Today we are taking a first look at one of the smallest drug devices out there, so this one is called the cubot King Kong mini, and this is a phone that should fit in your palm, at least from what I've seen online. So you can find this phone for just under 90, and this is a phone that has a four inch screen so I'm, very, very curious to see this phone because I've seen the pictures online and it does does look super cool and with that being said, let's Get this box open and check it out alright, so the box looks very similar to be seen in the past from other cubot devices. However, it is extremely small. This must be the smallest um smartphone box that I've seen so on the front. We see the brand name and on the side here and on the back we can see some of the specifications, but these are the specifications that I've showed you a bit earlier so I'm going to go ahead and get this opened. I'Ll try at least alright. Oh, my god, look at this look at this. This is so cool. Okay, let's leave this down for a quick. Second let's see what else comes down in the box, so something like a user manual or something in here we have. This is the user manual in here that's. Just a thank you note. We get the power adapter, of course, a regular tour adapter we get a cable and let's see.
This is also a USBC cable. I wasn't expecting that and we also get a very small screwdriver. I'M, not sure what that some gon na be for, but we'll see in a bit so check this out. This looks so cool I've found that you can actually fit in your palm and just to give you an idea. This is the iPhone 11 and this is the cool bottom King Kong, meaning that small. They are very exciting to see this little phone, so the phone seems to be made out of a combination of metals, so we have metal on the side. Here we have metal on the other side and then we have a plastic pretty much everywhere else well, except for the screen. Of course, the screen is covered by glass at the bottom. Here we have the USB seam charging cable, because we've seen a USBC cable before and unfortunately, we don't have a 3.5 miniature. But look at this phone look how small this sum this phone is. We have a couple of cameras on the back there and I'm, not even sure, where to install the SIM card. Hmm, so I may have to remove one of these. Actually, the SIM card will actually go right here. On the back. I can see the cutout for that plastic plastic, but I'll shoot at them in a second. So what I'm gon na do? There is actually a screen protector that comes on the screen, so this should be a 4 inch screen.
I'M gon na turn this on I'm gon na set it up, and oh look at that that's so cute, so I'm gon na turn this one I'm gon na set it up I'm gon na take some pictures outside I'll, probably run the antutu benchmark on it and Stuff like that, and then I'll come back, so I can share all that with you, alright. So after about half an hour or so I am back actually took the phone outside and actually threw it in snow on just so, I can see if there is water going inside bottom, it's still um still seems to work first of all the screen. So this is a four inch screen. The resolution is pretty low, but for such a small screen I don't think that that matters too much and the screen gets fairly bright. However, if if it's gon na be sunny outside, I don't think you're gon na be able to see the screen um that well also typing on the screen. It is a bit challenging because obviously the keyboard is so much smaller with such a small screen. So it may be a bit challenging to type on it. I ran the antutu benchmark and let me open it here so the score that we get is about 70 mm. So this is definitely not gon na be the fastest phone out there, but for day to day usage. I think it's gon na be okay, so for facebook and something like that, it should be ok, but gaming may not not work that well on it not make sure that the screen is pretty small.
So gaming on this may not be ideal. I'Ve checked the band's as well, so if we go in here and maude and the first seem I have a SIM card inside, let me turn down the the brightness a bit and let me get this closer to the camera. I hope you can see it so based on the bands available this isn't gon na do that great in the u.s.. So if you're planning to buy this home for the US it's not gon na work that that great, but for Canada and everywhere else, it should do fine I've tried the GPS unit inside it. It takes about five seconds to find your location, one two three four about five seconds, so the GPS unit. Um. Should them do okay, so you should be okay, I'm using Google Maps as four sensors. Well, we kind of have all the sensors that I was expecting, including a gyroscope, something that we usually don't see with a lot of other chip devices and considering that this phone is about 90, I think that's, pretty good. The phone supports face, unlocking because obviously we don't have a fingerprint scanner, so it takes a second to unlock, but it does seem to work okay, but keep in mind that they are using the front facing camera for the face unlocking. So this is not the most secure thing out that you're, probably better off to use a pin um for better security.
I also want to show you how loud the speaker gets. So the speaker is sitting on the back right here and I'm gon na play a video on YouTube this one here, Music Music. So I think the speaker is decent enough forum for the size of the phone. The phone is running Android 9 and, as you can probably see, the the launcher here is very close to stock Android. We don't really get any any carbage apps that come pre installed uh. Even the navigation bar looks very similar to what you would get from the Google Play Store. Well, the Google Play Store the pixel phone. I mean, and this is the Settings app so very, very straightforward. So if we swipe left right left right, there is almost no lag I'm assuming that if you start them installing more apps and then you have a bunch of apps running in the background there now you may have a problem, but like this it does seem to Do okay and be lag free? Basically? What else did I try? Cuz? I tried something else. Oh yes, so I took some pictures. First of all, the camera app is very, very basic. We have a picture mode and a video more than nothing else in between. I took a few pictures outside the pictures. Look decent, but nothing spectacular and the maximum recording resolution for videos is 1080p, and this is a quick sample, video that I've done in front of the house.
Now, unfortunately, I threw the phone in is no before that and one of the lenses got a bit adopts. The video looks a bit up because the lens was fogged up I'm, not sure. If that was supposed to happen, but um yeah, it definitely happens. So you can see that mean that video recording, of course, like any other Android phone. You have access to the Google Play Store and you can basically install any games and apps from here. But, as I said before, the screen is kind of small, so playing games on it may be a beta challenging still. This is one of the cutest phones that I've seen in quite some time. I love the way it looks. I love the plastic. I love the way it feels it's, not um, not heavy, and it looks very unique and well. It can finally fit in your like that small pocket that you have on in your jeans, so very, very unique phone if you're looking for a very small raagh device. Alright guys, hopefully enjoyed this video.