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August 07, 2014

CM Tegra Note 7 Benchmark and Gaming/Speaker Test

While we prep up the review for the Cherry Mobile Tegra Note 7, here are some quick tests  and demonstrations we did with the tablet. We benchmarked it, tried out its DirectStylus on its SketchBookX app, and played a couple of racing and shooter games on it.

Here’s a short video on the CM Tegra Note 7 as we briefly tried it out.

We first ran an AnTuTu Benchmark where it scored 33,499 which is pretty impressive. This is understandable, though, as it packs a powerful Tegra 4 processor clocked at 1.8GHz paired with the company’s 72-core GeForce GPU. During gameplay, there were no major lags involved as you could see on the sample video.

CM_TegraNote7

Its front-facing stereo speakers are effective and immersive as well. Since it is mainly a gaming and multimedia tablet, having dual speakers facing you is the way to go. The volume levels on the video are its normal sound and weren’t enhance at all during editing.

NVIDIA’s DirectStylus is a passive stylus that sort of acts like an active one by having a pressure-sensitive function. We tried using it on the SketchBookX app and the results were surprising as users can make it work to their advantage to apply different strokes. As you have seen, you can easily come up with your own artworks when you want to take a break from playing games and watching videos on the tablet.

Cherry Mobile Tegra Note 7 specs:
7-inch HD (1280 x 800) IPS display, 216ppi
1.8GHz NVIDIA Tegra 4 quad-core (+1 core) CPU
72-core NVIDIA GeForce GPU
1GB RAM
16GB internal storage
up to 32GB via microSD
5 megapixel rear camera
VGA front camera
WiFi 802.11 b/g/n
Bluetooth 4.0 LE
micro HDMI port
micro USB 2.0 port
GPS, GLONASS
Android 4.4 KitKat
4,100mAh battery
Chisel Tip Stylus
Front-facing Stereo Speakers w/ Bass Reflex Port
199 x 119 x 9.6mm
320g
Price: Php9,999

That’s it for now, folks! We will soon put up the review of this gaming tablet so stay tuned! Any particular tests you want us to do? Leave them on the comments section below.

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19 Responses to “CM Tegra Note 7 Benchmark and Gaming/Speaker Test”

  1. Paul says:

    Sir Kevin, please try to test PPSSPP PSP Emulatoron the tegra note 7 :D

  2. wow_just_wow says:

    tegra for only “P,999″.. how nice..

    Nobody cares to proof read their posts, so long as, I can only guess, they’d be the first one to publish the story.. jeez..

    you’ve gotta reputation to maintain.. moreso, a face..

  3. yuhturi says:

    Philippine tech sites are all pieces of shits. Horrible writing and completely bias. Most articles are paid advertisements. Total and complete opposite of what tech blogs should be.

  4. peeyaj says:

    Horrible horrible grammar. You should be ashamed publishing articles like this.

  5. marv0083 says:

    Hi Kevin,

    try out Antutu benchmark with “Maximize Performance” clear out all running application see if it breaks the 33,499 barrier. I tried mine and it hits 35k antutu score see below screenshot :)

    https://fbcdn-sphotos-c-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-xfa1/t1.0-9/1912467_10152153069131104_8107144823564088414_n.jpg

    Try these games they are Tegra 4 optimized games
    DOA2
    Deadtrigger2
    Defenders

    If you have Bluetooth controller like F710 try to hook it up and play games console style

    Please try the HDR pano, HDR burst, HDR video and Slow motion video

    Disclaimer I’m from NVIDIA

  6. MrPhabletBulacan says:

    kain lugaw naman itong cm tegra note sa asus memopad me176cx na tig 6799 mas mainam piliin kung di ka naman nagdodrawing. pero ako hintay ko fonepad version ng m3176c, same features better camera and sms/calling capabilities at sub 10k price

    • Easy E says:

      TN7 is geared kasi sa heavy gpu usage katulad ng gaming, video processing, drawing etc. Kung di ka malakas sa ganyang apps, dun ka na sa sinasabi mo. Mababa lang mga gpu ng regular tablets like mga MALI ‘mp=single core, ‘mp2=dual, ‘mp4=quad.

  7. Joylove says:

    please test playback of a h.264 10-bit file & XBMC for Android.

  8. Easy E says:

    Proof readers ng blog na ito ay yung mga commenters. Iniedit nalang pag may nakapansin. Sus. Walang silbi ang *senior editor*

  9. Darwin says:

    edi kayo na magagaling,
    ang galing2x nyo pala eh…

  10. lawrence says:

    OT. bakit ang daming laitero pagdating sa grammar ng writers sa blog na ‘to? kung hindi kayo bilib sa grammar ng mga nagsusulat dito e di wag na kayo bumisita sa site na ‘to. hanap kayo ng ibang site na perfect ang grammar at dun na lang kayo magbasa.

    puwede naman I-point out ng maayos pag may napansing hindi tama.

    “Philippine tech sites are all pieces of shits. Horrible writing and completely bias. Most articles are paid advertisements. Total and complete opposite of what tech blogs should be.”

    hindi naman siguro lahat…. pero baka puwedeng gawa ka ng sarili mong techblog. isa ako sa magiging avid fan mo! :-)
    nga lang, parang hindi din perfect ang English grammar mo e. may mga flaws din. kung magaling ka talaga, hindi ko na kailangan I-point out kung ano ang mali. :-p

  11. nvtech says:

    company’s firts ever 72 core gpu? how about gtx titan? or mobile gpu lang?

  12. Zobel says:

    Lagyan nyo naman turing number comments section nyo. Daming spammers.

  13. Thor says:

    Are you going to do a tutorial on how to root Tegra Note 7? That would be awesome.

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