We went finding out how the octa-core processor of the Innjoo one would perform. We ran our usual Quadrant and AnTuTu tests and pitted it against its octa-core competitors, TECNO Phantom Z Mini and Infinix X506 Zero. Interesting that all three in this face-off are 5-inch display phones and have similar battery capacities, with the exception of the Infinix Zero which has a much smaller battery capacity.
Anyway, here is how they roll:
|Innjoo One 3G HD||TECNO Phantom Z Mini||Infinix X506 Zero|
|Display: 5.0-inch, 720 × 1280 pixels, IPS (294 PPI)||Display: 5.0-inch, 720 × 1280 pixels, AMOLED IPS (294 PPI).||Display: 5.0-inch, 720 x 1280 pixels (294 PPI)|
|1.4 GHz octa-core Cortex-A7||1.4 GHz octa-core Mediatek||1.4 GHz octa-core Cortex-A7|
|2 GB RAM||2 GB RAM||1 GB RAM|
|2,600 mAh battery||2,420 mAh battery||1,920 mAh battery|
|AnTuTu Benchmark: 32,226||AnTuTu Benchmark: 27,628||AnTuTu Benchmark: 26,534|
|Quadrant Benchmark: 13,666||Quadrant Benchmark: 6,527||Quadrant Benchmark: 8,275|
For both Quadrant and AnTuTu tests, the higher the scores, the better the performance.
The Innjoo One 3G HD performs admirably well, significantly besting its competitors. Not that the Phantom Z Mini and Zero are bad. They are great devices too. The Innjoo 3G HD just does better.
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