ROM): 8GB or 16GB, expandable to 128GB
- Rear camera: 5-megapixels
- Front camera: 0.3-megapixels
- Battery: Non-removable 3,500mAh
- Sensors: Proximity Sensor, Accelerometer, Ambient Light
- Colours: Grey
- Price: Rs. 7440 ($69.99)
The Cube iPlay 8 comes in a matte plastic body and is available in a single colour; Gray. The company’s logo is written in Chinese and is embedded at the middle on the tablet’s rear. At the top left corner, there is a single circle-shaped primary 5-megapixels lens for image capture. The primary camera comes with some basic features and modes like HDR, autufocus, continous shooting, face detection, timer, and a couple of other features.
The loudspeaker grill is on the rear of the iPlay 8 and this means you have to turn the tablet upside down for the best sound quality and audio experience. The power/lock button and volume rockers are on the right-hand side (when viewed from the front) while the 3.5mm headphone jack, micro USB port, and micro HDMI port are at the top. Actually, the tablet has quite a lot of ports. There is also an open port for micro SD card on the left-hand side of the tablet which can take up to 128GB of external storage.
The AllDoCube iPlay 8 tablet comes in 2 different variants on the basis of their internal storage capacities. The first variant comes with 8GB of built-in memory, while the other version comes with 16GB of storage. Both variants have 1GB of RAM for multitasking, run the Android Marshmallow v6.0 operating system, and are powered by a MediaTek MT6183 chip, which is an ARM-based entry-level SoC used in Android tablets.
The AllDoCube iPlay 8 tablet comes with a 7.85 inches IPS display for the perfect visual experience either when gaming, watching movies etc. At the top of the display, there is an 0.3 megapixels lens (don’t expect the best selfies) for selfies and video chats. Keeping the iPlay 8 tablet up and running is the built-in 3,500mAh Lithium Ion battery that has a standby period of 120hours and a lenghty charge time of 3-4 hours (it lacks the quick charge feature).
The tablet is a very affordable one and if you are on a low budget but would love to buy a unit of the AllDoCube iPlay 8 tablet, you can hastily purchase it on GearBest at the flash sale price of $69.99 through the link below.