Watch: Cubot V2 official launch video (plus giveaway info)

Cubot V2 smart band

Cubot has officially launched the Cubot V2 and, after announcing the price tag ($24.99) a few days back, they also released an official video to go along with it. That’s not all  though, they’re also giving away three Cubot V2’s!

Cubot V2 Official Launch Video

Cubot V2 Features

  • 0.88-inch OLED display
  • Heart rate monitor
  • GPS tracking (built-in)
  • Notification relay (SMS, alarms, calls, etc.) with caller name display
  • Phone camera shutter control
  • Bi-directional touch sensors
  • Anti-lost alarm

Cubot V2 Mi Band 2 alternative

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In conjunction with the Cubot V2 release, Cubot is also launching a campaign in which they ask users what features they would like to see on the next’s generation smart band, i.e. the Cubot V3, and how much they’re willing to pay for it. If you do that you’ll get a chance to win a Cubot V3 band.

To enter the giveaway you must:

  1. Like Cubot’s Facebook page
  2. Send them a message with the features you’d like to have on the Cubot V3
  3. Tell them how much you think it should cost

To know more about the Cubot V2, click here. If you can’t wait to get your hands on one, you can preorder it here.

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  1. .
    October 1, 2016

    GPS tracking (built-in)
    No its not. There is no GPS module in it. It uses the phone’s GPS and only using their shitty app.

    • Conrad Aquilina
      October 3, 2016

      In fact Kamil already reported the GPS no GPS issue. I do not know why this portal keeps publishing misinformed pieces. See comments here

      • .
        October 3, 2016

        Because this is an advertising portal. All of the “articles” here are just copy-pasted ads, and most of the “reviewers” or “writers” here are fake.
        If you want real information you’ll probably want to look at android police and android authority.
        inb4 comment gets deleted in 3… 2… 1…