Xiaomi Mi3 running Tegra 4 processor and 1080 display spotted in latest benchmarks


As the rumoured launch date draws closer, the Xiaomi Mi3 breaks cover once again in leaked benchmarks showing off a Nvidia Tegra 4 processor and 1080 display!

GFXBench is a 3D graphics benchmark suite which allows you to compare performance of phone and tablet GPU’s. The online database is also a treasure trove of facts which include a devices screen resolution, processor and more and guess which phone has just been spotted there?

Chinese tech site MyDrivers are claiming to have spotted the Xiaomi Mi3 over on GFXBench where the phone not only performed admirably against the Samsung Galaxy S4, HTC One and even the Nvidia Shield, but also let slip a few details about it hardware specs.

In particular this version of the Xiaomi Mi3 seems to be running a Nvidia Tegra 4 processor clocked at 1.8Ghz, packs a 1920 x 1080 display and is running Android 4.2.2 (current Xiaomi phones don’t run above Android 4.1).

xiaomi mi3 tegra 4 benchmarks

Although a great find it still doesn’t confirm that Xiaomi have finalised the Mi3 specification and we could see a change in processor before August 16th!

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66 Comments

  1. July 5, 2013

    K900?

  2. July 6, 2013

    Andi…. Could this be the China network mi3.
    Earlier rumour this year suggested two processor

    • July 6, 2013

      Perhaps

  3. ahmed
    July 6, 2013

    hey andi wht is the cheapest rate for xiaomi mi2 in china answer in dollars please

  4. Simon
    July 6, 2013

    If the launch date is August 16th, how long before its available to buy internationally ?

  5. Harald
    July 6, 2013

    It’s the Xiaomi

  6. liljohn
    July 6, 2013

    i prefer snapdragon 800, i heard that it is more energy friendly? and charging is faster?

  7. liljohn
    July 6, 2013

    NEITHER TEGRA 4 NOR SNAPDRAGON 800 COULD BEAT INTEL’S UPCOMING BAYTRAIL AND MERIFIELD, THERE IS A LEAKED ANTUTU SCORE OF BAYTRAIL POWERED TABLET, THE SCORE IS 43K++ AND THAT IS ONLY CLOCKED AT 1.1GHZ (MAX 2.1GHZ), MAYBE EVEN TEGRA 5 AND SNAPDRAGON 900 ARE NO MATCH….

    • Harald
      July 6, 2013

      Wow, I’m excited to see it

      • Amartya B
        July 6, 2013

        What bout the fact that baytrail takes 3 hours to charge?

        • Liljohn
          July 6, 2013

          I dont know, but intel stated that its not just very powerfull but also very efficient in battery use, if it could last for a full day or two on a single charge, no prob, is it not?

        • Liljohn
          July 6, 2013

          onepad, its
          powered only by intel’s old medfield,
          3g always on, wifi tether always on,
          sync 3 emails-1facebok-1twitter, make
          few phone calls n sms, whatsapp
          active, it could last for 19 hours! Is
          that gut enough? =)

        • Liljohn
          July 6, 2013

          My friend use asus fonepad, its
          powered only by intel’s old medfield,
          3g always on, wifi tether always on,
          sync 3 emails-1facebok-1twitter, make
          few phone calls n sms, whatsapp
          active, it could last for 19 hours! Is
          that gut enough? =)
          Baytrail will surely perform better

  8. July 6, 2013

    Well, Andi thanks for keeping us updated. The image above shows that mi3 is gonna have a really thin bezels, however, I’m not convinced of a tegra4 for the international version of mi3.

    I’m of the opinion that mi3, may host an Intel BayTrail or snapdragon 800 processor. (check my forum topic below the page)

    Let just keep watching…… 🙂

    • Liljohn
      July 6, 2013

      I dont think so…its not even released yet…..and baytrail is not for smartphones, its for tablet, Expected release date nov-dec. For smartphones, intel merifield, wait until early 2014

    • Simon
      July 6, 2013

      Where is your forum topic ?

      • mrliljohn@gmail.com
        July 6, 2013

        dun hev one, just a reader not a forum member…

      • liljohn
        July 6, 2013

        if what you mean is the intel baytrail and merifield, i read it on the net, i dont remember which site, just google it….

  9. July 6, 2013

    Of late, wait for Gizchina’s reviews are becoming similar to waiting for launch of phones from Jiayu……… Still waiting for review of Zopo C2, Zopo Zp980 and FAEA F1, since eternity….. 🙁

    • Airyl
      July 7, 2013

      Have patience, it’s just been 1 week.

