A vendor has posted a new video of the Retina-class iFive Mini 3.
All screensnaps from the 720p version of the video; click to enlarge.
Although he never zooms in to prove it’s the Retina Mini 3, this back area of the tablet confirms that it is:
That’s where iFive specifies the screen resolution.
The AnTuTu X score:
Unfortunately, he didn’t zoom in on that screen. Even the 720p snap is too blurry to clearly make out the score for RAM, to compare it to the original Mini 3.
He also ran another benchmark:
So far, everything looks good. Then he gets to the camera:
As will be seen in the video, there looks to be a two-second countdown before a picture is taken. Huh?
And now the video:
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2 responses to “New Video Of Retina-Class iFive Mini 3”
Looks a lot better than most of the recent ones. Build quality?
Generally there have been few complaints about Five Technology’s build quality. It’s the all-metal back that tends to interfere with WiFi reception, however.