I have done a review on the single core Wammy note and now the dual core Wammy note is available along with Jelly Bean update. There are some performance improvement with the JB update, check out this review to find out.
Since I have already covered the Wammy Note single core, I will be skipping some of the features like the camera sample images and 720p video which you can find on Wammy Note review (single core). The only difference between single core and this new Wammy note is the dual core processor and Jelly Bean OS.
The box pack content is the same – the handset, 2x 2500 mAh battery, charger, earphones, user guide and micro USB to USB cable.
What’s new in the Wammy note?
It’s with MTK6577 Dual Core @ 1.0GHz with PowerVR SGX531 GPU. Unfortunately the RAM and the internal storage are the same as on the single core version i.e. 512MB RAM and 4GB internal storage. All other features are the same. There is dual SIM, 3G, 2G, Wi-Fi, GPS with A-GPS, Bluetooth, micro USB port and 3.5mm jack.
The touchscreen is 5 inches with resolution 800×480 pixels. There is 8MP rear auto focus camera and front 1.3MP camera with video call support. SAR value is 0.495 W/kg.
- 121MB RAM free of the 512MB.
- 402 MB space for app installation of the 503 MB.
- Internal storage space is 1.95GB.
Jelly Bean OS does seem to have improved the performance. Here are the Benchmark scores.
- Quadrant Benchmark Score : 2935.
- Antutu Benchmark Score : 6353.
- Nenamakr2 Score : 22.2 fps.
- Linpack Score : Single : 40 | Multi thread : 63.
- Multi Touch : 5 point
You get two battery pack each of 2500 mAh capacity. On a full charger the handset will easily last for a full day.
Wammy Note dual core review
A good handset with good built, closely resembles the Samsung Galaxy S3. The price is on a higher side, even with the Jelly Bean toping, a 1GB RAM could have made a difference.
Dual core Wammy Note unboxing and review