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OwnerShenzhen Huafurui technology Co.
TaglineSimple & Trust

Cubot is a brand of Android smartphones manufactured in China.[1] The company is based in Shenzhen.[2]It was being founded way back in 2012.


Cubot phones use the MediaTek system on a chip and the ARM architecture.


Previous and current models include:

  • GT72, GT88, GT95, GT99
  • One
  • P7, P9, P10 [3]
  • S108, S168, S208, S222, S308[4]
  • X6
  • X9
  • X10
  • X11
  • X12
  • X15
  • X16
  • X16S
  • X17
  • R8 Smartwatch
  • L9 Smartwatch
  • P11
  • Z100
  • Z100 Pro[5]
  • S9[6]
  • Cheetah
  • Cheetah 2
  • Max
  • Echo
  • Rainbow
  • Rainbow 2
  • Note S
  • Dinosaur
  • Manito
  • X18
  • X18 PLUS
  • H3
  • R9
  • J3

Cubot H1[edit]

The upcoming Cubot H1 has an especially large battery capacity of 5200 mAh. This mid-range device has 2 GB RAM, 16 GB internal storage, 13 MP back & 8 MP front cameras, and Android 5.1.

Cheetah Phone[edit]

In February 2016, Cubot and Cheetah Mobile launched the CheetahPhone,[7] an Android 6.0 Marshmallow based smartphone, at MWC in Barcelona, Spain.[8]

In 2016, Cubot and Kilimall launched the Cubot Note S [9] [10] ,[11] Cubot Note S include an eight megapixel primary camera to cater to the user's most basic pictures and videos needs. On account of the pricing, users get what they pay for with the camera, so best to keep expectations manageable. The secondary camera is five megapixels so again users will not get the sharpest of selfies or the most fluid snapchats. The 5.5" scratch resistant screen comes with an extra layer of security in the form of a protector. It has a high definition resolution of 720p which is alright for most media playback situations. The device has a mono speaker at the bottom left side at the back which delivers good enough sound, and for more intimate listening it has a 3.5mm jack that should allow any set of headphones to be used with. The device’s 16 gigabytes internal storage (expandable to 64 gigabytes) allows for storage of all of a user’s favourite applications and content, but will cause noticeable lag if too much is kept in the phone.


  1. ^ Android Authority,
  2. ^ Company Profile, retrieved 2017-11-17
  3. ^ Flickr,
  4. ^ Flickr,
  5. ^ More Details about Cubots Z100 Pro on
  6. ^ More Details about Cubots 2016 Flagship, the Cubot S9 on
  7. ^ "Phone - Hands On" (Video). 2016-03-01. Retrieved 2016-03-18.
  8. ^ "Cubot and Cheetah Mobile unveil the CheetahPhone, headed to Europe for €199". GSM Arena. 23 February 2016. Retrieved 18 March 2016.
  9. ^ "Cubot Note S Launching in Churchill show" (Video). 2016-02-25. Retrieved 2016-03-18.
  10. ^ "Cubot Note S, the most affordable smartphone, available on" (News). 2016-03-23. Retrieved 2016-03-23.
  11. ^ "Cubot Note S, the most affordable smartphone, available on" (News). 2016-03-29. Retrieved 2016-03-29.

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