It looks Cube plans to skip pure 4G products and go straight to the 64-bit 4G Age. Cube recently introduced a new phone called the Cube T7. This product, which uses the MT8752 octa-core chipset, is not part of the Talk series but is still considered a cellphone tablet due to its large screen and cellphone functions.
Sources recently released many renderings of the T7 that showcase the phone’s design which looks similar to a regular cellphone’s.
The T7 sports a 7-inch JDI display screen with a 1920 x 1200 resolution making it possibly Cube’s most powerful screen yet. But that’s not the T7’s selling point. It may possibly use a 64-bit octa-core LTE tablet solution from MTK by becoming the first device to use the MT8752 which can allow the T7 to access dual-4G networks and is compatible with WCDMA/TD-SCDMA/GSM. It also supports five modes and 15 channels.