Which Cubot would you choose between Magic, X18, and Note Plus?

by Dimitris Economou 0

Recently, Cubot held a promotion event for Cubot Magic and Cubot X18 which both went out of stock as demand was very high. In addition, the company announced that the long-awaited camera phone Cubot Note Plus with 16MP camera both front and back will soon hit the market. But what’s the differences between these three phones? Below, you can see a comparison chart between the three devices so that you can easily compare them according to what you seek from a device and make the best choice.

Cubot Magic Cubot X18 Cubot Note Plus
3G/4G 4G 4G 4G
SYSTEM Android 7.0 Android 7.0 Android 7.0
CPU MT6737 MT6737T MT6737T
SIZE 5.0″HD 5.7″HD(18:9) 5.2″FHD
MEMORY 3+16GB 3+32GB 3+32GB
BATTERY 2600 mAh 3200 mAh 2800mAh
CAMERA front 5.0MP+rear dual 13+2MP front 13MP+rear 16MP front 16MP+rear 16MP
Dimensions 145*71*9.3mm 159.6*74*8.5mm 148*72.8*8.5mm
Fingerprint No Yes Yes
Color Gold black/Gray black Dark blue/Gold Gold/Black/Starry blue
Reference price 105.99$ 139.99$ 119.99$
Other highlights Eight side curved display,rear dual camera Sreen ratio around 83%,Split screen mode Both 16MP,F2.2 Aperture


As you can see, the core of all three is the same, consisting of an MT6737 Quad-core processor and Android 7.0 original system.

The biggest selling point of Cubot Magic is the design as it features an eight sides curved 3D display, streamlined and ergonomic shape, and is suitable for use with one hand. The Cubot X18, on the other hand, is the first device from Cubot with an 18:9 display and this unique design ensures large screen and an ultra-thin body. The screen-to-body ratio reaches 83% and is a big advantage when watching videos and playing games. The built-in virtual buttons save space, resulting in thinner bezels.


Lastly, Cubot Note Plus is a camera phone. Both the front and rear camera sport a 16MP sensor and the front shooter has face recognition function and quick focus of the subject. The photos come out good even in low-light conditions. The rear 16MP Sony Exmor RS CMOS camera with the f/2. 2 large aperture allows for Bokeh Effect, despite the fact that it isn’t a dual camera setup.

Which one would you pick? According to our info, Cubot Note Plus could cost around $100 during presales. Find more details here.