This is known as the coolpad legacy breeze, and this is coming in at eighty dollars from boost mobile’s website. I’Ve also seen it at walmart for eighty dollars now, if you’re not familiar with these pay as you go or prepaid phones as i like to call them. Basically, you don’t have to sign a contract, you buy the phone outright and then you can sign up for service from let’s say boost mobile, because this is where this one’s from you’ll pay per month. They have tons of different plans and you can use the phone on their network and in the past, a lot of these no contract phones were super low in but checking out the specs on the brisa here, it’s, actually, looking really good at that 80 price tag. I was really surprised on what they could pack into this thing in this video i’m, going to be testing out the performance of this device, we’re going to run some benchmarks to some native android games, some emulation – maybe even some game streaming from stadia or xcloud, but Along with the phone itself, you’re also going to receive your charger and a usb type c cable and, to my surprise, this actually supports qualcomm quick charge and it comes with an 18 watt, quick charger in the box. Now, when checking out these cheaper phones there’s a few things that i look for the cpu and especially the display – and then this one here it looks great it’s, a 6.
53 ips display, but it supports hdr 10. So those colors are super rich on this thing: it’s, not an amoled display from samsung or anything like that. Those are going to be much better, but at that 80 price tag, this is a great display on this phone. So taking a look at the bottom of the phone here does support usb type c for charging and syncing, and it looks like it might have dual stereo speakers, but unfortunately, only one of these is a loudspeaker. The other one contains the microphone taking a look at the right hand, side of the unit. We have our standard power button and volume rocker on the top. We have two more pinhole microphones and they’ve left the headphone jack for us. So we still have that 3.5. Millimeter audio jack over, on the left hand, side we have our sim slash micro, sd card slot, and i have tested up to a 128 gigabyte card in here and it works just fine. Now, as for the specs on the coolpad legacy, barisa for the cpu, we have the snapdragon 665. This is an octa core arm cpu at two gigahertz, the gpu is the arduino 610. We have three gigabytes of ram 32 gigabytes of internal storage, plus support for a micro sd card. The display is a 6.5 inch ips at 2340×1080 and it does support hdr10 a 4000mah battery with support for 18 watt quick charging, and it does come with an 18 watt quick charger in the box, ac wi fi.
So we can pick up that five gigahertz network bluetooth 5.0. As for the rear cameras, we have two a 16 megapixel and a five and the front camera is actually another 16 megapixel and the unit’s running android 10 straight out of the box. There’S no word. If it’ll be upgraded to android 11 or not down the road on paper, i mean this is looking really good for an 80 phone, especially paired with that snapdragon 665 it’s. Definitely not a top of the line chip but i’ve tested more expensive phones with the 662 that have performed quite well at a higher price point. So i suspect that this is going to be a really nice little performing budget phone. So overall usability has been really great. I mean it’s super snappy, as you can see here. Like i mentioned, this is running android 10 and there is a bit of bloat there’s, no games or anything like that, but it did come. Pre installed with a few extra applications that can be disabled or deleted, like amazon shopping, the boost, mobile app, there’s, voicemail and there’s a thx app, because this does support thx sound only through the headphone jack, but other than that. Like i mentioned, there’s no games or anything and most of this stuff can be uninstalled or disabled, except for the boost mobile app and the thx sound app. So, as we know, this does have an hdr10 display in it and if we head over here to youtube, we can get hdr videos, but the highest resolution is 1080p.
This one is 1080p 60fps with hdr enabled go ahead and full screen it here now. This does look really good for a budget phone i’m super surprised at how nice this screen is, and the sound isn’t bad either. Music, i’m, not sure how well it’s coming across on camera, but with that hdr enabled we get some really deep blacks and some awesome coloration with these videos, Music. Taking a look at the settings in netflix, we can get full hd video because we do have wide vine level 1, but unfortunately, it doesn’t support hdr, which is kind of odd because we do have an hdr display. So the next thing i wanted to do is run a few benchmarks. So first up we have geekbench 5 single core 308 multi 1320, definitely not flagship scores, but let’s move over to 3dmart. We have slingshot xtreme. This is testing out opengl with a total score of 1153 and finally antutu coming in with a total score of 168 350.. So if we were looking at this as a more expensive phone, it definitely wouldn’t be impressive, but i think these are some really decent scores for the price paid here now, it’s time to move over to some native android gaming and see what we can play on This thing first up, we have minecraft. Now, when i run this game on lower end devices, i usually have to go into the settings and turn fancy graphics off and also turn the chunks down.
