The Elephone P7000 scores 41,000 AnTuTu points


Most MT6752 breach the 40,000 AnTuTu mark with no problems whatsoever, and some go a little beyond.

It looks like the Elephone P7000 (which is one of the hottest MT6752 phones around) doesn’t do a lot more than just getting to the mark. The phone scores a little over 41k AnTuTu points — 41,384 to be precise — which fall short by a little distance of the best.

Some phones powered by the same processor do up to 44,000 points. Not that AnTuTu scores describe the whole picture; it’s just that the benchmarking app happens to be one of the most popular (if not the most popular) and a lot of makers actually use the scores that their devices reach as selling points.

The Elephone P7000 has just entered the market (yet to start shipping in most cases), and it seems like it is going to be a phone that’ll be remembered for a longer duration than the everyday Chinese phone.

Its specifications include, apart from the octa-core MT6752 processor, 3GB of RAM, 16GB of ROM, 5.5-inch 1920 x 1080p display, 13 mega-pixel rear camera, 5 mega-pixel front camera and a 3450mAh battery. Apart from that, a fingerprint sensor of the ‘touch’ type (as opposed to swipe) happens to be a talking point.

ALSO SEE: Elephone P7000 v/s Ulefone Be Touch v/s Mlais M7

The P7000 can be bought from GearBest for $209 after using coupon code ‘EP7000’.

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62 Comments

  1. Aa
    May 16, 2015

    Oh, I thought this day would be day without Elephone news, but no, it is impossible.

    • May 16, 2015

      Ah, spoiler: there’s more coming.

      • Aa
        May 16, 2015

        LoL, I saw. 😀 And every day few Elephant news, but it is okay. 🙂

        • balcobomber25
          May 17, 2015

          If you want Elephant news I had a pack of them interrupt a golf game in Thailand the other day. Was getting ready to tee off on the 15th when three of them wandered onto the course and wouldn’t move for a good 20 minutes.

          • iKosh
            May 17, 2015

            This is more interesting than elephone news.

      • Muhammad Yasir
        May 17, 2015

        oh you :p !

    • Dean Evan
      May 17, 2015

      I don’t believe this score since I found Elephone P7000 antutu score on their Official account: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DjGVeHYm_kA

  2. Marco Lancaster
    May 16, 2015

    Just ordered the Jiayu S3 Advanced, and I have no regrets for it. Elephone took so much time for this one, also I didn’t see if this phone will support NFC or Hotknot until now. Also the main factor who made me choose Jiayu is the development being made, there already two custom Kernels for the device, and for the Stock Jiayu already have launched about 4 updates for the system, While Elephone is a completely mess. Fine, I actually appreciate some of their devices, but they need to start to focus on them, before launching weekly random unfinished Roms, and devices.

    • balcobomber25
      May 16, 2015

      You won’t regret it! I can’t recommend the S3 enough it is one of the best new phones available especially for the price. I have recommended it to dozens of people and all of them have come back and couldn’t thank me enough. I am seriously considering it as my next phone.

      • Marco Lancaster
        May 17, 2015

        I’m pretty sure that I will be very satisfied with it! I spent the last few months seeing reviews about the device, and then I was sure it was the best among others. And I would also say the most reliable. I was using really bad devices in recent months, a MTK6589 with very bad rom, so it will be a big upgrade for me. I’m pretty sure if you take it too as your next phone You won’t regret it,
        and you will probably like it a lot!

        • Ash Horse
          May 17, 2015

          heard j3 has random boots …

          • SharkGaming
            May 17, 2015

            I have the s3, and no random boots

          • Guest
            May 18, 2015

            Maybe on some older software, but not on the current.
            There were already about four system updates for this phone. Jiayu from about one year ago wouldn’t care, nowadays their support is quite good.

        • balcobomber25
          May 17, 2015

          Well I am down to the THL 2015, the Jiayu S3 and the Mi4i. A few upcoming reviews will decide my next phone.

          • Muhammad Yasir
            May 17, 2015

            quite a showdown :p

            • balcobomber25
              May 17, 2015

              You’ll see some updates from me with regards to one of those devices. 😉

            • Muhammad Yasir
              May 17, 2015

              looking forward to that 😀 !

          • Steven Fox
            May 18, 2015

            The Mi4i and the THL2015 are a bit more expensive than the Jiayu S3A, and offer absolutely nothing more. If you want to own a more expensive phone, buy the Mi4i, but you`ll end up with a much weaker GPU.

            • balcobomber25
              May 18, 2015

              For me the style of the phone matters just as much as the rest of the specs and I don’t play games so the most basic GPU is fine with me. I personally prefer phones 5 inches and under (there are a few over that I like but not many). We all have personal preferences of how we spend our money. As a company I prefer THL and Xiaomi to Jiayu. Doesn’t mean I think the S3 is a bad phone (I usually recommend it to everyone who asks for advice) just like the look of the THL and love MIUI.

    • ARUN SUBRAMANIAN
      May 17, 2015

      Does the final unit has better pics than the review posted on Gizchina for S3?Can you share samples?

      • Marco Lancaster
        May 17, 2015

        Jiayu is working to fix some issues with the camera on each update, the main problem is the video recording, the oversharpening issue. But actually the pictures are pretty good. A friend of mine, has some pictures here:

        https://plus.google.com/photos/+s7yler/albums/6137123143121983041

        • ARUN SUBRAMANIAN
          May 17, 2015

          Thanks.Still bit wary as pics are not full size but it may be good as you say.

          • balcobomber25
            May 18, 2015

            Many people have said its a problem with the camera app that Jiayu uses. I have seen a few people who used Sony’s own camera software and the pictures looked a lot better.

