Cube to launch Android tablet running Remix OS


remix os cube tablet

Chinese tablet maker are looking to use Remix OS on an upcoming Android tablet launching later in the year.

Remix OS is an Android based operating system which basically gives the mobile OS the look, feel and some of the features of a desktop operating system. Remix will be releasing an Android 5.0 build of the OS with support keyboard short cuts, and mouse input, plus multi window support.

Not much is known about the Cube Remix tablet other than it will be using Remix OS 1.5, the rest is still a mystery.

As of the time of writing there is also is currently only the Remix Ultra tablet on the market running the system. The Ultra is an alloy bodied tablet, with premium build but an uncanny outward appearance to the Microsoft Surface.

Cube have been making Android tablets for years, and recently launched a range of Windows tablets. A Remix tablet would be a neat way of bridging the gap between the two.

Thanks to Simon for the tip!

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12 Comments

  1. Rob
    May 19, 2015

    I like the look of this, have been debating all week whether or not to buy a dual boot tablet. Might see how this pans out over the next few weeks before deciding.

  2. xteamchinax
    May 19, 2015

    Cube RULES! I use the Cube Talk 9x and it’s a great tablet for the price. I’m not a big fan of dual boot tablets (prefer android for my tablet and a laptop for when i need Windows). Interesting to see what Remix is all about, or just upgrade to the T9. #teamcube

    • MaxPower
      May 19, 2015

      I wanted to get the cube t7 or 9x but I wasn’t sure and this brand.
      Do you recommend it?

      • trolleyfan
        May 20, 2015

        I used to own a Cube Talk 7X and it was great for its price. Probably the best Chinese tablet I ever had.

      • xteamchinax
        May 20, 2015

        I definitely recommend cube. I cant speak for the t7 since I haven’t used it before, but I purchased the Cube Talk 9x as a recommendation by a friend. He was very happy with it, and so am I, still. The 9x has a full metal aluminum unibody and definitely feels and looks way more expensive than what I really paid for it (~$229 for the 32GB version and still has microSD slot). The screen is same size as ipad Air. Very nice and sharp. It has a pretty generous 10000mah battery and has received 2 OTA updates since I bought it in December 2014. I would definitely keep my eyes on CUBE as I have been looking at the T9 lately as an upgrade. Hope this helps.

      • xteamchinax
        May 20, 2015

        I definitely recommend cube. I cant speak for the t7 since I haven’t used it before, but I purchased the Cube Talk 9x as a recommendation by a friend. He was very happy with it, and so am I, still. The 9x has a full metal aluminum unibody and definitely feels and looks way more expensive than what I really paid for it (~$229 for the 32GB version and still has microSD slot). The screen is same size as ipad Air. Very nice and sharp. It has a pretty generous 10000mah battery and has received 2 OTA updates since I bought it in December 2014. I would definitely keep my eyes on CUBE as I have been looking at the T9 lately as an upgrade. Hope this helps.

      • BamaPanda
        August 16, 2015

        I have the T9, a faster… more robust build than the 9x. The best tab I have ever had. Had a 9x before I destoyed it with a drop, but trust me…. either are great choices.

    • MinusPlusDivide
      May 22, 2015

      Cube is great, recommend brand for chinese andriod tablet. T9 has fix the low audio volume of Talk9x which is really great.

      By the way, I think Teclast and Chuwi are the best choice if you looking for chinese dual OS tablet.

      • xteamchinax
        May 22, 2015

        ViPER4Android FX from Google play and volume issues are no longer a problem, at least for every device I have used it with. Still, T9 is a great upgrade for the processor and GPU alone, but my Talk 9X is still going strong. Maybe the T9 successor will be hot! ??

  3. jimberkas
    May 19, 2015

    could be interesting. the jide ultra is way too expensive for my tablet needs.

  4. wat
    May 20, 2015

    Would like a mini-PC with this OS.

  5. teeechomarine
    June 1, 2015

    I hope this OS will also comes with x86 architecture for me to run it on my laptop and Intel Atom windows tablet…