Xolo Black benchmark results and compared


The Xolo Black smartphone recently arrived in India with a price of Rs. 12,999. The device is attracting a fair amount of attention with Black being a subsidiary of the well-known manufacturer and the phone being sold exclusively through Flipkart online. If you’re considering buying this phone, you might want to check out some Xolo Black benchmark results and how they compare with some other handsets.

The Xolo Black has some decent specs for its money including a Snapdragon 615 octa-core processor, Adreno 405 graphics, a 5.5-inch display with Full HD resolution, and 2GB of RAM. If you want full details on specifications you might want to check out our recent specs comparison of the Panasonic P55 Novo vs. Xolo Black. With the kind of specs the Black has to offer it should do fairly well in benchmark testing, so will it live up to expectations?

Below this story we’ve embedded a YouTube video from Fone Arena that shows numerous benchmark tests being conducted on the Xolo Black. The tests involved are Quadrant, AnTuTu 5, Vellamo, Linpack, Geekbench 3, Nenamark 2, GFXBench 2.7, Basemark X, 3DMark Ice Storm Unlimited, and Basemark OS II.

After each test you’ll see the score attained by the Xolo Black, and then a table is displayed that also shows the results of several other phones in a similar sector of the market. Just a few of the other handsets that it’s compared with are the Lenovo K3 Note, Xiaomi Mi 4i, HTC Desire 820, Samsung Galaxy A5, and Xiaomi Redmi Note.

We’re not going to give all of the results here as you can see them when you watch the video below, as well as the comparison tables. We will say though that the results attained by the Xolo Black are mixed, with the phone at the bottom of the table on several occasions. The outcome of this benchmarking could therefore disappoint some potential buyers, but we’ll let you make up your own minds about that.

Considering the outcome of these benchmark tests are you still intending to purchase the Xolo Black? Maybe you’re now thinking of a different smartphone instead? Do tell us by sending in your comments.


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