Look and feel
iberry has left no room for errors with the Auxus Nuclea N1. The device features a 9.6 mm slim body along with 73.5 mm width edge to edge,
allowing this big 5 inch smartphone to fit easily in the palm and still leave room for single-handed operations. The black color finish suits the
device and makes it look sleek. iberry has decided to go in for a thinner bezel making the device sleek, and to add color the company has even
included free back panels inside the box.
The body of Auxus Nuclea N1 features rounded edges and the display window has a slight taper towards the corners that makes the device
comfortable for the user’s ears too. The top features a metallic strip that gives it a distinct look. The right side placement of the power/standby
keys really makes them easy to access.
Overall, the build quality of the device is sturdy and it can survive minor accidental falls quite well. The company has used Corning Gorilla Glass
3 with the Auxus Nuclea N1, making the device less prone to damage during falls and scratches. This is the cheapest device to feature Gorilla
Display and touch
The display on the Auxus Nuclea N1is built using Active matrix technology, which has been combined with One Glass solution in order to
improve its performance. Native resolution supported by the device is full high definition 1920 x 1080 pixel at 5 inches, making it great for
viewing HD movies as well as playing HD games. The display on the Auxus Nuclea N1 works brilliantly and has great contrast as well as color
vibrancy. The maximum brightness supported by the display makes it usable in sunlight as well. As one of the key USPs of the device the display
impresses at every possible time. The viewing angles offered by Auxus Nuclea N1 are wide and image reproduction is great.
On the performance front the Auxus Nuclea N1 scores 12,540 on the Antutu benchmark. This in simpler words puts it in terms of performance
above the older Samsung Galaxy Note and even the Google Nexus 7 tablet. To further stress test the hardware we used Vellamo from
Qulacomm in which the device neared Samsung Galaxy S3 with 522 points in metal or hardware while scoring 1532 points in the HTML 5 test on
which most web applications work these days. Overall the device offers ample performance
Camera and multimedia
The 13 megapixel camera on Auxus Nuclea N1 offers good image capture quality with tight focus and LED flash compensating for brightness
wherever the need arises. Also, the device has a backlight sensor so low light pictures are well lit, and even with a little illumination better
results are produced. For videos the Auxus Nuclea N1 can take 1080p HD video, which is great. Another major plus for the Auxus Nuclea N1 is
its 8 megapixel front facing camera which is the sharpest front facing camera on a low cost device.
On the multimedia front this device supports generic Android
formats, plus like on any other Android device there’s a plethora of applications
available on Android marketplace, which is now called the Google Play Store. The Auxus Nuclea N1 comes with a preloaded look away player
that tracks the user’s eyes so it can pause the video the moment the user looks away. Along with that there is a gesture player for media as
well, so just hover the hand over the device to control calls, media and so on.
Battery backup is a major plus for the iBerry Auxus Nuclea N1. The device easily lasts for 1-1.5 days between charges with normal use. Heavy
users can drain the battery while playing high definition games faster but even doing that the device manages somewhere close to 4-5 hours.
Overall the battery backup of this big screen device is good, and even with a 2800 mAh battery the device manages to weigh under 121 grams.