Alldocube Freer X9 Review – 2.5K Screen on a Budget Tablet

Here is finally my full review of the Alldocube Freer X9, I was so hyped with this tablet, but it does have some faults. The Tablet offers one of the best screens on a budget Tablet and probably that is its best selling feature.

2.5K Screen on a Budget Tablet


  • Good overall build quality, all aluminum
  • Amazing screen, image quality and contrast levels is spot on (2560 x 1600 pixels Fully Laminated OGS Screen)
  • 4 GB RAM and 64 GB Storage out of the box
  • tested successfully with a 64 GB MicroSD Kingston Class 10 (Expansion support)
  • Great on Web browsing
  • Decent Audio Quality
  • 3.5mm Audio is good too with no static or interference
  • Dual Band WiFi Support
  • Fast Charging Support
  • Battery life is rated at 4.5 hours (more or less)


  • Sluggish Performance, slowdowns are quite common and performance instabilities
  • Sometimes it shuts down without any issue (occurs randomly)
  • Gaming performance is quite different
  • Could not get PCMark 2.0 Battery Life Test, it depletes the battery entirely
  • Camera Performance is average
  • GPS is shoddy, cannot get a fix with GPS test app
  • Can get hot quickly, maximum temps reached is 85°C
  • After a couple of minutes of standby, the WiFi will sleep, so connectivity is cut off entirely
  • Outdated System, Android 6.0 Marshmallow with no current updates

Full Gaming Performance here:

How does it game? Well, basically performance is good but not really similar to its rival, the Teclast T10

Decent Tablet, but I expected more

I expected the Alldocube Freer X9 to beat the more expensive Teclast T10. But sadly, that is not the case. On paper, it is pretty much the Teclast T10 but on a smaller package, but lingering issues and performance inconsistencies heavily affected my impression. I admit, on my unboxing video, I was so excited and impressed with it. But after using it for quite some time, it needs improvement fast. The problem i think is not with the hardware, but I think on the OS or Software side. Performance is sluggish, inconsistent and some issues like the Wifi turning off after a couple of minutes, the tablet shutting down unexpectedly and shoddy GPS performance is very annoying. Gaming is also not that impressive and temps going up at 80°C plus doesn’t sound good either. On the plus side, the screen is amazing, the image quality and contrast levels are spot on, and it comes with USB Type C support with Quick Charging.

Is it a good buy? Well, the hardware is fine, but the OS needs some serious work. And if that is fixed, then you should consider this Tablet..

What is still a better option? Get the Teclast T10

ChipsetMediatek MT8173 2.0GHz Quad Core
GPU: PowerVR Rogue GX6250 @ 700MHz
MemoryRAM: 4 GB
Expansion: Support up to 64 GB eMMC
Display8.9 inch IPS JDI OGS
2560 x 1600 pixels, 10 multitouch
OSAndroid 6.0 Marshmallow
CamerasRear: 13 mp with AF, 1080p video
Front: 5.0 mp, 480p video
Special Features4K Video Playback support
ConnectivityBluetooth 4.0
Dual Band WiFi 802.11 ac/a/b/g/n 2.4/5GHz
SensorsAccelerometer, Proximity, Light
IO1x TF Card Slot
1x USB Type C
1x 3.5 mm Audio Port
Dimensions227 x 144 x 6.0 mm
Weight: 366g
5V 2A Charger (Fast Charger)
Usage time: 4-5hours
Alldocube Freer X9$196

Alldocube Freer X9

MT8173, 2560 x 1600 pixels, 4 GB RAM and 64 GB eMMC
Valid until May 6, 2018
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