Don't get fooled by seeing only one core in the processor of that chip – it's better optimized than ARM machines, and while it cannot beat the latest ARM-based Androids, it's definitely a close runner-up and a decent competitor in the mid-range. Folks from Russian tech blog Hi-tech quickly ran a few benchmarks to check out the performance, and on Quadrant for example the device scored around 4,000. Check out the rest of the benchmark test results below.
The MegaFon Mint also features 400MHz graphics that allow you to play back 1080p video. The 8-megapixel rear camera is very snappy, taking around 10 pictures in under a second with burst mode baked in.
Sadly, the MegaFon Mint is running on the antique Android 2.3.7 Gingerbread. It sports 16GB of internal memory (not expandable), and all of that comes for an off-contract price of $565 (17,990 roubles).