If you have a look at benchmark databases, you’ll notice that sometimes mystery handsets will score highly and wonder what’s the deal with them. For example, in GFXBench, the second placed model is the Opus E350, following the ZTE Nubia Z9, with 1066 frames.



To make things even more interesting, this device adopts a Snapdragon 810 processor, the one also found on the HTC One M9 and LG G Flex 2. Opus is a pretty much unknown manufacturer, so we’re puzzled to see them scoring a Snapdragon of the best kind and getting high scores. The Opus E350 has a 5.5 inch Full HD screen, an Adreno 430 GPU and 3 GB of RAM.


This phablet is a single SIM unit, with Android 5.0.2 on board and 32 GB of storage. The product has 4G LTE connectivity and a strange camera setup, involving an 11 MP back camera and a front 11 MP shooter. It’s probably 13 MP sensors in the end… Looking forward finding out more about Opus.

Thanks Priyash maini for the tip!

via techgadgetsz.com

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