Just when we thought that the devices from China that scored 40k points in AnTuTu were impressive, a new record has been broken by the Onda v989 device, shown below. This model is an octa core tablet, that was previously said to achieve benchmarks of 48.000 points.

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Now it has reached a huge 55.527 and while that may seem fake and tweaked somehow, there’s a video proof below. The Onda V989 is a 9.7 inch Android tablet with a similar design to the iPad Air and interestingly, Onda didn’t rely on a MediaTek or Rockchip processor, instead going with the Allwinner octa core A80 chipset, clocked at 2 GHz. It also has 2 GB of RAM and a Retina-level display with a resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels.

The Onda v989 is a powerful tablet goes for less than 200 euros and integrates Android 4.4 KitKat in the mix, as well as an 8000 mAh battery and 4K video playback. I will certainly keep an eye on Allwinner-based tablets from now on, since this CPU seems to unlock a new wave of power inside slates.

  • DeianStancu

    The battle of crap CPU’s has begun. Scores, inflated by overclocking in factory won’t cut it for people that have a clue about hardware.
    This “octa” crap SoC has barely the GPU power of a Snpadragon 600 series, because Power VR 6230 has about 68GFLOPS, less than 2013’s phones and tablets. Even Tegra 4 has more GPU power.
    I think they like to play with numbers :)))

  • Frxiaomidevice Yht
  • Yvv

    26000 is the real score, it was fake software, you have been fooled