Today’s Android world and community is developing and increasing at a rapid rate. There are various mobile devices such and smartphones and tablets which are getting released in every direction. We use the devices for the sake of using them and not paying attention to the changes which are stacked up from time to time. Many Android developers and gadget analysts are interested in these changes and alterations so because of this need, a concept and feature called “benchmarks” was born which provides a use a rough way to keep track of a device. As of now, have a look at the reality vs benchmark results of the well known Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 HD+.
With respect to reality, the Yoga Tablet 10 HD+ in terms of performance is a bit low compared to other tablets available in the market today. Even though the tablet is decked up with a Snapdragon 400 processor it is comparatively slow. Every touch that is made on the screen is not that pleasant and on an overall take from us we feel that this tablet is not the end of the tablet world.
There are scrolling issues but it is expected because of the processor. Websites load at a decent rate compared to various equal tablets. Downloading and web browsing is just okay. In case you are watching a video on YouTube and want to switch the screen to check your messages, there will be a lag felt while switching screens. It is not the best multi-tasking tablet. In terms of purchasing, if you are look at a fair performance tablet then go for the Yoga Tablet 10 HD+ as it will be able to carry our easy tasks and certain 3D games as well.
|Geekbench 3||432 (single-thread) 1352 (multi-thread)|
|3DMark Ice Storm Unlimited||4133|
According to source, the Yoga Tablet 10 HD+ performs just the way a device with a same processor should perform. The Yoga Tablet 10 HD+ should not be considered as a gaming tablet.