Elephone has revealed the Aututu benchmarking score of the premium Elephone C1 Max. The results released by the company shows that Elephone C1 Max has pegged an AuTuTu score of 32425. As you can see, the results are promising, and you should try to work with the Elephone C1 Max if you are a gamer.
While the 3D score yields a score of 3327, the UX score is tagged at 13356. The handset scored an overall CPU score of 11524. By releasing the AuTuTu score results, Elephone has shown a great transparency to motivate customers to purchase the smartphone.
On the specifications front, the Elephone C1 Max features a 6-inch HD display, MT6737 processor, ARM Mali-T720 graphics, 2GB RAM, 32GB expandable (128GB) internal storage loaded with Android 7.0 Nougat. The display features AVO G paired with G Full lamination and Dragontrail technology.
While the rear camera is equipped with a dual 13MP and 5MP sensor, the front-facing snapper offers 2MP sensor. You will be able to record HD videos. The camera also provides rear flash, touch, and autofocus technologies.
Elephone C1 Max is available for pre-order at a massive discount until April 5. If you place your order now, you will get a flat discount of $20. Hence, you only need to pay $109.99 instead of the original retail price of $129.99.
Designed using a metal enclosure, the Elephone C1 Max also provides support for fingerprint sensor and off-screen wake-up. A 2800mAh battery completes the package. With a thickness of 8.5mm, the C1 Max handset measures 227 grams in weight. The phone is available in Wine Red, Mocha Gold, and Black color variants.
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