Cubot’s Cheetah mobile UI looks similar to CM


cheetah cubot

Cubot recently announced that they would be the hardware makers behind the Cheetah smartphone. So what will Cheetah bring to the table?

Cheetah Mobile make a few apps that claim to speed up your phone and clean up any junk in there. These apps (plus a few more) will make their way on to the latest Cubot smartphone along with a new UI.

We only have renders here (I didn’t get a chance to see the real phone at MWC), but from what we can see the UI on the phone is mostly left stock Android, with the App draw taking inspiration from Cyanogen.

The Cubot will run Android 6.0 out of the box, and Cheetah will offer users 10GB of free online storage with their cloud services.

Hardware specs the metal phone include a rear fingerprint scanner, 13 mega-pixel Samsung rear camera and LED flash, 8 mega-pixel front camera, 3GB RAM , and a Mediatek MT6753 chipset.

The phone will go on sale in Europe and Africa fro around 200 Euros.

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20 Comments

  1. Joel Adames
    March 2, 2016

    Not my cup of tea.

    • Assefa Hanson
      March 2, 2016

      Is it my cup of tea? Who’s tea is this? We need to sort out this tea problem

      • Wolvie
        March 3, 2016

        I love all tea, any tea like black tea, red tea, green tea, milk tea, etc You name it.

        • Mike
          March 3, 2016

          I love tea cups and D-cups

        • Assefa Hanson
          March 3, 2016

          lolololol

  2. Faress ElFarissi
    March 2, 2016

    Guys what do you thing about MT6753 ?

    • Marco Lancaster
      March 2, 2016

      Good SoC, some here don’t like it, because it seems like a downgrade after the excellent MT6752, but it still a big upgrade compared to old SoCs MT6582/92.
      And also power efficient.

      • Faress ElFarissi
        March 3, 2016

        Thanks to reply , i bought zte with sd 615 and that phone drain power to much .
        I think to back to mediatek phones since a good experience with lenovo

  3. Joel Adames
    March 2, 2016

    Not my cup of tea.

    • Assefa Hanson
      March 3, 2016

      Is it my cup of tea? Who’s tea is this? We need to sort out this tea problem

    • Guest
      March 3, 2016

      I love all tea, any tea like black tea, red tea, green tea, milk tea, etc You name it.

    • Guest
      March 3, 2016

      I love tea cups and D-cups

    • Assefa Hanson
      March 3, 2016

      lolololol

  4. Wolvie
    March 3, 2016

    Problem is their price tag also not consider as cheap compare to those smartphone with much powerful X10 (redmi note 2, Redmi note 3, etc)

    Btw they do give certain extra gimmicks like metal casing, finger print sensor, etc. But i prefer more reputable brand like Xiaomi, meizu, etc compare to those.

    I bought some chinese brands gadgets before (those not well know china brands) but none of them are durable.

    7″ Tablet from “no 1” can only last for 2 months. Totally dead cannot charge.

    3 units from “Bluebo” 5.7″ smartphone with MT6589T, can only last around 8 months. either Power or home button faulty or blank screen.

    4 units from “Blackview” 6″ smartphone with mtk6589T. I can use slightly longer than bluebo, around 1year+. Same problem power & home button faulty or totally dead/ blank screen.

    Now i think i have to think twice to buy those not reputable china brand. Those china vendors must increase their Quality control for their product.

    I think at least smartphone can last for 2 years is quite reasonable, of course i will not ask their last for 5 years or something.

    • Assefa Hanson
      March 3, 2016

      cubot phones are durable, they wont get the reputation like xiaomi etc since they never go high end or really use higher/mid range specs they use more basic parts that work

      im also surprised with the price since their phones are usually 150$ or less,oukitel is also isnt a reputable but have good build quality, vkworld the dirt cheap brand has good quality control as well

      i cant speak for others personally

  5. Faress ElFarissi
    March 3, 2016

    Guys what do you thing about MT6753 ?

    • Marco Lancaster
      March 3, 2016

      Good SoC, some here don’t like it, because it seems like a downgrade after the excellent MT6752, but it still a big upgrade compared to old SoCs MT6582/92.
      And also power efficient.

    • Faress ElFarissi
      March 3, 2016

      Thanks to reply , i bought zte with sd 615 and that phone drain power to much .
      I think to back to mediatek phones since a good experience with lenovo

  6. Guest
    March 3, 2016

    Problem is their price tag also not consider as cheap compare to those smartphone with much powerful X10 (redmi note 2, Redmi note 3, etc)

    Btw they do give certain extra gimmicks like metal casing, finger print sensor, etc. But i prefer more reputable brand like Xiaomi, meizu, etc compare to those.

    I bought some chinese brands gadgets before (those not well know china brands) but none of them are durable.

    7″ Tablet from “no 1” can only last for 2 months. Totally dead cannot charge.

    3 units from “Bluebo” 5.7″ smartphone with MT6589T, can only last around 8 months. either Power or home button faulty or blank screen.

    4 units from “Blackview” 6″ smartphone with mtk6589T. I can use slightly longer than bluebo, around 1year+. Same problem power & home button faulty or totally dead/ blank screen.

    Now i think i have to think twice to buy those not reputable china brand. Those china vendors must increase their Quality control for their product.

    I think at least smartphone can last for 2 years is quite reasonable, of course i will not ask their last for 5 years or something.

    • Assefa Hanson
      March 3, 2016

      cubot phones are durable, they wont get the reputation like xiaomi etc since they never go high end or really use higher/mid range specs they use more basic parts that work

      im also surprised with the price since their phones are usually 150$ or less,oukitel is also isnt a reputable but have good build quality, vkworld the dirt cheap brand has good quality control as well

      i cant speak for others personally