[Comparison] Likebook Mars and Onyx Boox Note Plus



Likebook Mars
Single Core: 580
Multi Core: 1785

Onyx Boox Note Plus
Single Core: 837
Multi Core: 2022

Battery test

Charged 100% then played 30 mins of browsing using Dolphin Browser.

Testing environment:
Charged 100% then refresh Yahoo News AU every 30 seconds for 30 minutes on Dolphin Browser (Tab reload plugin enabled)

Wi-Fi: Turned on
Bluetooth: Turned on
GPS: Turned on
Background apps: No
Light: No

Battery capacity:
Onyx Boox Note Plus: 4100mAh
Boyue Likebook Mars: 3100mAh

After 30 minutes:
Onyx: decreased by 12% or 492mAh
Boyue: decreased by 10% or 310mAh

2 thoughts on “[Comparison] Likebook Mars and Onyx Boox Note Plus

  1. T-Bone Walker

    I am confused. The specs indicate that Likebook Mars has a 1.5 GHZ processor but according to Geekbench results you device has a 1.2 GHZ processor. Do you know why? I am also surprise octa-core processor is slower than quad-core processor.

    1. K Post author

      Chipset RK3288 on Boox Note Plus is basically better than RK3368 on Likebook Mars. However, when running multiple tasks RK3368 should perform better.
      Also RK3288 is better in hardware decode whereas RK3368 is better in software decode.
      RK3288 is their flagship chipset and 3368 is not. They make GPU and some other parts lower than RK3288.
      1.5 GHz means its peak frequency and I believe RK3368 runs most time only on 1.2G which might explain why the GeekBench4 result shows 1.2 GHz. Well, just my two cents 🙂

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