Alldocube iNote presented with MediaTek Helio P90 chipset in a 10.5-inch tablet chassis
Alldocube has announced the iNote, a new tablet powered by Android. Specifically, Alldocube has pre-installed Cube OS based on Android 11. While Android 13 is around the corner, there are no guarantees that Alldocube will even update the iNote to Android 12, let alone subsequent versions. Still, the iNote is a budget tablet; OEMs tend to ignore their cheaper devices once released.
According to the manufacturer, it has equipped the iNote with the MediaTek Helio P90, an SoC with two ARM-Cortex A75 CPU cores, another six Cortex-A55 cores and a PowerVR GM9446 GPU. Additionally, Alldocube offers the tablet with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of expandable storage. Allegedly, the iNote supports up to 2 TB microSD cards, for reference.
Moreover, Alldocube includes a 10.5-inch IPS display with a 1,920 x 1,080-pixel resolution that also supports pen input. Supposedly, the display is capable of recognising up to 4,096 pressure levels too. Incidentally, Alldocube sells an optional keyboard cover that connects via pogo pins. Presumably, the tablet powers the keyboard cover from its 7,500 mAh battery. Currently, the Alldocube iNote retails for CNY 1,099 (~US$164) in China. As it stands, it remains to be seen whether Alldocube will release the iNote outside its home market.