The Wammy Magnus from Wickedleak is a 10.1 inch tablet with IPS screen sporting a resolution of 1280×800 pixels powered by a Quad core processor with 2GB RAM and 16GB internal storage. The tablet is priced at Rs. 15,499 (shipping extra).

Magnus Box Pack
The packing is simple, its big cause of the tab size. There are no specifications mentioned on the box pack. Inside the box you will find the tablet, USB to micro USB cable, USB to micro USB OTG cable, power adapter and user guide.

Wammy Magnus weighs around 620 grams the screen is 10.1 inches. The front panel is glossy white and sliver colour matt finish running on the sides as well as the rear. There is a front camera and no buttons on the front side.

On the top right you will find the power/lock button and volume rockers. On the right side there is DC in port, micro USB, Micro SD, HDMI, 3.5mm jack and mic. The tablet is comfortable to hold and is about 13 mm thick.

The IPS 10.1 inch capacitive screen supports resolution of 1280×800 pixels. The screen quality is very good and so is the viewing angle. The screen supports 10 point multi touch. The screen is good for reading, watching movies, playing games and surfing.

Wammy Magnus box pack

Inside the hood and performance
The Magnus is powered by 1 GHz Quad core processor Sun6i (Allwinner A31) with PowerVR SGX 544MP. The performance is smooth without lags. The tab also comes with 2GB RAM and 16GB internal storage along with micro SD slot that can house cards of up to 32GB.

  • Of 2GB RAM – you get 1.1GB free.
  • Of 16GB storage – 1GB is allocated for apps of which 849MB is free. The internal storage space is 12GB free. Bigger Apps get directly installed on the internal storage (12GB).

Benchmark scores

  • Quadrant Benchmark: 1st test – 2900, 2nd test – 2966.
  • Antutu Benchmark: 12571.
  • NenaMark 2 : 58.7fps
  • Linpack : Single 30, Multi 86.
  • Multi Touch: 10 point.

Wammy Magnus review

Connectivity and Entertainment
There is no built in 3G, Bluetooth or GPS. You can however connect external (supported) 3G Dongle. There is Wi-Fi, micro USB and 3.5mm jack. The sound is loud and there are dual speakers on the rear side. The tab can easily play 1080p videos.

There is 2MP rear camera which is no good. The front camera is in fact better even though it’s of a VGA quality.

I did test few games angry birds, temple run etc which did work well.  I tried the NOVA 3 it does work. However it takes a lot of time about 4 to 5 minutes for loading. But it works. NOVA 3 game is smooth, you can check the video demo at the end of the article. With Android 4.2 upgrade probably the abnormal loading time may be fixed.

The battery is of 8000mAh capacity as mentioned on the Wickedleak site and I think it can easily last for over 5 and a half hours of continuous usage.

The Wickedleak site mentions that the tablet can play 4K videos (4096×2160). However there is issue with the 4K videos they do not play smoothly with audio sync-out. Wickedleak have confirmed the issue which according to them is OS related. They also mentioned that the Android 4.2 upgrade will fix this issue.

Wammy Magnus review
The tab is a bit pricy at 15,499 but comes powered packed with 2GB RAM and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS (upgradable to 4.2). The tab is good for users who want to use it for reading, browsing and for entertainment. Battery life is good. The Magnus can play a lot of games but don’t expect every game to work.

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Wammy Magnus unboxing and review video

NOVA 3 game demo on Wammy Magnus

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By Rajeev Rana

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