by February 7, 2014 0 comments

Wicked Leak added Wammy Titan 3 to its repertoire but the most interesting take away about the device is its uncanny resemblance with Galaxy Note 3 and with 5.7 inch display, the similarities are hard to overlook. However, priced at less than Rs 18,000 the Titan 3 is more of a budget alternative than anything else.

Is it the real deal?
The display may be of full HD (1920×1080 resolution) quality but in real time usage it looks washed out, faded and not bright to the level of a full HD quality. That said the look, feel and build quality is quite good for its pricing but from there on Titan 3 represents the value at which it has been priced.

The quad-core chipset with 1 GB RAM deals with performance admirably but when moving to multi-tasking there are some lag issues we noticed. Light gaming activity should not pose much of a problem but the graphic detail is not the best. The cameras are strictly average and can be used for day-to-day activities without expecting too much.

The stylus is missing which could have added more points for the phablet. During our battery test of HD video on Wi-Fi at full brightness, the Titan 3 ran for over four and half hours and normal usage offered over 16 hours life. In terms of raw performance, it scored 15469 on Antutu, 4721 on Quadrant, 1871 on 3DMark Ice Storm Extreme and 1581 on Vellamo HTML5.

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