Coolpad’s new entry into the Indian market is with the Coolpad Note 3 smartphone, which is not a part of Dazen brand but just under Coolpad, and the device is aggressively priced at Rs. 8999, and one of the interesting features in the phone is the fingerprint scanner on the back.

Although the fingerprint scanner might be called the best feature, the Note 3 from Coolpad is not bad at all with the given specs, enough to compete against the other budget devices in this category. The phone comes with a Mediatek MT6753 octa-core chipset with 64-bit architecture, and there is 3GB of RAM along with it, telling you how well powered the phone is.

Coolpad Note 3 Benchmark

Although we might be able to judge about the performance only after a regular usage, the benchmark tests give a fair idea of how well the device is doing with the given internals. Check out how much does the Coolpad Note 3 score.

Coolpad Note 3 Benchmark scores

  • Coolpad Note 3 AnTuTu Benchmark Score: 35190
  • Coolpad Note 3 Quadrant Standard Score: 18384
  • Coolpad Note 3 Geekbench Single core Score: 610
  • Coolpad Note 3 Geekbench Multicore Score:2672
  • Coolpad Note 3 Vellamo Multicore Score: 1434
  • Coolpad Note 3 Vellamo Metal Score: 1156
  • Coolpad Note 3 3DMark Sling Shot using ES 3.1 Score: 183
  • Coolpad Note 3 3DMark Ice Storm Unlimited Score: 5255
  • Coolpad Note 3 3DMark Ice Storm Extreme Score: 3108
  • Coolpad Note 3 AnTuTu 3D Rating Score: 3642
  • Coolpad Note 3 GFX OpenGL Manhattan score: 6.4 fps
  • Coolpad Note 3 GFX OpenGL Manhattan offscreen score: 3.1 fps
  • Coolpad Note 3 GFX OpenGL T-Rex score: 14 fps
  • Coolpad Note 3 GFX OpenGL T-Rex offscreen score: 8.4 fps
  • Coolpad Note 3 GFX OpenGL ALU score: 40 fps
  • Coolpad Note 3 GFX OpenGL ALU offscreen score: 18 fps
  • Coolpad Note 3 GFX OpenGL Alpha Blending score: 1456 Mb/s
  • Coolpad Note 3 GFX OpenGL Alpha Blending offscreen score: 1590 Mb/s
  • Coolpad Note 3 GFX OpenGL Driver Overhead score: 20 fps
  • Coolpad Note 3 GFX OpenGL Driver Overhead offscreen score: 21 fps
  • Coolpad Note 3 Nenamark2 v2.4 score: 58.0 fps

Coolpad Note 3 USB OTG Test

Coolpad has very well managed the storage tab in the Settings, where the user will be able to see all the things separately – internal storage, MicroSD external storage, and the USB OTG storage. One can mount the USB drive and it will be shown there, indicating that the Coolpad Note 3 supports USB OTG connectivity.

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2 Comments

  • Vandit, Apr 20, 2016 @ 3:42 pm Reply

    I have been using Coolpad Note 3 for around 6 months and there’s no flaw or anything. Sometimes it lags but I can live with that. My main query is that I came to know there is a cable that can let u connect hard drives or pendrives directly with your phone. It’s an OTG cable and I ordered it, on the website it was written that the cable is compatible with all Android devices but when I connect it to my phone, my phone doesn’t detect the hard drive. The light of my hard drive glows which means it is successfully connected but I can’t access it on my phone. It is driving me crazy so pls if anyone has a solution to this problem, give 2 minutes of ur time and explain the process to me. Please

    • James, May 9, 2016 @ 3:39 am Reply

      Check with Pen drives. if it workes then it could support only only upto few memory of drives. (could be upto 32gb). Its my suggestion. If any experts here would suggest better.

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