But with this one here, i didn’t even have to open up the settings menu we’re at 14 chunks with fancy graphics on and it’s running perfectly fine. So if you want to do minecraft on something like this you’re going to have no issue whatsoever next up, we have a racing game and i just chose this from the top charts. It’S rebel racing and it’s fully playable looks great frame, rate’s fine, moving up to something a little harder to run. We have call of duty mobile. I turn the frame rate to maximum shadow’s off, but i do have the graphics set to high and it’s running great. Here now, when it comes to call of duty mobile, i do want to give the developers props they’ve optimized this very well for lower end devices. I’Ve had really good luck with it, but it’s running really smooth here, as you can see, and finally, we have gentian impact, which is a pretty hard game to run now with this one here, i’ve set the frame rate to 30 and the graphics to low, but As you can see, this is playable it’s actually running way smoother than i thought it would now there’s one issue with this game. You can’t get it from google play with this device for some reason: it’s incompatible. I guess they think the device is too low in to run this game, so i had to sideload this from aptoide and keep in mind.
I mean the settings are on low we’re at 30fps, but to see it running this well without a ton of stutters is really impressive. In my opinion, moving over to a little bit of emulation. First up we have some dreamcast, i mean if you want to do anything underneath dreamcast it’s, going to work out just fine i’m using the redrain emulator here, i’m upscaled to 1280 by 960 and it’s running great by the way. The controller i’m using here is a usb type c controller and it’s known as the razer kishi. I got one more dreamcast game to test here and then we’ll move up the psp, so here’s sonic adventure, 2 running great, still upscale to 1280 by 960, and, like i mentioned, if you want to do anything under dreamcast, even n64 it’s going to run flawlessly on This device next up, we have psp using ppsspp i’m at 2x resolution with daxter here i also tested a harder to emulate game and i did have to take the resolution down a little bit, but it still ran it really well and we’ll. Take a look at that next i’m, using the vulcan back in and i’m really impressed with psp emulation on this device, the harder one that i tested here was ghost of sparta instead of 2x. I took it down to one but we’re at 60.. Now, when it comes to the harder to emulate stuff like ps2 and 3ds, this device is gon na, be hard pressed to run anything at full speed.
But there are some gamecube games that will be fully playable on this thing, like wind, waker, using dolphin mnj, and the final thing i wanted to test here was a little bit of game streaming. I also tested out stadia and geforce now both work really well. Personally. I’M, a big fan of xcloud, so here we are streaming forza, horizon 4 from xcloud it does have ac wi, fi so i’m on my 5 gigahertz network and streaming works great. So in the end i think the coolpad legacy brisa is a really great budget device. Now, personally, i wouldn’t pay over a hundred dollars for this device, even seeing the performance in this video, but, like i mentioned as making this video it’s sitting at 80 bucks on boost mobile and i think it’s totally worth that price tag. We got that beautiful 6.5 inch, hdr 10 display 4 000 milliamp hour battery 21 hours of talk time, and if you want to just do video playback on this, you can get around eight hours of video playback sitting around 40 brightness on this screen here. When gaming it’s gon na be a bit different depending on what games you’re running, because it definitely stresses out that cpu and gpu, which pulls more power, but it does support 18 watt quick charging. So you can get this thing back up pretty quickly. I think it’s got great sound out of that single speaker and for 80 dollars. I can highly recommend this now on boost mobile’s website.
They say that this is normally 160 and personally i haven’t seen it at 160.. I’Ve seen it at 80 and 100 since it’s been released, but if it ever does go back up. I couldn’t recommend this at that 160 dollar price tag only at 80 to 100. Could i recommend this and at that price point it’s really hard to complain on what we’re getting here but that’s going to wrap it up for this video? I really appreciate you watching if you want to see anything else running on this device.