It’s that time again, where Stuff gives away something for the splendid price of absolutely nothing. This time we’re looking at a duo, only you’re not going to be winning both. Two different phones, two different winners — that’s the deal with the Cubot pair we’ve got up for grabs this month.
And the pair couldn’t be more different — the Cubot P30 is the smarter looking of the two, while the Cubot King Kong Mini is tough, but small. It’s a little like Joe Pesci that way. But both are in the budget bracket, somehow — the Cubot P30 is valued at R3,300 while the King Kong Mini tips the scales at R3,000.
Want one? You know what to do. And if it’s your first time, all you need to do is keep reading.
We know what you’re thinking – how can a smartphone at THAT price be reliable? Cubot produces smartphones with great features, beautiful designs and, best of all, wallet-friendly price-tags.
Meet the Cubot P30:
Cubot’s somehow-budget 6.4in smartphone manages to cram in several features not usually seen at this price point. 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage are just the start, there is also a Sony-headlined triple camera arrangement on the rear of the phone, incorporating a 125° ultra-wide and depth sensor. Cubot includes AI Scene Optimisation to better pictures without any additional skills and there’s a powerful (but power-efficient) Helio P23 processor at its heart to help keep you going all day.
And then there’s the rugged Cubot King Kong Mini:
Rugged phones don’t have to be a literal brick in your pocket, as the 4in QHD+ Cubot King Kong Mini shows. While diminutive in stature, the handset is rated IP65 — making it completely dustproof, while it’ll shrug off most soakings. The MediaTek MT6761 handles processor duty, with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage along for the ride. Around back there’s a 13MP camera and an 8MP sensor up front.
Done your homework? Then you need to head on through to the Terms and Conditions for the bits where we lay out all our strange requirements (we will accept human kidneys in lieu of correct answers) and then you’re set to pop on down to the entry form and get your entry in. Or, you know, don’t, but entering means that you agree to be bound by the Ts&Cs, unless you work for Stuff Magazine. If you work for Stuff, you probably have enough phones as it it.
That’s it. The winners will be announced on 3 July 2020. Good luck.