iOcean MT6752 Rock Benchmarks


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We’ve seen how well the octacore, 64bit MT6752 performs in the JiaYu S3 with 2GB RAM, now it’s time to see how it does with an additional 1GB RAM with iOcean MT6752 benchmarks.

The iOcean MT6752 Rock is the first new release from iOcean for 2015 and their current flagship device, it is also one of the first 64bit MT6752 phones to come with 3GB RAM as standard. Specifications a similar to other MT6752 phones, and include a 5.5-inch 1920 x 1080 display, 13 mega-pixel rear camera and Android 4.4.4 Kitkat, with a Lollipop update promised for the near future.

With those specs in mind and the fact that this is the first MT6752 phone we have tested with 3GB RAM we were excited to see what benchmarks the iOcean MT6752 Rock was capable of. Take a look at the iOcean MT6752 benchmark results below.

iOcean MT6752 Benchmarks

  • Geekbench 3 Single-core Score: 806
  • Geekbench 3 Multi-core Score: 3943
  • GFXbench Manhattan: 379.8
  • GFXbench 1080p Manhattan offscreen: 357.0
  • GFXbench T-rex: 889.5
  • GFXbench 1080p T-Rex offscreen: 856.0
  • Antutu: 41634
  • Antutu X: 37898
  • Nenamark 2: 53.0fps
  • Vellamo Metal: 1226
  • Vellamo Multicore: 1774
  • Vellamo Browser: 2421
  • Quadrant: 19360
  • 3D Mark Ice Storm Extreme: 3076

iOcean MT6752 Benchmarks Screenshots

iOcean MT6752 Benchmarks Conclusion

The benchmark results from the iOcean MT6752 are in some cases better than those of the JiaYu S3 (2GB RAM) and in other cases quite a bit worse. As both the JiaYu S3 and the iOcean are running pratically the same hardware we can put the difference in benchmark performance down to ROM optimisation. The iOcean MT6752 Rock is fresh from the factory and will obviously need a few updates to get it running as smoothly as the MT6752 is possible this is most notable in the poor 3D Mark benchmark score which is almost half that of the JiaYu S3.

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After a day of using the phone I can say that for everyday use and regular social media apps, web browsing etc, the iOcean performs well, but gaming really isn’t as smooth as we would expect of the phone.

Hopefully iOcean will release updates soon and we will see some more impressive benchmarks and score from the latest iOcean.

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16 Comments

  1. Rob
    February 20, 2015

    Hi Andi, does this have a single or stereo speakers? Also whats the audio like compared to the Jiayu?

  2. Traace
    February 20, 2015

    Please run a test after aarch64 is out. Aka lollipop

  3. Simion Florin
    February 20, 2015

    This phone is useless with that 2300 mAh battery…

    • fedor
      February 21, 2015

      exactly, 5.5 inch screen with a 2300mah battery? it’s a huge joke

  4. MaxPower
    February 20, 2015

    Great potential but half disappointment due to that weak GPU. This GPU fits well on the MK6732 but for MK6752 would have been better a Mali-T628 MP4 (the same of the huawei kirin 925) or the T760 MP4 (the one used by Rockchip 3288) without a huge difference of cost but doubling the performance with a lower clock

    • February 21, 2015

      agreed, i might as well just use mt6592

    • Manos
      February 21, 2015

      They don’t care! next year they will make it better. plus they are target to have the phone one year and then buy an other with better spec. The 6752 has good performance for anyone this time. With T760 MP4 just they will kill the competition for good if they advertise it a bit.

      • MaxPower
        February 21, 2015

        I disagree.They were supposed to boost the 6752 with a better GPU for 2 reasons:

        1) 6732 performs as well as the 6752 so it doesn’t worth spending more money for the second option.

        2) they should have taken better advantage of the bad moment of Qualcomm. With a better GPU they would have stolen costumers for the premium tiers. Next year it will totally be another story.

        No more Krait for Qualcomm but the same A53,A57 ARM CPUs used by Mediatek. So the battle will only be on GPU and extra features (Quick charge, NFC…)

  5. Vie wer
    February 21, 2015

    The MT6752 Rock is apparently the same as all the other bad software iOcean Phones …
    Why not stock android?
    Absolutely incomprehensible.

    • balcobomber25
      February 22, 2015

      I don’t understand that with a lot of these companies. They have good hardware, good prices and attractive designs that is ruined by a horrible UI. Either use stock Android or license one of the big OS’s like MIUI, Flyme, Color OS etc.

      • February 26, 2015

        not MIUI lol…I had that in my Redmi 1S, less than 24h I bought it, installed CM11… MIUI is okay for the extra good looks and functionalities at higher end though…

        • balcobomber25
          February 26, 2015

          This is where we disagree I think CM11 is one of the worst UI’s available.

          • February 27, 2015

            what do you mean , CM11 is basically stock with added feature…

            • balcobomber25
              February 27, 2015

              Surprising as this may be to you not every prefer stock android….

              Getting passed that I tried out CM11 out of curiosity on my Nexus 7 and it was a buggy mess between random freezes, constant reboots and features not working all together. I prefer the beauty of MIUI any day.

            • March 2, 2015

              I misinterpret your earlier comment i thought you preferred stock.. CM11 works just fine on my Redmi 1S(I dont like the UI too , I like minimalist but it seems too technical, I do like Stock Lollipop UI though) ,MIUI is just mediocre in its performance on my Redmi 1S, for high end phone like Mi4 or Mi3 its okay. Just now I reflashed the latest Official MIUI but only v5. Hoping that if they provided Lollipop the performance would be better

  6. balcobomber25
    February 22, 2015

    Has anyone hear used an iOcean for an extensive amount of time? How is the build quality? Are they easy to root/good rom’s available? I am looking for a new work phone and really love the look of the x8.