Cubot X50 with flagship 64MP quad cameras officially released

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The Cubot brand is well known for their affordable solid phone models, offering almost always a very good price / performance ratio. And the new Cubot X50 will solidify that even more, because it’s flaunting a very promising 64MP quad-camera setup. It got officially released today, so it’s certainly a good idea to look at its specs in greater detail.


Let’s take a look at its design first. Cubot X50 sports a 6.67-inch FHD+ (1080×2400 pixel resolution) display with a 20:9 aspect ratio. And the back cover uses the AG frosted glass material with special texture to increases the friction and anti-fingerprint qualities. Elegant black color also gives it a luxurious feel. The smartphone is powered by the MediaTek Helio P60 chipset, paired with up to 8GB RAM and 128GB of internal storage. And we are also getting a 4500mAh massive battery, side-mounted fingerprint sensor, NFC chip or 11. 

But the highlight of Cubot X50 is the 64MP flagship quad camera setup. It comprises of 64MP main camera, 16MP wide-angle lens with 124.8° angle of view, 5MP macro with 2.5cm close focusing distance and 0.3MP photosensitive camera with 1A flashlight. At the front you can find a 32MP camera in the punch-hole for selfies, video calling and face unlocking. Such photo equipment should make it desirable even for a demanding users in the camera category.

That 64MP main camera features some AI advanced software functions too. Like the night mode, which enables users to capture phots even in challenging light conditions. Or othe face beauty mode enabling users to capture the most beautiful side of you face. 

You may also now have a chance to get a Cubot X50 through a huge giveaway for free. Cubot is offering the X50 to 10 lucky users with a  free trial offer . The interested users can head over to the official website to join the Cubot X50 giveaway.

Via: gizchina.com

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