Cubot spent much of MWC announcing their smartphone in collaboration with app maker Cheetah, saving a couple more phone launches for after the huge expo.
Cubot didn’t show all their cards at MWC, keeping three new phones a secret for after the event. The two devices are the Cubot Z100 and Cubot S500 smartphones.
the Z100 is the model aimed at budget phone shoppers. Parameters for the phone include 1GB RAM, quad-core MT6735P chipset, LTE, 5-inch HD display and 8 mega-pixel rear camera (capable of shooting at 13 mega-pixels).
Cubot S500 and S550
The Cubot S500 gets a slight upgrade with 2GB RAM and 16GB internal memory, 13 mega-pixel F2.0 rear camera, measuring at 7mm thick with a 5-inch display. The S550 is slightly larger with a 5.5-inch OGS panel and larger 3000mAh battery (compared to the S500’s 2700mAh battery). Pricing for the S500 will start at $129.99, it’s not clear at this time if the S550 will have the same pricing.
All three phones have dual sim support, room for a micro SD card, and run Android 5.1 Lollipop from the box.