  10. Guest
    July 6, 2013

    K900?

  11. Xiaolu
    July 6, 2013

    Strange… taking into account Xiaomi always used Qualcomm processors… since they received USD 90 millions (or so) to do so. But things change! I’d prefer QSD 800.

  12. Guest
    July 6, 2013

    Andi…. Could this be the China network mi3.
    Earlier rumour this year suggested two processor

    • Guest
      July 6, 2013

      Perhaps

  13. Jason
    July 6, 2013

    I also prefer Snapdragon 800, I think I have read somewhere that Snapdragon 800 is more power-efficient than Tegra 4.

  14. Liljohn
    July 6, 2013

    My friend use asus fonepad, its powered only by intel’s old medfield, 3g always on, wifi tether always on, sync 3 emails-1facebok-1twitter, make few phone calls n sms, whatsapp active, it could last for 19 hours! Is that gut enough? =)

  15. Liljohn
    July 6, 2013

    I dont think so…its not even released yet…..and baytrail is not for smartphones, its for tablet, Expected release date nov-dec. For smartphones, intel merifield, wait until early 2014

  16. Guest
    July 6, 2013

    hey andi wht is the cheapest rate for xiaomi mi2 in china answer in dollars please

  17. Liljohn
    July 6, 2013

    Maybe and hopefully, next year, xiaomi mi3s or mi4 will be powered by intel’s quadcore merifield, n they sell it in my country….. >o<

  18. Liljohn
    July 6, 2013

    Its powerfull, its eficient, and the best part is….they PROMISED it will be cheap ! =)
    They are going to dominate the market of mobile processor !

  19. Guest
    July 6, 2013

    If the launch date is August 16th, how long before its available to buy internationally ?

  20. Guest
    July 6, 2013

    It’s the Xiaomi

  21. July 6, 2013

    Not bad performance considering that previous Tegras have been pretty middle of the road performance-wise. I don’t think it will be the fastest chip around when it is released, however. The fact that the leaked benchmarks are for GFXbench 2.5 instead of the more shader-heavy 2.7 leads me to think that the Snapdragon 800 will offer better performance.

    The benchmarks I have linked from Anandtech are for the development tablet version of the S800 so clocks and performance will probably will certainly be a little lower to fit within a phone’s power envelope but it seems so much more powerful than the S600 chips that I’d be extremely surprised if the T4 could get close in graphically-intensive usage.

    It will be interesting to see how well NVIDIA manage to get the power consumption side of the T4 working as all the previous chips using Cortex-A15s have been rather power hungry!

  22. July 6, 2013

    Edit: Click my name for the Anandtech link. Sorry if that wasn’t clear.

  23. Guest
    July 6, 2013

    i prefer snapdragon 800, i heard that it is more energy friendly? and charging is faster?

  24. Guest
    July 6, 2013

    NEITHER TEGRA 4 NOR SNAPDRAGON 800 COULD BEAT INTEL’S UPCOMING BAYTRAIL AND MERIFIELD, THERE IS A LEAKED ANTUTU SCORE OF BAYTRAIL POWERED TABLET, THE SCORE IS 43K++ AND THAT IS ONLY CLOCKED AT 1.1GHZ (MAX 2.1GHZ), MAYBE EVEN TEGRA 5 AND SNAPDRAGON 900 ARE NO MATCH….

    • Guest
      July 6, 2013

      Wow, I’m excited to see it

    • Guest
      July 6, 2013

      What bout the fact that baytrail takes 3 hours to charge?

    • Guest
      July 6, 2013

      I dont know, but intel stated that its not just very powerfull but also very efficient in battery use, if it could last for a full day or two on a single charge, no prob, is it not?

    • Guest
      July 6, 2013

      onepad, its
      powered only by intel’s old medfield,
      3g always on, wifi tether always on,
      sync 3 emails-1facebok-1twitter, make
      few phone calls n sms, whatsapp
      active, it could last for 19 hours! Is
      that gut enough? =)

    • Guest
      July 6, 2013

      My friend use asus fonepad, its
      powered only by intel’s old medfield,
      3g always on, wifi tether always on,
      sync 3 emails-1facebok-1twitter, make
      few phone calls n sms, whatsapp
      active, it could last for 19 hours! Is
      that gut enough? =)
      Baytrail will surely perform better

  25. Guest
    July 6, 2013

    Well, Andi thanks for keeping us updated. The image above shows that mi3 is gonna have a really thin bezels, however, I’m not convinced of a tegra4 for the international version of mi3.

