Tiny rugged CUBOT KingKong Mini with 4-inch screen launched


CUBOT KingKong Mini

Size of the phones is constanty increasing and for those users looking for a small screen phone with decent specs it’s certainly not easy. Luckily there are still some phone makers aware of this problem and the niche demand. Today CUBOT quite surprised us announcing the new rugged CUBOT KingKong Mini model featuring just 4-inch screen. That should be perfect for the one-handed controls and ideal for all those not willing to get a small tablet-like device to carry arround. So let’s take a closer look at the specs of the new phones.

CUBOT KingKong Mini will be coming with 4-inch display with 1080 x 540 pixel resolution, which equals to 302 PPI. Dimensions are really quite compact with 119 x 58 x 12.1 mm, so the phone will really fit even into smaller hands. Inside we will find Mediatek MT6761 processor (aka Helio A22) with cores clocked at 2 GHz, 3 GB RAM, 32 GB of internal storage, dual SIM slots and independent microSD card slot. Rear single camera will be 13MP with f/2.2 aperture and LED flash, while the self 8MP selfie shooter will be only fixed focus. Battery capacity is limited at 2000 mAh, but with the small display it won’t be an issue. There is also a notification LED as many users can’t imagine the phone without, same as the Face Unlock feature. System will be the Android 9 Pie and because it’s a full fledged rugged phone it will be sporting waterproof and dust-proof resistances.

This will be a perfect phone for all the small screen lovers and the rugged qualities will surely also help the appeal of this device. CUBOT KingKong Mini should be hitting the market in early November and so far the price hasn’t been revealed to the public. So stay tuned for more news about this tiny rugged phone. You can already find quite some information on the official website, but there will be surely more soon.

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