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Cubot X30 (Android 10, 6.4", NFC, B28) 6GB/128GB US$163.89 (~A$231.97), 8GB/256GB US$196.89 (~A$278.68) @ Cubot via AliExpress


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Good price for a budget Android phone packing all the features you would expect. 6GB or 8GB RAM, 128GB or 256GB storage that's expandable, 4200mAh battery, NFC, five rear cameras with a main 48MP camera, 32MP front camera and full 4G coverage including B28. Available in Black, Gradient Green and Blue.

AU$ based on current Mastercard price and GST included. Don't forget to stack with cashback.


  • Stock Android 10
  • 6.4" 1080 x 2310 Display
  • MediaTek MT6771 Helio P60 Octa-Core CPU
  • ARM Mali-G72 MP3 GPU
  • 6GB / 8GB RAM
  • 128GB / 256GB Storage (Supports MicroSD card)
  • 4200mAh Battery / USB Type-C
  • Samsung S5KGM1 48MP + 16MP + 5MP + 2MP + 0.3MP Rear Camera
  • 32MP Front Camera
  • Fingerprint Sensor / Face Unlock / NFC
  • WiFi 2.4GHz/5GHz ac / Bluetooth 4.2 / GPS
  • Dual Nano SIM / Dual 4G
  • 3G WCDMA: B1/2/4/5/8
  • 4G LTE-FDD: B1/2/3/4/5/7/8/12/13/17/18/19/20/25/26/28A+B/66
  • 4G LTE-TDD: B38/40/41
  • 157.05mm (H) x 76.44mm (W) x 8.5mm (T)
  • 193g

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closed Comments

  • why does the cameras on smart phones nowadays look like a battlemech loadout?

    • Multiple cameras to spy on your world and send info back to the motherland. Puts on flame retardant shirt

      • Every phone does this. Even ones not from "the motherland".

        • I only trust good, wholesome American companies that never use data for evil. Like Facebook and Amazon and Google.

          I've long realised that if China really wanted my data, it'd be easier just to buy it off someone rather than hope I buy a phone with a backdoor in it. So I might as well save me and them some money.

    • Cubot Autobot

  • The specs on these phones are amazing! Great price for a budget phone

  • This chip is slower than SD660 which was on my OPPO R11 that released 3 years ago, and I find my OPPO R11 un-useable FYI

  • Probably better off getting Oppo A52. RRP: $299 Aussie stock available from all the major retailers. Deals pop up all the time where you can get it for around $250. Oz warranty and you can get it immediately. I bought a umidigi (comparable brand to Cubot) once from Aliexpress for around $150. The specs looked great for the price, but when I played around with it, I found the UI to be a little rough on the edges. Just not as refined as the mainstream brands.

    • +1 vote

      i had 3 umidigi's, top of the range or close to it models. Specs are great for the price. All 3 were dead within warranty perioud (one is probably my fault) and support is as close to non-existent as it possibly can be.

      Going to use my credit card insurance to recoup some of my losses.

      • I've only ever bought the Umidigi F1 Play and had no issues with it whatsoever until I cracked the screen.

        • Same - had a few Chinese phones and this one is by far the best bang for buck … and I too haven't had any issues, until I broke my screen as well. Replacement was a bit more than I was hoping, but was a piece of cake to install given it came with the aluminium chassis attached (just had to unscrew & transfer the boards across).

      • I've had the umidigi F1 for around a year and half. Still works but the screen is (profanity) from dropping too many times. Personally I think that phone is pretty beast, hands down the cheapest NFC phone available at that time.

        I've already replaced it but this is in line with all other brands I've tried: htc, sony, lg and xiaomi.
        Phone usually don't make it to 2 years in my hands lol

      • My umidigi F1 was the best value phone I ever had, and it ran stock Android so well. Only sold it when Android 10 came out (these phones don't get timely updates, if any)