Verizon Ellipsis 7 4G LTE Tablet Review

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Verizon Ellipsis 7 4G LTE Camera and CPU Performance

I took the Ellipsis 7 tablet out shopping with me, fruits and vegetables are usually great in photos because of the bright colors.Unfortunately, the camera on the Verizon Ellipsis 7 tablet really didn’t impress me in the least. Many of the fruits in the pictures above were much brighter than what’s shown in the pictures. Another issue that I was encountering with the Ellipsis 7 camera was that it was slow to actually capture the image. There were an number of images that I shot, that if I moved the tablet to soon after trying to take the picture it would come out blurry.

These are a handful of the photos I took before I realized what was happening. Once you hit the button to take the picture the Ellipsis 7 Tablet would grab the screen, slide it over into the preview box and it looked like that’s what you’re getting. It wasn’t until I tried to preview the first of the pictures that I had taken did I realize that they were coming out blurry like this. Needless to say I wasn’t exactly impressed with what was happening with the pictures.

  Verizon Ellipsis 7 Google Nexus 7 Haier Digital2 D2-961G
Android Version 4.2.2 4.4.2 4.2.2
Antutu 13291 21034 10176
Quadrant 2.1.1 4822 5551 7778
SunSpider 1.0.2 1446.3ms 1004.5ms 2434.1ms
BrowserMark 2.0 1313 3013 1992
3DMark IceStorm 3184 Maxed out 2276
3DMark IceStorm Extreme   7730 1165
Vellamo Metal 446 765 274
CF-Bench 12921 15009 11096
GFXBench 3.0 T-Rex Onscreen 265 (4.7FPS) 844 (15.1FPS) 479 (8.6FPS)
GFXBench 3.0 T-Rex Offscreen 153 (2.7FPS) 916 (16.4FPS) 501(4.1FPS)
BaseMark X 963 13059 2566
  Higher Scores are better in all but SunSpider, Lower is better there

The Verizon Ellipsis 7 4G LTE tablet has a 1.2 GHz Quad-Core processor at the heart of it, at one point in time that was a beast of a processor. Now days though, it’s a  bit of a dog in the benchmarks. The Google Nexus 7 2nd generation tablet that Nate reviewed at the end of July 2013 was able to pretty well spank the Ellipsis 7 in each of the benchmarks. The Google Nexus 7 has a 1.5GHz quad-core Krait processor while the Ellipsis 7 is a 1.2GHz ARM Cortex A7 quad-core processor that just couldn’t keep up with the Nexus 7. A number of the benchmarks were considerably different between the Ellipsis 7 and Nexus 7. In Antutu the Ellipsis 7 scored 13291 while the Nexus 7 was 58% faster with a score of 21034. When running FutureMark IceStorm the Verizon Ellipsis 7 scored 3184, the Nexus 7 maxed out the basic score and hit 7730 in the Extreme version of the benchmark!

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  • scooby

    Ours works great love the 4g feature but tablet keeps shutting down and restarting if you are not using it hasn’t done it for a while though I think I might of fixed the ptoblem

  • http://www.stogiereview.com Mike – KnightRid

    Nice review for what seems to be a little below the line tablet. I would love to stay connected on the go but with the cost of data plans being ridiculously high, it just isn’t an option.

    If someone ever does a truly unlimited 4g (or above by that time) connection just like you get with your cable, dsl, fios, etc, they will take away business from everyone as long as they can sustain the hit in bandwidth.

    Wireless is just to darn expensive and limited to do more than small things on.