Ulefone Be Touch 2 alongside Elephone P8000 for Antutu and gaming test


ulefone be touch 2 vs elephone p8000

This video has been recorded to show the difference in speed between the Ulefone Be Touch 2 and Elephone P8000, but it also gives us a good screen and size comparison too.

With rumours that Elephone have already ceased production of the Elephone P7000, the fast moving company has already released the P8000. Specs are largely the same on the P8000 as the P7000 but with a Mediatek MT6753 chipset rather than the 1.7Ghz MT6752.

The video below shows an Antutu benchmark for each phone and also compares how fast each phone loads the benchmarking tool, and also NFS. What is interesting is that although the P8000 is running a 1.3Ghz CPU there seems to be little difference in speed when opening up the game and running it over the 1.7Ghz MT6752.

If you watched the video all the way through you may have found the comparison of the devices interesting for a few other reasons. First of all we get to see the size of the two phones together. I also noted that the bezels on the P8000 seems narrower than they are on the P7000 (but still ugly).

What really caught my eye though is the screens. The screen on the Elephone P8000 seems to have a yellowish tint to it where as the Ulefone Be Touch panel doesn’t.

Both the Elephone P8000 and Ulefone Be Touch boasts 3GB RAM, Fingerprint scanners and 1920 x 1080 displays, and are on sale now.

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64 Comments

  1. mf1gt3r
    June 29, 2015

    P7000…..total failure. Am glad i purchased Mlais M7 instead.

    • Adam Irvine
      June 29, 2015

      I’ve done the same for 2 of my siblings, I just hope the battery life isn’t as bad as it would seem given the 2600mAh battery…

  2. Ruby
    June 29, 2015

    <32,000 Antutu score? FAIL.
    My RedMi Note 3G got a higher score when it was introduced back in March, 2014!

    • balcobomber25
      June 29, 2015

      Congrats? You got a high number on a test that means nothing in the real world! Antutu is nothing more than an arbitrary number to compare to other arbitrary numbers.

      • Ruby
        June 29, 2015

        Yes, it’s just an arbitrary # but the low score on the Elephone indicates that something is not optimized, especially when both phones are using the same SoC and 3GB RAM.

        • balcobomber25
          June 29, 2015

          No it indicates it didn’t get a high score nothing more, nothing less. Phone companies know how to cheat Antutu to inflate the score, just ask HTC. There are phone with 10,000 point differences that perform exactly the same, and there are phones with lower scores that outperform those with higher scores.

          • Xu Tan
            June 29, 2015

            But the score is normal since the ratio between 1.7Ghz and 1.3Ghz is not very far from 46000 and 31000.

            • balcobomber25
              June 30, 2015

              And that shows how useless an Antutu score is. If it really was a measure of performance there should be a huge gap between the performance of a phone that scores 31000 and one that scores 46000 but there really isnt. Here is three phones I tested against each other, all had wildly different scores and all of them had near equal performance:

              Galaxy S4 – 28000
              Xiaomi Mi3 – 32000
              Moto X – 18000

              The Moto X was actually the best performing of the 3 because what people never take into account when talking about benchmarks is software. The Moto X runs stock Android and was much smoother and quicker than S4 or Mi3 which both run heavily skinned versions of Android.

        • June 29, 2015

          They don’t use the same SoC. The P8000 uses the MT6753, the Ulefone Be Touch 2 the MT6752. The MT6753 has a lower CPU clock and a weaker GPU.

          • Squizzy911
            June 29, 2015

            Right. in my opinnion the MT6752 is the better choice. Worldwide Frequencies are useless when the manufacturer doesnt support it.

            • Mezz
              June 29, 2015

              It depends what you want.
              6753 is a little cheaper than 6752 and the autonomy is a little bit better.
              For gaming the mt6752 is necessary, otherwise the mt6753 can be a good choice.

    • Suskind
      June 29, 2015

      RedMi Note display 1280*720.

  3. Teramies
    June 29, 2015

    Meizu P8000? :O

    • Squizzy911
      June 29, 2015

      Maybe with flyme os rom

  4. mike fiera
    June 29, 2015

    It’s well known that some manufacturers doctor the antutu tests so this means nothing. What is clear though is that elephone put up some very misleading presale pictures of their p8000 and the bezels on the actual units now appear to be truly awful.

    • PaulBV
      June 29, 2015

      the bazels are really big 🙁 and the score is so disappointing 🙁

      • Mezz
        June 29, 2015

        No.. about performance mt6752 > mt6753
        and mt6732 > mt6735
        And for gaming the quad core 6732 is also better than octo core 6753 because the mali 720 is really weak.

