Cube Rubik’s Cube introduces new UI design for tablets

Cube Rubik’s Cube, the popular electronic device manufacturer, has announced that its Cube Rubik’s Tablet will be equipped with a new user interface (UI). This new design will provide a lighter and more transparent look with a glass texture. The new UI will have a micro-simulation design that will create a highly recognizable icon with a light outline, making it easy to identify. The new UI design will cover over 1,300 commonly used app icons, meeting daily needs.

The new UI’s design

The Cube Rubik’s new UI design will be equipped with glass texture micro-skeleton design, eliminating the heaviness associated with conventional skeuomorphic design. Through simple physical outline drawing and layered stacking texture, a highly recognizable icon will be created. The new design will have a light and transparent outline, bringing the icon back to its original appearance.

Compatibility with iPlay 50/50 Pro

The first compatible models will be the iPlay 50/50 Pro. IT Home has reported that the Cube iPlay 50 Pro tablet will be equipped with a MediaTek Helio G99 processor and will support dual 4G full Netcom and dual subsystems. The tablet will have a straight frame and four-sided widescreen design, with a thickness of 8.44mm and a weight of 466g, with a segmented metal body design. Cube iPlay 50 Pro will use a 10.4-inch 2000×1200 resolution screen, equipped with 8GB memory + 128GB storage, built-in 6000mAh battery, and will support 18W MTK PE2.0 charging. The tablet will have a front-facing 5-megapixel camera and a rear-mounted 8-megapixel camera. It will be equipped with an Android 12 operating system and will target students, the elderly, and other groups.

Three versions to choose from

The Cube iPlay 50 Pro tablet will have three versions to choose from: the standard version, the education version, and the care version for the elderly. The education version will target students and will come with pre-installed apps for educational purposes. The care version will have apps for health and wellness, designed to help the elderly manage their health better.

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