Benchmark performance of Sony Xperia C5 Ultra is just like Xperia C4 which is to be expected ’cause both the phones have the exact same chip-set. Mediatek 6752 is a pretty powerful chip-set but it isn’t powerful enough for 1080p displays you can read more about this in the gaming section below.
PCMark for Android
The first phone i used with this chip-set was HTC Desire 820S and it blew me away with its power. But now i am starting to see this chip-set’s weakness it’s weakness is gaming content at full HD resolution. See, Desire 820S had a HD display and every game ran buttery smooth on it. But on this phone graphic intensive games like Modern Combat 5 and Asphalt 8 runs with slight lag just like Xperia C4 the reason being the resolution those games run at.
Anyway that doesn’t make this phone bad for gaming(it’s actually very good for gaming because of its big screen) its just that you could have only one thing. Either full HD resolution or maximum settings. Out of which resolution is one thing which you can’t actually select on phones. So just keep the games at medium to low settings and they will run smoothly. And since this phone is big it has more space to dissipate the heat generating from the processor as a result it doesn’t get that much hot while playing games.
Regarding battery life while gaming, it lost around 10% of battery in a little less than an hour of gaming with WiFi on. OTG is supported but you can not install games on external micro SD card.
PS4 Remote Play App
The first requirement for this app is a PS4. Obviously. Next is just go to this page and download the modified remote play app. After that its pretty simple just sign in to your PSN ID or enter the code shown on your PS4 Remote Play setting in-to your phone and that’s it. You can play your PS4 games on your Sony Xperia C5 Ultra or any android smartphone now.
Remember remote play is highly dependent on your broadband speed. So, slow internet speed = choppy gameplay. Fast speed = smooth gameplay. And also it’s an unofficial port of the official PS4 Remote Play app, if anything happens to your device no one(i.e, neither me, nor the maker of the app) but only you will be responsible for it.