While the Flare series has taken most of the spotlight among Cherry Mobile’s smartphones, let’s not forget they have a few other nice entry level options. The Cherry Mobile Omega HD Duo is one such option, sporting a 5 inch HD screen, 2GB RAM, and 16GB of storage. It’s far from a world beater, but good enough for someone who’s buying their first smartphone. I was able to get my hands on this phone a while back and will be coming out with a full review soon. In the meantime, here are some benchmark scores!
This first set of scores are your typical number crunching benchmarks that try to gauge overall performance. The Omega HD Duo doesn’t exactly blow anything out of the water, but it’s important to temper your expectations as this is an entry level smartphone.
- Antutu – 33,791
- PC Mark Work 2.0 – 2,099
- Geekbench CPU
- Single-core – 542
- Multi-core – 1,437
- Geekbench Compute – 1,069
This second set of scores are for gaming benchmarks. Again, it doesn’t do well, so gamers will want to steer clear of the Omega HD Duo. However, it should do just fine on more casual games like Candy Crush.
- GFXBench T-Rex – 5.5fps
- 3DMark Ice Storm Extreme – 1,218
From a pure performance standpoint, you can’t expect much from the Omega HD Duo, and it does have its merits. Watch out for the full review soon!