Meizu has recently launch Meizu Pro 5 with Samsung’s Exynos 7420 chipset, and we already said that it surpasses Samsung’s latest high-end Galaxy Series phones in terms of benchmark score. Now we have graphic view that you can see based on Antutu Benchmark Report.
CPU performance Benchmark Comparison
You can see in the Antutu Benchmark graphic view that Meizu Pro 5 is leading in CPU performance, and Samsung Galaxy S6 holds the Second Position, they both have the same Chipset though. LeTV MAX and Xiaomi Mi Note Pro both features Snapdragon 810 SoC, so both are almost with the same score. Moto X Style features Snapdragon 808 SoC and the rest of the devices also downgraded Chipset, so there will obviously score less.
3D Graphic Performance Benchmark Comparison
In 3D graphic performance benchmark, Meizu Pro 5 still leads and Galaxy S6 is still at the second positions even it features 2K display compared to 1080 pixels in Meizu Pro 5. Mi Note Pro has pushed LeTV Max behind, and rest of the devices are at its usual position.
RAM Performance Benchmark Comparison
Samsung has already been criticized about Bad RAM management issue in Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge, and you can see the result here. Meizu Pro 5 and Samsung Galaxy S6 both features the same Exynos 7420 SoC, but Meizu Pro 5 is the leader and Galaxy S6 has gone far behind, even Under Moto X Style that features Snapdragon 808 SoC.
CPU Integer Benchmark Comparison
This is kind of surprising that Meizu Pro 5 still leads buy Huawei P8 with Kirin 930 SoC has pushed Samsung Galaxy S6 behind. Mi Note Pro and LeTV Max with Snapdragon 810 also failed to stand agains Kirin 930 in terms of CPU integer. It seems Kirin 930 works very well when it comes to CPU float-point.
You may also like to check, Benchmark comparison of Kirin 950 VS Snapdragon 820 VS Exynos 7420
The battle is not over. There are so many news Chips are on its way, like Snapdragon 820, Kirin 950, Exynos 8890 (Mongoose M1) and Mediatek Helio X20. There is no smartphone with these chips so far, and we will know which one performs well, probably in the first quarter on 2016.
[Image credit : Antutu]