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!