Bluboo Picasso: Benchmarks


bluboo picasso

Bluboo’s entry for the budget war game currently dominated by MT6580 phones is the Bluboo Picasso. It’s a $69.99 phone, which in my opinion is among the better looking ones in the race.

However, it’s still the performance that matters. We’ve been testing the Picasso for a while, but since it’ll be a few days before the review, we thought of publishing some benchmarks.

GizChina readers, thankfully, are a bit more aware than the everyday geek about the relation between benchmarks and real-life performance. That it doesn’t have a direct relationship each time.

That said, raw numbers do give a fair idea of processing prowess, among other things, and hence this post. Anyway, lets cut to the chase now — the Bluboo Picasso Benchmarks.

Bluboo Picasso Benchmarks

  • AnTuTu v6.1.4: 22,759
  • Quadrant Standard: 9,184
  • GeekBench 3 – Single Core: 344
  • GeekBench 3 – Multi Core: 1,102

Quite clearly, the phone isn’t the highest scoring device this year… but worth noting is the fact that it isn’t meant to be a chart topper anyway.

Let us know what you think of the benchmarks so far. You can expect the review to be live in a few days’ time.

Meanwhile, you can also find the Picasso on GeekBuying (that’s where we got it from) for $69.99 shipped!

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7 Comments

  1. Adam Irvine
    April 25, 2016

    Where’s the Android Wear powered XWatch Bluboo!? 🙁

  2. Omer
    April 25, 2016

    Both the Quadrant and the AnTuTu score are higher than on my 300 euros OneTouch Idol X 🙂

  3. MitsosDaBest
    April 25, 2016

    I asked Bluboo to make this phone with the MTK 6735 to have 4G and keep all the other specs same… It will be perfect for $80 (for example) with a lower presale price. Then I will buy it, but with the 6580 I won’t… Let’s see what happens.

    • Marco Lancaster
      April 25, 2016

      Yeah I think any MT6735 device at this price range would be a jewel. I have no issues with this SoC.

    • Najib Ar-Rahman
      April 26, 2016

      Both SOCs have GPS problems, which is a big Dealbreaker for me. I would prefer a minimum MTK6753.

      • hugo26
        April 27, 2016

        Yeah gotta have that gps working perfectly so the CIA and other organizations can find u even easier and drop a cruise missile upside ur head or place a well aimed shot between ur eyes, smart. As for me i turn of gps and location trackers on every single phone i get, i dont need any governments or anyone knowing where im posting from.

  4. Snelleboi
    April 25, 2016

    Keeping an eye on this phone…it looks promising.