    • Squizzy911
      June 29, 2015

      but you can see the 3d power in antutu live 😉 the be touch 2 is much better. T760 > T720 for gaming 😉

      • Mezz
        June 29, 2015

        Yes, i have the two gpu… and Mali T720 is so weak .. whearas the games are really smooth on Mali T760.

  5. fido futte
    June 29, 2015

    Be Touch 2 screen is much better quality

  6. Albert Garcias Mirabent
    June 29, 2015

    You shuldn’t by this shity CRAP Company ELEPHONE! They sell phones that
    doesn’t even exist! I’ve won an “impressive” code to be the first “PIONNER”
    11 of May and I’m still waiting my f** Phone to be produced! A lot of
    people is waiting it’s P7000 and they have the balls to start “selling”
    P8000! Shity brand.Get a Jiayu or a Xiaomi. At least they sell what they have.

  7. Saad
    June 29, 2015

    is there a notification led on be touch 2 ?

    • Paap Mrittu
      June 29, 2015

      No

      • Adam Irvine
        June 29, 2015

        Gutted…

    • Suskind
      June 29, 2015

      iphone 6 No.Whether they can use flash instead.

  8. mf1gt3r
    June 29, 2015

    P7000…..total failure. Am glad i purchased Mlais M7 instead.

    • Adam Irvine
      June 29, 2015

      I’ve done the same for 2 of my siblings, I just hope the battery life isn’t as bad as it would seem given the 2600mAh battery…

  9. Ruby
    June 29, 2015

    <32,000 Antutu score? FAIL.
    My RedMi Note 3G got a higher score when it was introduced back in March, 2014!

    • balcobomber25
      June 29, 2015

      Congrats? You got a high number on a test that means nothing in the real world! Antutu is nothing more than an arbitrary number to compare to other arbitrary numbers.

    • Ruby
      June 29, 2015

      Yes, it’s just an arbitrary # but the low score on the Elephone indicates that something is not optimized, especially when both phones are using the same SoC and 3GB RAM.

    • balcobomber25
      June 29, 2015

      No it indicates it didn’t get a high score nothing more, nothing less. Phone companies know how to cheat Antutu to inflate the score, just ask HTC. There are phone with 10,000 point differences that perform exactly the same, and there are phones with lower scores that outperform those with higher scores.

    • Christopher Straßer
      June 29, 2015

      They don’t use the same SoC. The P8000 uses the MT6753, the Ulefone Be Touch 2 the MT6752. The MT6753 has a lower CPU clock and a weaker GPU.

    • Squizzy911
      June 29, 2015

      Right. in my opinnion the MT6752 is the better choice. Worldwide Frequencies are useless when the manufacturer doesnt support it.

    • Mezz
      June 29, 2015

      It depends what you want.
      6753 is a little cheaper than 6752 and the autonomy is a little bit better.
      For gaming the mt6752 is necessary, otherwise the mt6753 can be a good choice.

    • Kieslowski
      June 30, 2015

      RedMi Note display 1280*720.

    • Windows 10
      June 30, 2015

      But the score is normal since the ratio between 1.7Ghz and 1.3Ghz is not very far from 46000 and 31000.

    • balcobomber25
      June 30, 2015

      And that shows how useless an Antutu score is. If it really was a measure of performance there should be a huge gap between the performance of a phone that scores 31000 and one that scores 46000 but there really isnt. Here is three phones I tested against each other, all had wildly different scores and all of them had near equal performance:

      Galaxy S4 – 28000
      Xiaomi Mi3 – 32000
      Moto X – 18000

      The Moto X was actually the best performing of the 3 because what people never take into account when talking about benchmarks is software. The Moto X runs stock Android and was much smoother and quicker than S4 or Mi3 which both run heavily skinned versions of Android.

  10. Teramies
    June 29, 2015

    Meizu P8000? :O

    • Squizzy911
      June 29, 2015

      Maybe with flyme os rom

  11. mike fiera
    June 29, 2015

    It’s well known that some manufacturers doctor the antutu tests so this means nothing. What is clear though is that elephone put up some very misleading presale pictures of their p8000 and the bezels on the actual units now appear to be truly awful.

    • PaulBV
      June 29, 2015

      the bazels are really big 🙁 and the score is so disappointing 🙁

    • Squizzy911
      June 29, 2015

      but you can see the 3d power in antutu live 😉 the be touch 2 is much better. T760 > T720 for gaming 😉

    • Mezz
      June 29, 2015

      No.. about performance mt6752 > mt6753
      and mt6732 > mt6735
      And for gaming the quad core 6732 is also better than octo core 6753 because the mali 720 is really weak.

