How has the iTel A32F performed in everyday use so far considering what it has under the hood? We are talking about a 1.3 GHz quad-core processor and 1 GB of RAM. With those figures, we know the iTel A32F is no power horse, but we are curious all the same to see how Android 8.1 (Go Edition) performs. Come along and find out in this feature on iTel A32F benchmark scores and performance.
iTel A32F is a ground breaking smartphone because it brings the fingerprint scanner to a new low price point – N21,000. If you look far and near, you are not likely to find a smartphone with a fingerprint scanner at that price. iTel Mobile tags the phone “fingerprint for everyone”.
iTel A32F Performance In Use
What about the fingerprint scanner? People have asked me, Is it any good? Yes; it is. Setting it up to recognise by fingerprint was smooth and easy – no different from how it works on regular Android smartphones. And it works well. It isn’t the fastest around. No chance of that, seeing that this is an entry-level smartphone. But it works.
In use, the A32F is a reliable performer. Android Go Edition helps things run smoother, but it isn’t a huge difference. But is the difference significant enough in everyday usage. My opinion is that it is. Of course, I will have more details on this in the full itel A32F review, which will be up soon.
If you love synthetic benchmark testing, we ran a few and have the score for you below.
iTel A32F Benchmark Scores
- AnTuTu: 20,539
- Geekbench: 428 single-core / 1101 Multi-core
- 3Dmark: 1971 Ice Storm Extreme
The A32F scores are higher than those of the Freetel ICE 2, which has a smaller display. Against the Nokia 2, it holds its ground and posts similar scores for Geekbench, but a slightly lower AnTuTu score.
Not bad at all. It seems a fair showing.
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