The original Ulefone Be Touch gained a stunning score of 48,000 on the Antutu Benchmark tester, given that the phone packs a 720p display. While the display resolution is upgraded to 1080p on the Be Touch 2, it imposes more pressure on the phone’s powerhouse, namely the 1.7GHz MTK6752 64-bit 8-core processor.
The score decreased as expected, to about 45,600 according to our latest Antutu test. But does the gap of over 2,000 points mean too much? Real-world performance talks. I’ve made an uncut video showing how well the phone dealt with light and heavy tasks.
When the guy was swiping the home screens, the icons follow his finger quite closely without any hiccups. As for the test on heavy tasks, the guy was playing Real Racing 3, which runs quite smoothly on Ulefone Be Touch 2 without major drawbacks like the skip of frames.
Before it was announced, Ulefone Be Touch 2 had widely been expected to be a budget version of the original Be Touch with the lower-speed MTK6753 CPU, just as Meizu M2 Note for Meizu M1 Note. But as Ulefone had made mind to equip the Be Touch 2 with a FHD display, we believed the MTK6752 was a must.