    • Mezz
      June 29, 2015

      Yes, i have the two gpu… and Mali T720 is so weak .. whearas the games are really smooth on Mali T760.

  12. fido futte
    June 29, 2015

    Be Touch 2 screen is much better quality

  13. Albert Garcias Mirabent
    June 29, 2015

    You shuldn’t by this shity CRAP Company ELEPHONE! They sell phones that
    doesn’t even exist! I’ve won an “impressive” code to be the first “PIONNER”
    11 of May and I’m still waiting my f** Phone to be produced! A lot of
    people is waiting it’s P7000 and they have the balls to start “selling”
    P8000! Shity brand.Get a Jiayu or a Xiaomi. At least they sell what they have.

  14. Saad
    June 29, 2015

    is there a notification led on be touch 2 ?

    • Paap Mrittu
      June 29, 2015

      No

    • Adam Irvine
      June 29, 2015

      Gutted…

    • Kieslowski
      June 30, 2015

      iphone 6 No.Whether they can use flash instead.

  15. tech mi
    June 29, 2015

    Ulefone is by all means better than P8000. 1. the front fingerprint scanner is more convenient. 2. display color is truer to life. 3. No doubt, better CPU and GPU.

  16. Wall Will
    June 29, 2015

    When the writer says “there is little difference” between Ulefone Be Touch 2 and the P8000, the “little difference” can mean much in real world gaming. Image shift of NFS most wanted is obviously more smooth on Ulefone Be Touch 2. If This is not enough. Have a look at the video where there is obvious skip of frames on P8000 in Antutu 3D video test part while no problem with the Be Touch 2.

  17. Geek Tech
    June 29, 2015

    MTK6589 and 6589T, 6592 and 6592T and 6595, and MTK6752 are the better chipsets, but manufacturers finally accept the worse 6582, 6592M, and 6753 just to make the phone cheaper. But people don’t need to save 10 US dollars just to suffer the whole year or more. Use better Soc please, manufacturers.

  18. Fabio
    June 30, 2015

    Ulefone is by all means better than P8000. 1. the front fingerprint scanner is more convenient. 2. display color is truer to life. 3. No doubt, better CPU and GPU.

  19. Mengkih
    June 30, 2015

    When the writer says “there is little difference” between Ulefone Be Touch 2 and the P8000, the “little difference” can mean much in real world gaming. Image shift of NFS most wanted is obviously more smooth on Ulefone Be Touch 2. If This is not enough. Have a look at the video where there is obvious skip of frames on P8000 in Antutu 3D video test part while no problem with the Be Touch 2.

  20. Guns 'n' Vegetables
    June 30, 2015

    MTK6589 and 6589T, 6592 and 6592T and 6595, and MTK6752 are the better chipsets, but manufacturers finally accept the worse 6582, 6592M, and 6753 just to make the phone cheaper. But people don’t need to save 10 US dollars just to suffer the whole year or more. Use better Soc please, manufacturers.

  21. Tawse
    June 30, 2015

    When is the Be Touch 2 going to begin shipping? Any idea?

    • Benito Llan
      July 2, 2015

      I’ve read many different statements about it, I purchased it yesterday on the “spanish” (auto translated xD) version of Igogo and the estimated date was 7th-8th July (while in other places it was 18th-20th July).

      I don’t really care, reading this article and comments I’m glad I got it instead of Elephone P8000, hope I helped! 😀

  22. Tawse
    July 1, 2015

    When is the Be Touch 2 going to begin shipping? Any idea?

    • Benito L.
      July 2, 2015

      I’ve read many different statements about it, I purchased it yesterday on the “spanish” (auto translated xD) version of Igogo and the estimated date was 7th-8th July (while in other places it was 18th-20th July).

      I don’t really care, reading this article and comments I’m glad I got it instead of Elephone P8000, hope I helped! 😀

  23. July 3, 2015

    Why does it say Meizu P8000 in the Antutu benchmark?

  24. James Arnold
    July 3, 2015

    Why does it say Meizu P8000 in the Antutu benchmark?

  25. July 17, 2015

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-VUUwJz5WUc
    Ulefone Be Touch 2 and Elephone P8000 comparison.

  26. efox-shop
    July 18, 2015

    Ulefone Be Touch 2 and Elephone P8000 comparison.