The Yu Yuphoria smartphone seems to have piqued users' interests within a day of its launch. The phone costs Rs. 6,999 and seems to take its competition head on. So, while we work on the review, here's a quick sneak peak on what we've found in the day that we've spent with it.
Both the Moto E (4G) and Yu Yuphoria come out ahead of the A6000 Plus on AnTuTu, presumably because of Vibe UI and its accompanying bloatware on the Lenovo A6000 Plus.
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GFX Bench Manhattan
Interestingly, the Adreno 306 seems more capable on the Moto E 4G when it comes to pure graphics performance. This is because of the smaller and lower resolution display on the Moto E. You'll notice that the Manhattan OffScreen test shows similar results for all three because of this.
While the Moto E (4G) has a 5MP camera, the Yuphoria and Lenovo A6000 Plus both come with 8MP rear shooters. Check out the test shots in the next slides to know more about the quality.
Note: Images in the following slides are cropped representations of the originals.
Indoor Fluorescent Lights
Left to right: Moto E, Lenovo A6000 Plus, Yu Yuphoria
The Yuphoria's camera is slightly dissapointing here. While it is definitely better than the Moto E in both colour reproduction and details, it doesn't match up to the Lenovo A6000 Plus and by extension, the Xiaomi Redmi 2.
Top to Bottom: Moto E, Lenovo A6000 Plus, Yu Yuphoria
There's a haze in all the images clicked by the Yu Yuphoria, which makes them seem washed out. You can see in this picture that while the colours are better than the Moto E, there's a definite haze on the Yellow, Pink and Red colours.
Build and Design
From a design point of view, the Yu Yuphoria is definitely the best looking phone out of the three. The metal around the sides looks nice, giving the phone a premium feel. In terms of sturdiness though, the Moto E (4G) seems to be the most sturdily built device.
Thickness and Size
While all three devices are pretty easy to hold, the Moto E is obviously the most compact. The Yureka's rounded edges though offer a nice overall feel, although the grip is the best on the Moto E, thanks to the rubber grip on its side.
The buttons on the side of the Yu Yuphoria are a recipe for disaster. The power button on our review device is already bent to one side. This is because it is bigger than the volume buttons and gets pressed on either the top or bottom, which over time bends it to the side it is being most pressed from. In the long run, it's not something that you would want in your smartphone.
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