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How We Tested Oppo's N1 Phablet

Oppo N1 Review: Future-Looking Phablet Or Oversized Flop?
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Benchmark Suite

Our current Android test lineup is comprised of six key sections: CPU, GPU, GPGPU, Web, Display, and Battery.

CPU
AnTuTu X, Basemark OS II Full, Geekbench 3 Pro, MobileXPRT 2013
GPU
3DMark, Basemark X 1.1 Full, GFXBench 3.0 Corporate
GPGPU
CompuBenchRS
Web
Browsermark 2.0, JSBench, Peacekeeper 2.0, WebXPRT 2013
Display
Brightness (Min/Max), Black Level, Contrast Ratio, Gamma, Color Temperature, Color Gamut Volume (sRGB/AdobeRGB)
Battery
Basemark OS II Full, BatteryXPRT 2014, GFXBench 3.0 Corporate

Test Methodology

All handsets are benchmarked on a fully-updated copy of the device’s stock software. The table below lists other common device settings that we standardize to before testing.

Bluetooth
Off
Brightness
200 nits
Cellular
SIM Removed
Display Mode
Device Default (non-adaptive)
Location Services
Off
Power
Battery
Sleep
Never (or longest possible interval)
Volume
Muted
Wi-Fi
On

Comparison System Specs

The table below contains all the pertinent technical specifications for today’s comparison units:

The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is joining us today to represent the N1's main competitor in the phablet market. And as usual, the iPhone 5s, Nexus 5, Meizu MX3, and Xiaomi Mi3 are in attendance to represent the latest SoCs from Apple, Qualcomm, Samsung, and Nvidia (respectively).

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