Alldocube M5 Unboxing & Review – Helio X20 LTE Ten Core Tablet

AllDoCube M5 unboxing and full review. Another Helio X20 4G dual SIM Android 8.0 tablet. $178 here

Timecodes:

01:44 – Unboxing
02:16 – Thickness & Weight
02:27 – Screen
03:29 – Free Storage & ROM
04:33 – DRM info, Treble
04:57 – Wifi, LTE, Storage, GPS
06:23 – Antutu score
06:53 – Battery & charge times
07:45 – eBooks & PDFs
08:14 – Audio
08:49 – Gaming PUBG & Lineage 2
09:56 – Webcam sample
10:29 – Final words
11:56 – Pros & Cons

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Comment (53)

  1. The table craze is dead and gone in 2018. Not even Apple can continue to wow consumers with tablets any longer. Tablets are only for kids so they can play Fortnite and watch Netflix, not for us hard core users.

    1. Especially huge tablets are totally useless, but small and thin ones are awesome if you need to read a lot

    2. ValkyrUser PC’s have made a comeback, I sold my iPad Pro for a Windows PC because I could do more besides run a few apps and stream Netflix. I didn’t want to keep spending more only to get a watered down version of popular apps like photoshop and others. Tablets are okay but from what I see the target market is for kids so they can not annoy their parents on long road trips ?

  2. 01:44 – Unboxing
    02:16 – Thickness & Weight
    02:27 – Screen
    03:29 – Free Storage & ROM
    04:33 – DRM info, Treble
    04:57 – Wifi, LTE, Storage, GPS
    06:23 – Antutu score
    06:53 – Battery & charge times
    07:45 – eBooks & PDFs
    08:14 – Audio
    08:49 – Gaming PUBG & Lineage 2
    09:56 – Webcam sample
    10:29 – Final words
    11:56 – Pros & Cons

  3. Another great review, thank you. Banggood list LTE:B1/2/3/5/7/8/20 so no chinese bands and most western bands. Is it google certified in the play store? So it’s a phablet.

  4. I believe a new xiaomi tablet 4 just came out. Are you going to do a review on it? To be honest it doesn’t look amazing. Only comes with a snapdragon 660.

  5. What would you consider best Tablet in amazon around 100$
    Preferably under 100$ mark.
    Suggestions are really helpful

  6. Nice video, C, as usual, but Trump wants to build his next hotel on those bezels. The Binai GMax10 isn’t perfect but is a better spec than this, including a brilliant screen and good cameras for the same price. It’s also a phablet.

    1. The typical big Mix Plus like bezels and those normal things like the speakers and missing LTE bands.

    2. I think big bezels is fine, even good, as it give you something to hold onto without unwanted touch events. The worst part I think is the low brightness.

    3. Ho hum. I think the current leading budget tablet is the Teclast T10 Master, followed perhaps, by the Binai G10Max.

    1. I would get the T10 due to the fully laminated screen. The software is also stock. The cpu (mediatek 8176) is only a little slower then the x20 in this one. I have the Teclast T8 with the same specs as the T10, and i have this Alldocube M5 for a week now. The M5 screen has much more reflections than the T8. The T10 has also i bigger battery, 8000 vs 6600 in the M5, and comes with a Quickcharger.

    2. X Fade one more thing the teclast t10 is faster in terms of user experience as far as I have seen I think I’ll order the techlast T10 it’s now 196$ 😀

    1. Chris was still recommending the T10 over the Chuwi Hi9 Air for example, wich is the same tablet as this one, but with a better screen. The mediatek 8176 in the T10 is only a little slower than the X20 in this one.

    2. I have another MTK8176 tablet (Tecalst M89) and yet again the hex-core is better. Don’t be fooled by the Antutu benchmarks I’ll point it out in the next video. The 8176 just handles everything a little better than the X20 despite the benchmark scores in real-world use you can see it.

  7. Please make a review on the new Xiaomi Redmi 6 Pro 32G variant, also please make comparison on this redmi 6 pro over redmi s2 and redmi note 5 pro…looking forward to that chris, thanks 🙂

  8. Chris, great review.
    I have a small idea: could you create a video showing the top 3-5 tablets as of June 2018? I think lots of people would love such a video and it could be a great video to help decide what tablet to buy.

    1. if I can find time yes. But the rating are on the site. And so far the Teclast master T10 and the Lenovo’s i’ve reviewed are still the best.

  9. Hey Chris! great video as usual, really looking forward to your videos on the mi max 3. Hope you’re getting it as soon as it drops 😀

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