  3. Mladjan Pajkic
    May 16, 2015

    Why this benchmark is so important, this is a phone, not gaming console.

    by the way,
    “The P7000 can be bought from GearBest for $209 after using coupon code ‘EP7000′.”
    Try coupon code GB220 at GearBest 😉

    • May 16, 2015

      Nice find! 😉

    • Iosef
      May 16, 2015

      “not gaming console” haha funny and true at 300%

    • Lazar Prodanovic
      May 17, 2015

      Antutu is much more orientated to non GPU dependant tests. It’s not important.

  4. Chico Migraña
    May 16, 2015

    I Don’t trust antutu, see this Mi3W it’s insane.

    • tree
      May 16, 2015

      ulefone be touch

      • DrAndrew
        May 17, 2015

        The score depends on size of screen. P7000 is 1920*1080 and Be Touch is 1280*720. Higher resolution demands higher video chip usage, that’s why P7000 score is lower. But P7000 is better phone with better screen :)))

        • Radier
          May 17, 2015

          Nope. Mali 760 MP2 in MT 6752 is ment for 720p not 1080p. The GPU is just too weak for FullHD.

          • SharkGaming
            May 17, 2015

            Completely disagree with you there, it runs a fhd display blisteringly fast, only without actually blistering you (Qualcomm)

        • AurelianM
          May 17, 2015

          Totally agree

    • balcobomber25
      May 16, 2015

      The Mi3 averaged between 35,000-40,000 on Antutu, so that score is not out of the question. But a developer who knows what he is doing can artificially affect scores on Antutu.

      • Lazar Prodanovic
        May 17, 2015

        Lol its plane generated hml (score file), even chipmunk can alter it.

        • balcobomber25
          May 17, 2015

          I am not talking about altering it after the fact in a file, I am talking about getting Antutu to read something entirely different than it should. For instance I have a friend who knows how to hack Antutu so devices that normally score around 12,000 score 2-3x that. If he has figured that out manufacturers certainly have which is why I put very little stock in benchmarks.

  5. bojan radovanovic
    May 16, 2015

    How precis is antutu is shown by testing sgs6 and it’s edge version with same HW spec… And results showed 10000 points diference in same cases.
    Same phone, just a diferent screen.
    So…

  6. G'n'T
    May 16, 2015

    Really interested to see some actual reviews come through for this phone to see if all the hype is justfied.. When is GizChina going to do a review on this?

    • May 17, 2015

      Very soon! Stay tuned.

  7. Stupid
    May 17, 2015

    normal score
    nothing exciting

  8. kzm
    May 17, 2015

    I do prefer Jiayu S3..because S3 support NFC and a lot more sensor at similar pricing. S3 is getting Lollipop.

    • balcobomber25
      May 18, 2015

      Serious question. Do you really use NFC and if so what for? The only people I know that use it are the few that use Apple Pay (another feature Apple ripped from Android).

      • kzm
        May 18, 2015

        I will use it…for what don’t ask. So why i need finger print scanner? but it good feature to have..I do prefer more sensor than NFC or finger print scanner..

        • balcobomber25
          May 18, 2015

          Calm down it was just a question….

          • Damien Xenos
            May 26, 2015

            Here in Australia touch and go payments with a good portion of banks. NFC is a must.

            • balcobomber25
              May 26, 2015

              That’s why I asked, wanted to see if it was anything different because banks are the only thing I have ever heard of people using NFC. Was curious if there was something else.

        • overlord
          May 19, 2015

          Fingerprint scanners are more useful than NFC also beats having to hide or change password/pin for security!

          • kzm
            May 19, 2015

            Neh…I still prefer NFC

  9. Den flotte fyr
    May 17, 2015

    Does the score really matter that much ??? A higher score doesn’t mean a higher resolution or more details in hardcore games. The only thing I have noticed with a better CPU/GPU is the phone is not heating up and not draing the battery as much.

    • balcobomber25
      May 17, 2015

      Scores mean very little for real world performance. They are just a flashy number for people to look at and quantify which phones is “faster”. I often compare them to 0-60 times for cars.

    • May 17, 2015

      Well there are a tonne of metrics based on which you can measure a phone’s performance… Antutu for some reason happens to be one of the most popular. Of course it doesn’t tell the whole story (far far from it in fact) like you said.

      • balcobomber25
        May 18, 2015

        Antutu has become the most popular because it gives the biggest numbers and as a society we quantify bigger numbers to mean it is better.

        • May 18, 2015

          That’s a very interesting perspective. Now that you’ve mentioned it, it sounds very apt.

  10. mann
    May 17, 2015

    coupon code ‘EP7000′ ?
    here?

  11. Ruby
    May 17, 2015

    drum roll….”And now, introducing this weeks Elephone flagship model of the year!”

  12. SPLEND1D
    May 17, 2015

    too bad, Gionee E7 is 50$ cheaper but better

  13. May 17, 2015

    With phones being acceptibly fast these days, the number of bugs in the ROM should be published instead of Antutu number. BTW, flash sale resumes soon.

  14. Xalis
    May 18, 2015

    Now days my coffee machine scores over 40,000, the magic of MediaTek.

  15. Tyrone Creary
    May 18, 2015

    shit score for such a overpriced hyped phone lol

    • dz11
      May 19, 2015

      You are a really spoiled brat.

  16. Steven Fox
    May 18, 2015

    You should rename the site to GizElephone:)

  17. Geo St
    July 13, 2015

    my p7000 bever gets 40K … I get about 31 000 at Antutu. Phone is very fast, I had no problems, so lag, all works perfect. But not so high scores on any benchmark as advertised. I guess all Antutu and other benchmarks at websites and videos are faked.