WTF! Hyundai X7 MTK phone scores over 14,000 on Antutu with just 512mb RAM!

While we have been patiently waiting for UMi, JiaYu, Neo and others to optimise phones with quad-core MTK chips and 2GB RAM, Hyundai have been working on building a very affordable, but cost-effective quad-core phone and the results are impressive!

Just a quick glance over the hardware of the Hyundai X7 would have most Android phone fans turn the other cheek (unless a very cheap phone is what you happen to be in the market for) the 4.5-inch display has a resolution of just 854 x 480, there is only 1GB of built-in memory, the battery is small at 1800mAh, but worse of all is comes with just 512mb RAM!

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But the lack of RAM doesn’t appear to have hampered performance as the X7 manages to score a whopping 14,034 on Antutu Benchmarks! That’s more than all the current flagship quad-core MTK phone running either 1GB or 2GB!

With that kind of performance we imagine you might want to take a closer look at the Hyundai X7, so it’s just as well the rear camera is an 8 mega-pixel shooter, there is dual-sim support and Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean comes as standard!

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  1. Kaskuser
    April 23, 2013

    Thats because use lower resolution.
    My star b943 score is about 14k too.
    Star resolution is qhd

  2. XrainX
    April 23, 2013

    Anybody can make anything, even a gramophone and put the Hyundai name of it.
    Hyundai is making only cars. They just let other people to put the Hyundai name on their products.
    So this is an ordinary cheap chinese smartphone with the Hyundai name with it used to sell it for more money.

  3. April 24, 2013

    Price $_$ ?

  4. AddiB
    April 24, 2013

    This isn’t meant to say that the results are fake but only for your information!

  5. nidget
    April 24, 2013

    Lower resolution and less ram means better performances from the CPU. That’s quite normal.