The Gionee A1 is a sleek flagship that ticks all the right boxes on the specifications sheet. What we have here is a beautiful 5.5-inch display, Android 7 Nougat, an octa-core Helio P10 processor clocked at 2.0 GHz, Mali-T860 graphics processor, and 4 GB of RAM. In terms of raw power, that is a solid package. Our first port of call is performance and so we bring you scores from our Gionee A1 benchmark tests.
Gionee A1 Benchmark Tests
We know you are itching to find out how well it performs in real life. Unfortunately, you have to wait for our full review to find out. In the meantime, we did the next best thing: we took the A1 through our battery of benchmark tests. Here are the results:
- Geekbench 4: 741 Single-Core; 3017 Multi-Core
- AnTuTu 6: 49,369
The Helio P10 processor is not cutting edge anymore in 2017 (it is over a year old now) and was designed to make the best of battery life, so is not exactly a power horse. The above benchmark results are good, though we wouldn’t mind a little more Ooomph in the A1.
When we are done throwing everything at the Gionee A1 in the next few days, we will give our verdict on how well it performs in real use. Stick around for all our feature articles and finally a review of the Gionee A1. Tell your friends and network.
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