Cubot just released two new very affordable smartphones

Note 30

Cubot is always releasing different types of mobile phones to cover different user needs. And they have just now released 2 new models for us. The most affordable stylish smartphone Note 30 and a high performance mini smartphone Pocket 3. Let’s take a quick look at both of them.

The most affordable budget smartphone – Note 30

Note 30

For starters, Cubot Note 30 comes with a 6.517-inch HD+ display. It is equipped with 4GB DDR4 RAM, which transfers more data faster than ever before. And 64GB storage as well, which allows you to keep solid amount of photos, videos and Apps easily. We have it powered by an octa-core processor so it can run multiple apps simultaneously with better power-efficiency. Thanks to a  4000 mAh massive battery you can use the device as much as you want, without having to live with battery anxiety.  It also comes with the latest Android 12 system. And is available in black and green, which looks gorgeous and stylish.

The high performance mini smartphone – Pocket 3

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Apart from Note 30 we have Pocket 3 sporting a 4.5-inch display. It is powered by Helio G85 Octa-core processor and has a default storage configuration of 64GB paired with 4GB of RAM. Which ensures a more fluid and lag-free experience for avid mobile gamers. It comes 3000 mAh battery as well and is equipped with NFC functionalities to replace your wallet.  And comes with the latest Android 12 too.

Cubot Note 30 and Pocket 3 global launch will happen on October 24th. And Cubot will offer a limited big sale from November 1st via Aliexpress Official Store. Until then the company is running a giveaway campaign, where you have a chance to get a Cubot Note 30 for free. Full 10 lucky users gets a free trial. The interested users can head over to the official website to join the Note 30 Giveaway.

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