The Yu Yunique smartphone is the trimmed down version of Yuphoria, coming with the same processor but a lesser RAM capacity and lesser internal storage as well, with a smaller screen having the same 720p resolution on the front.
As always, we do a series of benchmark tests of the smartphone to see how the hardware does on standard benchmarks, though results usually vary on a regular usage with SIM cards installed. Check the benchmark scores below, and also see if the Yu Yunique supports USB OTG connectivity or not.
Yu Yunique Benchmark Test Scores
- Yu Yunique AnTuTu Benchmark Score: 18019
- Yu Yunique Quadrant Standard Benchmark Score: 12560
- Yu Yunique Geekbench 3 Single Core Score: 438
- Yu Yunique Geekbench 3 Multi-core Score: 1321
- Yu Yunique Basemark OS Overall score: 541
- Yu Yunique Basemark X score: 3910
- Yu Yunique Vellamo Metal Score: 770
- Yu Yunique Vellamo Multicore Score: 1130
- Yu Yunique GFX OpenGL Manhattan score: 4.0 fps
- Yu Yunique GFX OpenGL Manhattan offscreen score: 1.8 fps
- Yu Yunique Nenamark2 v2.4 score: 55.0 fps
It didn’t do so well with the benchmark scores, where even the Phicomm Energy 653 did a bit better job. Now, let’s head to check whether the Yu Yunique supports USB OTG connectivity.
Yu Yunique USB OTG Test
The Yunique, just like the Yu Yuphoria, supports USB OTG connectivity, and the support is seen for up to 32GB OTG drive, though we haven’t checked with a 64GB drive so cannot comment about it.
The default file manager in the Yunique shows the drive instantly, but sadly there is no option of safely removing the drive and you will get an error if you directly remove the drive without asking the phone to unmount it.
So, here was how the Yunique did on benchmark tests. If you feel we are missing out on any important test, do comment below and we’d perform the test on that as well.