Watch: Ulefone T1 Antutu Benchmark and Gaming Performance (Helio P25 / 6GB RAM)


The recently released Ulefone T1 is the best smartphone released by the Chinese phone maker in a while. The device is powered by a Mediatek Helio P25 which is both a performer and energy efficient CPU, paired up with 6GB of RAM.

So, the company really wanted to show everybody how the phone performs in the real life scenarios and so they uploaded a Youtube video doing exactly that. Let’s check it out down below.

The video begins with the Ulefone T1 running the most notorious AnTuTu benchmark and getting a nice 66500 score. The Mediatek Helio P25 octa-core processor clocked at 2.6GHz, 6GB of RAM and Mali-T880 1GHz GPU really flexed their muscles in this one.

But that’s just a benchmark, so the company proceeded to showing us how the T1 performs in games and we can say that games like PES2017 and NBA2K17 appear to be running really smoothly. Then we have a look at the multi-tasking experience, also there pretty smooth, which is what you can expect with 6GB of RAM on-board.

Ulefone T1

As far as other specs go, the Ulefone T1 comes with a 5.5-inch Full HD display coated in Corning Gorilla Glass 3, encased in a CNC machine full metal body. The phone also features dual rear cameras with a main 16MP and a 5MP secondary shooter, meanwhile at the front we find a 13MP selfie snapper. The built-in battery has a capacity of 3680mAh and it can be fast charged with PE+2.0. The T1 works on pretty much any 4G LTE networks around the globe with a total of 25 frequencies supported.

Ulefone T1

The Ulefone T1 just got launched and its presale period will begin on July 31st, but before that day you can actually get $100 coupons or $40 gift bag for the device. You can also win one for $1 if you’re lucky enough. Learn more about the phone on the official website.

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14 Comments

  1. ThisNThat
    July 29, 2017

    – None of the games were running smoothly.
    – Both had noticeable micro stutters and frame drops. (shitty Mali T-880).
    – Launch times were unacceptably long.
    – 66k in AnTuTu is a joke (although AnTuTu itself is a joke).
    – Lasly, Helio P25 by MTK, so that’s a bummer.

    Unless this is priced around the US$ 129 mark, it’s a doomed device.

    • Reaguurder
      July 29, 2017

      You moddafokker ruined my dreamz, ohhhhhh fock ya!

    • Marius Cirsta
      July 30, 2017

      Agreed , but I don’t think the Snapdragon 825 is much better. Sadly there’s this trend to launch P20 ( or P25 ) or Snapdragon 825 devices with these very weak SOCs for middle range prices ( over $200 )

      • Stiven
        July 30, 2017

        You mean sd 625? because sd825 doesn’t exist. I think we need more of sd660 in phones around 200$.

        • Marius Cirsta
          July 30, 2017

          Yes, my bad, I meant 625, fixed now. Thanks.
          And yes, I agree, SD660 should be in $200 phones. Yet there are plenty from Xiami and other smaller Chinese manufacturers for well over $200 with the SD625 …
          They just put a shitload of RAM and dual cameras and OK, a crappy SOC and sure, let’s ask for $250 …
          Also really looking forward to more phones with the Helio X30, that one should be a nice alternative.

  2. Guest
    July 29, 2017

    – None of the games were running smoothly.
    – Both had noticeable micro stutters and frame drops. (shitty Mali T-880).
    – Launch times were unacceptably long.
    – 66k in AnTuTu is a joke (although AnTuTu itself is a joke).
    – Lasly, Helio P25 by MTK, so that’s a bummer.

    Unless this is priced around the US$ 129 mark, it’s a doomed device.

    • Guest
      July 29, 2017

      You moddafokker ruined my dreamz, ohhhhhh fock ya!

    • Marius Cirsta
      July 30, 2017

      Agreed , but I don’t think the Snapdragon 625 is much better. Sadly there’s this trend to launch P20 ( or P25 ) or Snapdragon 625 devices with these very weak SOCs for middle range prices ( over $200 )

    • Stiven
      July 30, 2017

      You mean sd 625? because sd825 doesn’t exist. I think we need more of sd660 in phones around 200$.

    • Marius Cirsta
      July 30, 2017

      Yes, my bad, I meant 625, fixed now. Thanks.
      And yes, I agree, SD660 should be in $200 phones. Yet there are plenty from Xiami and other smaller Chinese manufacturers for well over $200 with the SD625 …
      They just put a shitload of RAM and dual cameras and OK, a crappy SOC and sure, let’s ask for $250 …
      Also really looking forward to more phones with the Helio X30, that one should be a nice alternative.

  3. francis solutionz
    July 31, 2017

    Antutu is very relaible website when smarpthone. Because AnTuTu benchmark ranking is listing the best smartphone list

  4. francis solutionz
    July 31, 2017

    Antutu is very relaible website when smarpthone. Because AnTuTu benchmark ranking is listing the best smartphone list

  5. billybloggs
    July 31, 2017

    A Mediatek X25 decacore would be better, but what sacrifices would be made?

  6. billybloggs
    July 31, 2017

    A Mediatek X25 decacore would be better, but what sacrifices would be made?