Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Intel Based MegaFon Mint Shows The True Side Of Their Medfield Platform


The MegaFon Mint is a Android powered device which is using intel's Medfield platform. This device was launched in Russia's second largest carrier and it has a 4.03" screen, a single core Atom Z2460 and has a HSPA+ modem which is similar to the one on the Orange San Diego. This is one of the first devices to be using this chip and don't look down on the single core processor as it is more optimized than most ARM systems. The people over at the Russian tech blog High-Tech ran a few benchmarks to check the performance of this device and the Quadrant Score is about 4000 which is normally set by a low clocked dual core device. This device features a 400MHz graphics which allows the phone to play back 1080p video. The camera is capable of taking 10 pictures in a second in burst mode and the camera is an 8MP shooter. This phone comes with Android 2.3.7 Gingerbread and has 16GB of internal storage which is not expandable and it is priced at $565 (17,990 roubles). You are paying a premium price for a single core device but it sure does run like a dual core device. Check the benchmark scores below:
Source: Phonearena 
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