Ulefone Be Touch Benchmarks

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Ahead of the weekend we received the Ulefone Be Touch, and while you guys wait for the full review we thought you might like to see the benchmarks from this flagship smartphone to keep you going.

The Ulefone Be Touch is an exciting device! It’s the first of the ‘big 3’ flagships we have been waiting to review, and it’s a phone that really takes your breath away when you get it in your hands. We simply were not expecting the Be Touch to feel so well made! Anyway more of the build in the full review this weekend, for now let’s take a look at the benchmarks.

A 64bit Mediatek MT6752 processor is at the center of this flagship. The processor also gets the benefit of 3GB RAM and only has to handle the pixels of a 720HD display rather than a FHD panel which should give it a head start over the Elephone P7000.

UleFone Be Touch Benchmarks

  • Antutu: 43,412
  • Ice Storm Extreme: 6,745
  • Nenamark 2: 72.0fps
  • Geekbench Single-core: 800
  • Geekbench multi-core: 3455
  • Vellamo Metal: 1291
  • Vellamo Mulitcore: 1884
  • Vellamo Browser: 3401
  • GFX Manhattan: 715.1
  • GFX Manhattan offscreen: 370.5
  • GFX T-Rex: 1,142
  • GFX T-Rex Offscreen: 702.9
  • Quadrant: 16,411

Ulefone Be Touch Benchmarks – Conclusion

I’m currently running the Be Touch on Android 5.0 using the latest build which was updated via OTA last week. The system on my phone is smooth, nippy and so far stable, but Yash has reported that his version of the phone is a little on the slow side (although I am not sure he is on the same build as me).

Most recently I personally reviewed the Asus Zenfone 2 and I can see that in certain benchmarks the Ulefone Be Touch out performs the Intel powered 4GB RAM phone. The Be Touch does better in Antutu, Geekbench and Quadrant. However, when the phone is required to get the GPU going we see the Zenfone is miles ahead in graphical performance scoring 18328 on its FHD panel compared to just 6745 on the HD Be Touch screen.

For an MT6752 phone though the benchmarks are about spot on. Similar to the Mlais M52 which also has a 720p display, the Ulefone Be Touch gets 6,745 in 3D Mark Extreme (the M52 managed 6840). That said we reviewed the M52 on Kitkat so we were hoping that the Lollipop build of the Be Touch would bring a little extra to the table.

We’ll look out for more OTA update from Ulefone which might get a little extra from the phone. In the meantime what do you think of the Ulefone Be Touch Benchmarks? Keep posted for the full review this weekend.

The Be Touch is available on Geekbuying now for $199.99.

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