    I’m of the opinion that mi3, may host an Intel BayTrail or snapdragon 800 processor. (check my forum topic below the page)

    Let just keep watching…… 🙂

    • Guest
      July 6, 2013

      I dont think so…its not even released yet…..and baytrail is not for smartphones, its for tablet, Expected release date nov-dec. For smartphones, intel merifield, wait until early 2014

    • Guest
      July 6, 2013

      Where is your forum topic ?

    • Guest
      July 7, 2013

      dun hev one, just a reader not a forum member…

    • Guest
      July 7, 2013

      what forum do you mean? if its the review of asus fonepad that you are looking for, you can read it here, a reiew by sinosaurus (there are many other reviews)

      http://m.kaskus.co.id/thread/516f7e357e1243751000000f/waiting-lounge-asus-fonepad/

      and that is, if u understand indonesian language, bahasa indonesia, or just gugle translate it….

    • Guest
      July 7, 2013

      if what you mean is the intel baytrail and merifield, i read it on the net, i dont remember which site, just google it….

  26. Guest
    July 6, 2013

    Of late, wait for Gizchina’s reviews are becoming similar to waiting for launch of phones from Jiayu……… Still waiting for review of Zopo C2, Zopo Zp980 and FAEA F1, since eternity….. 🙁

    • Guest
      July 7, 2013

      Have patience, it’s just been 1 week.

  27. Guest
    July 6, 2013

    Strange… taking into account Xiaomi always used Qualcomm processors… since they received USD 90 millions (or so) to do so. But things change! I’d prefer QSD 800.

  28. Guest
    July 6, 2013

    I also prefer Snapdragon 800, I think I have read somewhere that Snapdragon 800 is more power-efficient than Tegra 4.

  29. Guest
    July 6, 2013

    My friend use asus fonepad, its powered only by intel’s old medfield, 3g always on, wifi tether always on, sync 3 emails-1facebok-1twitter, make few phone calls n sms, whatsapp active, it could last for 19 hours! Is that gut enough? =)

  30. Guest
    July 6, 2013

    I dont think so…its not even released yet…..and baytrail is not for smartphones, its for tablet, Expected release date nov-dec. For smartphones, intel merifield, wait until early 2014

  31. Guest
    July 6, 2013

    Maybe and hopefully, next year, xiaomi mi3s or mi4 will be powered by intel’s quadcore merifield, n they sell it in my country….. >o<

  32. Guest
    July 6, 2013

    Its powerfull, its eficient, and the best part is….they PROMISED it will be cheap ! =)
    They are going to dominate the market of mobile processor !

  33. Guest
    July 6, 2013

    Not bad performance considering that previous Tegras have been pretty middle of the road performance-wise. I don’t think it will be the fastest chip around when it is released, however. The fact that the leaked benchmarks are for GFXbench 2.5 instead of the more shader-heavy 2.7 leads me to think that the Snapdragon 800 will offer better performance.

    The benchmarks I have linked from Anandtech are for the development tablet version of the S800 so clocks and performance will probably will certainly be a little lower to fit within a phone’s power envelope but it seems so much more powerful than the S600 chips that I’d be extremely surprised if the T4 could get close in graphically-intensive usage.

    It will be interesting to see how well NVIDIA manage to get the power consumption side of the T4 working as all the previous chips using Cortex-A15s have been rather power hungry!

  34. Guest
    July 6, 2013

    Edit: Click my name for the Anandtech link. Sorry if that wasn’t clear.

  35. Dandmcd
    July 7, 2013

    Well, I’m hoping they stick with Qualcomm for all carrier devices, as the Tegra series have disappointed me far too much the last couple years. I’ve had bad luck with any device I’ve touched with an Nvidia chip inside it. The 2 processor choice will be nice, some people love Tegra for gaming, though I see little benefit to it.

  36. Guest
    July 7, 2013

    Well, I’m hoping they stick with Qualcomm for all carrier devices, as the Tegra series have disappointed me far too much the last couple years. I’ve had bad luck with any device I’ve touched with an Nvidia chip inside it. The 2 processor choice will be nice, some people love Tegra for gaming, though I see little benefit to it.

  37. ZecaMarol
    July 8, 2013

    Is the Xiaomi Mi3 going to have option for two chips (dual sim and dual standby)?

  38. Guest
    July 8, 2013

    Is the Xiaomi Mi3 going to have option for two chips (dual sim and dual standby)?

  39. Hecke
    July 9, 2013

    Will it have LTE?
    Thanks!

  40. Guest
    July 9, 2013

    Will it have LTE?
    Thanks!

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