Qmobile Noir A20 Vide Review: Gaming
Hi, after a long long break we are finally bringing you the A20 gaming review as you know the 1st set that we got was faulty and we had to have it replaced and Qmobile sure took their sweet time. Well we finally got our replacement a fully functional replacement set, you know what they say, “Deir Aye Durust Aye”
Qmobile Noir A20 Specs:
Processor : 1.2 ghz MTK Quad Core
Ram: 1GB RAM
GPU: PowerVR SGX 544 MP
Display: 4.5 qHD LCD Display
OS : Android 4.1 ( jelly bean )
Qmobile Noir A20 Antutu benchmark results came up at 12,950 and Quadrant benchmark came up as 4001.
Below is the video review of Qmobile Noir A20 gaming.
We were more than happy with the performance of the Qmobile A20 while playing heavy HD games, the 1.2 GHZ MTK Quad Core Processor with 1 GB RAM and it’s PowerVR SGX 544 MP GPU performed pretty good and handled the graphic intensive games very easily.
Temple Run 2:
The game ran quite smoothly given that it was on full graphic details, meaning all shadows and volumetric lighting was on. With everything at max detail the Qmobile Noir A20 handled the game pretty well as can be seen the movements and frames were smoothly depicted there was no lag or any sort of problem regarding touch response.
GTA Vice City:
The Qmobile played out vice city with ease, we were surprised vice city takes its toll on the resources of a device, even after continuous game play the A20 was able to render the graphics without any lag or degraded touch response, it remained smooth through out.
The heaviest of the heavies, there aren’t many other games out there that are more resource hungry or that push a device to its limits the way NOVA 3 does. You don’t need a benchmarking software to check that you can simply tell by the sweet time it takes to load up, varying from a minute to up to 5 minutes on some devices. Once it finally loaded the Qmobile Noir A20 was able to run the game without any lag and the touch was smooth throughout.
Real Racing 3:
Qmobile Noir A20 ran real racing 3 without a hitch the device was able to render the graphics easily and also played out the audio of the game clearly and without distortion, as several device we tested previously had an issue with audio on real racing 3. No lags or touch degradation was seen or felt during game play.
The Qmobile A20 was able to play out the games smoothly and without any lag, that is definite pro for the Qmobile. On the other hand the A20’s regular LCD screen limits viewing angles, so you might have a hard time showing off your game play to your pals. Also the screen is qHD so the level of graphic detail would be limited by that.
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