YU Yutopia: Benchmarks, Gaming and Questions

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Micromax’s subsidiary Yu Televentures launched the Yutopia smartphone yesterday. At a price of Rs. 24,999, the device has some solid features like an all-metal body and Snapdragon 810 chipset along with 4 GB of RAM. We put the device to test and checked its hardware and graphic capabilities.

Have a look at our benchmark, gaming and heating test:

The device sports a 5.2-inch quad HD IPS display, powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 chipset, with 4 GB of RAM and 32 GB storage. There is a 3000mAh battery pack with Quick Charge 2.0 feature, which means that the phone will be equipped with charging capabilities up to 75% faster than conventional charging mechanisms. The device runs on Android 5.1 Lollipop with Cyanogen OS 12.1.

We ran AnTuTu and Vellamo on our device and here are its scores along with OnePlus 2, and Nexus 5X:



 OnePlux 2

Qiku Q Terra

AnTuTu 60369  54929  65164
Vellamo (Metal) 1346  1678  2226

So, as you can see above, Yutopia scored 60,369 in the AnTuTu test and does better than OnePlus 2 but falls short of Qiku Terra’s score. However, a score of 60K is decent in our opinion. The Yutopia does poorly in comparison to the other two devices in the single core Vellamo test.

Questions Answered

The fingerprint scanner on the back is fast and responsive, and unlocks the phone quickly. The response time is right up there with the HTC One A9 and iPhone 6s.

There have been several queries regarding the OTG support on the device. We checked out this aspect and found that Yutopia does support OTG.

The device surprisingly does not heat up and after playing games like Asphalt 8, the phone stayed under 40-degree celsius, which is a sigh of relief for a device sporting a Snapdragon 810 chipset

We will have the full review of the Yu Yutopia soon. Meanwhile, you can click here to watch our unboxing and hands-on video.

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  • dsktheterror

    Online steaming in yutopia is make the phone heats..?
    And How many hours can hold the battery last while steaming online..?

  • Divyansh Kumar

    thinking to buy it but concerned about after sales service

  • thehunteds

    keep it and be happy. who cares?

  • thehunteds

    are you mad bro?

  • thehunteds

    can you explain how 1+2 is better than this?

  • thehunteds

    very good phone. People who compare or tell o 1+2 is better or lenovo P1 is better are pretty numb. Let them speak when mi if release 2K phone for this price.

  • JdmAaravRaj

    Does yu yutopia supports volte and volwifi calling feature

  • sameerm02

    Is this ph also shutoff its A57 core while web browsing just like oneplus2 does ?

  • Rajan Singh

    Watching the initial review video, device seems pretty good. Surprisingly it doesn’t heat up, and this is nice. Fingerprint scanner appears extremely quick. I want camera test results as soon as possible. At the same time i would say that the testing procedure of iGyaan is fabulous. Especially i liked holding the device in the hand while graphics testing for a long time unshakably. Hope soon company would drop its price to 20K to make it more attractive buy. Tough i must say that this device is made of hi-end expensive components and even 25K price seems not unjustified.

  • Shivam Khatri

    Fake benchmarks of one plus 2
    One plus two scores 59k rather than 54k

  • Shivam Khatri

    Cyanogenmod explained in few mins of vid U0001f631

  • Akash

    5.2-inch screen with QHD display… U0001f602 Really it is logical combination… U0001f602U0001f602

  • Midhun Chandra M B

    1+2 is better!

  • Deepith Sharma

    Please review battery backup and camera quality #Barath nagpal

  • Bharath H Gowda

    Arvind Suresh ..check this

  • Girish Nitin Panchal

    yaar itna hype kia YU ne,. it ranked 12th on antutu..

  • Osama Mirza

    I think they should make it a bit cheaper , maybe 17-19k :/

  • Suraj Kela

    Priced Too High Was Expecting 18-20k Pricing. Sorry Won’t Buy It And Happy with My Lenovo Vibe P1 ?

  • Durga Srinivas Betha

    Thanks waiting for it

  • Hremant

    Anshuman so what now? Are you gonna get it?

  • vynyth

    igyaan I wish there could be a weekly tech talk by bharat nagpal. Loved the last one about Xiaomi. :)