How does that AnTuTu score compare to the 9.7-inch iFive 3 with the same specs? From the prior post:
So yeah, it’s believable. I had hoped it might go as high as 21,000-range, but no such luck.
Here’s the AnTuTu score for the original non-Retina Mini 3 from a previous post:
So although it’s the same Rockchip 3188 but now with a Retina-class screen, there doesn’t seem to be any performance deficit.
Left is a white iPad Mini Retina, right is the Retina-class iFive Mini 3:
Interesting how much the Android UI stuff takes up on screen compared to iOS.
And yes, iFive’s Mini 3 is the Retina-class one. Click through to see the post, scroll down, and click on the sample photograph of the screen. Or just click this copy for a very large image:
Note that the grain is an artifact of the digital camera sensor. Just look at how smooth the text is. That’s Retina-class.
And here’s the first real photo of the Retina-class iFive Mini 3 running Android 4.4 KitKat:
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