The Onda V989 user report at this IMP3Net forum thread continues to be updated [Google Translate].
We now have an AnTuTu X score.
This was done earlier using AnTuTu 4.4:
This was done using AnTuTu X:
And the low score is as I thought:
Two versions of the scores so low must have their reasons. Landlord on the official forum Onda looked under official explained that Tutu X version is older 2013 version, of course, has not yet appeared eight-core processor, so the highest run points to quad-core processor support only.
We have to wait to see what AnTuTu v5 Alpha (or final) brings.
Which also might not take into account the new generation of CPUs. But I really don’t know this benchmark. It’s here because I’ve posted scores previously from other tablets.
Just five-point multitouch:
So the A80 has been throttled back from its 2GHz full potential!
“Screen resolution in dp: 768 x 976” — is that normal?
Basemark OS II:
There are other benchmarks there, such a read/write, that I’m not including in this post. Go to the forum to see.
The Onda V989 has a screen recording feature. The owner made three of these to demonstrate the machine. I’ve ripped these from QQ and cross-posted them to YouTube to embed here:
I think what we’ve really learned here is that some of the current tools for comparing one tablet to another aren’t yet up to the task and need updating.
Choosing a tablet to buy is going to depend on what a person will specifically and primarily use it for. Some people might want the Multiwindow Android capability of the Pipo P1, others might want the 3G of the Teclast X98, and some might want the Onda V989. Some people need HDMI-out, some need GPS, some 3G.
Personally, the only video that matters to me is the one showing the Onda V989 PDF reading performance, which is sub-optimal for my needs. Reading Google Books PDFs is my primary use. Any tablet that can handle those without friction will do everything well too.
Generally, all of these new tablets are very good — and choosing which one to buy will come done to very personal use.
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Demo Video Of Onda V989
Behind The Scenes Peek At Onda V989 Packing
Onda Acknowledges Two Iterations Of V989
First User Reports: Onda V989
Onda “Sells Out” Second Tiny V989 Beta Test Supply
Onda Makes Battery Life Claim For V989
Onda Ships Beta Test V989 Tablets
Onda “Sells Out” Tiny V989 Beta Test Supply
Onda Adds V989 To Their Site
Onda V989 Goes On Beta Test Sale July 14th
Onda’s Benchmark Claims For V989 A80-Based Tablet
Onda Leaks Allwinner A80-Based V989
Onda’s New A80, Windows, And 4G Tablets