Cubot Dinosaur; Cubot Note S is nothing. Find out why


Cubot Mobile was much publicised in Kenya by the global launch of the Cubot Note S that was seen as one of the best devices with ginormous battery specifications. Cubot Note S is nothing compared to this new Cubot Dinosaur Kid,  it might be younger than the Note S but it stands out in both power and performance. Cubot Dinosaur; Cubot Note S nothing it’s similar in display size but on overall Note S doesn’t pace up.

The Cubot Dinosaur; the Cubot Note S is complete nothing

Equipped with a DDR3L 3GB RAM makes it outstanding. The internal storage too not small. The graphics handler and the processor are better performers. Let’s find out how the Cubot Dinosaur beats the Cubot Note S.  Remember this is not a device comparison. It is more of an article churning out the specifications of the Cubot Dinosaur.

Quick Specifications of the Cubot Dinosaur;

  • Features a 5.5 inch display
  • 720*1280 pixels screen resolution with 2.5D touch screen
  • 267 ppi {pixels per inch(pixel density)}
  • IPS GFF multi point touchscreen
  • Equipped with 3GB RAM
  • Internal Storage of 16GB
  • Running on Android 6.0 Marshmallow
  • MediaTek MT6735A chipset
  • Processing done by a 64-bit quad core
  • Sources power from a lithium ion polymer battery of capacity of 4150mAh
  • 13 MP primary camera ? (back/rear camera)
  • 5.0 MP front camera
  • It is 4G or LTE enabled that enhances overall net speed

One sure thing is that Cubot Dinosaur is not just an awesome device. It’s impressive and this is thanks to the Android 6.0 Marshmallow it runs on.  Plus Cubot phones are known for large batteries. And the dinosaur doesn’t disappoint in this a 4150mAh battery that can last absolutely long very long indeed.

The Cubot Dinosaur features a 5.5 inch display screen. This is the display size on many devices that I have seen out there that are surely outstanding.
It is a multi point touch screen that incorporates IPS technology and OGS making the display really a super thing. Plus the display is a 2.5D screen meaning it has a small curvature making it curved at an angle. You can’t feel that yet but it is so.

Marshmallow uptake though small it is coming up day in day out. The Marshmallow distribution is low since Lollipop was just released last year and now we already have Marshmallow. Probably Google™ should slow down its upgrade rate.

Well the Cubot Dinosaur features a Quad core processor built with a MediaTek chipset  MT6735A. The processor clocks at a frequency of 1.3GHz. This makes the performance completely outstanding.

The device graphics are handled by an able Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) , a Mali-T720 GPU that is responsible for all graphics in gaming and display. The 3GB RAM does make sure performance is never hindered by running out space. Thanks Cubot.

Yes another significant part that makes the Cubot Dinosaur a real deal.  A record breaking 3GB DDR3 RAM improves efficiency and effectiveness. Apart from that general device speed is enhanced.

On the other hand the device still features a 16GB ROM (the inbuilt or internal storage). This can further be expanded by a MicroSD card.

Well,  Well Well!!!! It is a good and quite an impressive battery. With a capacity of 4150mAh you can enjoy all the juice for a longer time. You don’t have to worry of anything happening in between.
The battery is a lithium ion polymer battery that stores the power for the Cubot Dinosaur.

One thing is devices this big will always have dual cameras. The specifics may vary but still they’re dual in the making.  Cubot Dinosaur features DUAL cameras (a front camera and a back camera).

The primary camera of the Cubot Dinosaur is a 13 megapixels camera with autofocus and LED flashlight for great photography even in the dark. It sports 4P lens with an f/2.0 aperture to allow for enough light entering the camera.

The secondary camera is a 5.0 megapixel camera with intelligent beauty feature. The front camera is fit for both front selfie shooting and also video calling.

One good thing that has also been on Tecno Boom J8 as pulsating light, the Cubot Dinosaur too has a tricolored notification light that can be green,  red or yellow.

What are your thoughts ?. Does Cubot Note S stand the Cubot Dinosaur? Your feedback please

  • Pancakes

    Is there really a difference in camera resolution? Interpolation only tries to add up the pixel count in guessing what a 13MP camera would have captured