After making us admirr the Elephone C1 Max in its new Red Wine tint, Elephone have just released the AnTuTu benchmark of the recently launched 6-inch phone. Without further ado, let’s have a look at its final score.
The Antutu score the Elephone C1 Max managed to get is: 32425. The internal hardware that achieved that result is mostly a MediaTek MT6737 processor and 2GB of RAM, other components that may have affected the score are the 32GB of storage and the phone running Android 7.0.
The C1 Max features a dual camera setup on the back, consisting of a 13MP primary shooter and a secondary 5MP camera to grab monochrome photos (black and white) or to create a shallow depth of field. The phone supports 4G LTE, has a fingerprint scanner on the back and tap the screen to wake up feature.
Elephone’s C1 Max phablet isn’t on sale yet but the website already shows a $129.99 price-tag. You’ll find more info about it here.