We know that everyone loves benchmark scores, so without further ado we have some great information for those who have been looking into the Huawei Ascend P7. Thanks to the AnTuTu website where benchmarks are often leaked for various devices, it seems that Huawei’s upcoming flagship was sent through testing to see how things stacked up against the competition. It might come as a surprise to some though that Huawei’s Ascend P7 didn’t exactly come up with a stellar score. Now while benchmarks don’t mean everything, or really anything for that matter because real world experience has yet to be tested and brought forth, it at least gives us a general idea of how the device might act when used in particular scenarios.
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While flagships like the Samsung Galaxy S5, the Oneplus One, and the HTC One M8 are scoring fairly high in the benchmarks,(although HTC admitted to testing the device in high performance mode) you would think that Huawei’s latest Ascend model might have something to bring to the party. The Kirin 910 processor powering the Huawei Ascend P7 when tested, delivered a score that was barely shy of 25,000, which is a little unexpected from a quad-core processor powering a flagship. While the results of the benchmark test don’t exactly spell out the utmost in high performance from Huawei, they do give us a look at what other specs the device seems to come with.
According to the AnTuTu listing the Ascend P7 comes with a screen resolution of 1,080 x 1,920, and packs 2GB of RAM to go along with the processor. At least the camera sounds like it might deliver some promising results from the image side of things, coming with a 13MP rear facing camera and an 8MP front facing camera for the occasional selfie and video chat session. Luckily it seems that Huawei has decided to ship this device with Android 4.4.2 kit kat on board, so users who pick this up will be running the latest version of Android software, unless a new build drops before the phone releases. Huawei still hasn’t given an official release date or pricing for the device, but the company is said to be unveiling the phone come May 7th.