JiaYu S3 Antutu shows 64bit MT6752 benchmarks


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JiaYu have posted more teasers of their JiaYu S3 flagship which include Antutu Benchmarks for the 64bit MT6752 onboard processor.

The JiaYu S3 showed up in photos yesterday and now we have Antutu benchmarks of the phone showing what numbers can be achieved from the 64 bit MT6752 Mediatek processor.

Jaime have opted for the 1.7Ghz version of the octacore MT6752, along with 2GB RAM and a 5.5-inch 1920 x 1080 display. Running Antutu version 5.1 the result is a benchmark of 36,776 points.

Benchmarks are only part of the picture so the real proof in performance will be how well the phone handles everyday tasks and gaming. We also look forward to seeing how well the advanced version with 3GB RAM handles things.

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36 Comments

  1. November 4, 2014

    36,776 points on Antutu isn’t that spectacular if my MT8392 Cube Talk 9X can achieve almost 30,000 points. I’d rather go with MT6595 as that looks like it’s more capable.

    • Camaman
      November 11, 2014

      Isn’t that the 40.000 capable tablet?

      • November 11, 2014

        Well you have to know that Cube actually cheated Antutu on the Cube Talk 9X but it’s still a very capable tablet scoring almost 30,000 (29,983 to be exact) on the latest Antutu 5.2.0. Is only the MT6592T that’s capable of that in the Mediatek cortex a7 Octacore range. Being that it’s using the tablet version of the 1.7 MT6592

        • Camaman
          November 11, 2014

          Thanks for getting back at me.
          How did they cheat it?

          It looks to use MTK8392, 2.0GHz.

          maybe this is the latest model.

          http://www.aliexpress.com/premium/Cube-Talk-9X.html?ltype=wholesale&SearchText=Cube+Talk+9X&isPremium=y&d=y&origin=y&initiative_id=SB_20141111103015&isViewCP=y&catId=0

          How fast is yours running?

          • November 11, 2014

            Actually I think that Cube added a code that fools Antutu into scoring the Talk 9X really very high on Antutu 4.x to 5.0. They also managed to fool Antutu X too. But that changed with the 5.1 update of Antutu. Nevertheless, this is still a very capable and good multitasking tablet. And no the processor is not the 2.0GHz model. It’s actually 1.7GHz but really very fast. I downloaded the latest Antutu last night and I’m surprised it scores up to 29,983 points. I have to tell you that’s an outstanding feat considering that mine is very heavily loaded with apps.

            Don’t mind what they say on the Aliexpress link. It’s actually 1.7GHz MT8392 SOC that’s rocking the Talk 9X.

            I bought the higher model with 32GB (dark gray colored one) though but even the 16GB model should perform the same. Bought it also from Aliexpress.

            • Camaman
              November 12, 2014

              Sounds to me like a good case to raise against the seller for false presentation.
              Its not entirely their fault but the shoul be honest even though Cube wasn’t.
              Let him complain to cube that people are giving bad scorees to his store.
              I am sure one would get some money back.

              To bad they feel the need to resort to this. It is after all the only tablet from china that has it all.retina, 3g, sensors etc.
              Only fault i that it is 100g tto heavi IMO.

            • November 12, 2014

              IMHO, I don’t think it’s the seller’s fault because that’s exactly how cube advertised the tablet. Even if you go to other website aside from Aliexpress, you’ll still see the same thing.

              2.0GHz and 1.7GHz … What’s the difference? Personally, i don’t think it’s enough reason to raise a dispute against the seller. Unless you are being greedy. That’s the way I see it.

            • Camaman
              November 12, 2014

              You are correct. I wouldn’t cause I am realistic and do my research.
              Also I have more than good experience with Chinese sellers. They are very honest and forth comming.
              You just need to be an educated consumer.
              To bad most people are less honest and would bam the seller.

  2. Xiaolu
    November 4, 2014

    Well, we also must notice that Kitkat does not support 64 bits processors, so this benchmark could see a huge boost when Lollipop gets on board.

    More important, IMHO, will be MTK openness to ROM developers.

    • November 4, 2014

      Since they are working with Google… i hope so.

  3. ufg
    November 4, 2014

    Pretty good score for a mid-range chip/device, even though AnTuTu is completely untrustworthy

  4. Don Rogers
    November 4, 2014

    What version of android was used for the test? and would using the 64 bit version of lollipop when it becomes available boost this performance?

  5. Michael Ogbonnaya
    November 4, 2014

    36,776 points on Antutu isn’t that spectacular if my MT8392 Cube Talk 9X can achieve almost 30,000 points. I’d rather go with MT6595 as that looks like it’s more capable.

    • Camaman
      November 11, 2014

      Isn’t that the 40.000 capable tablet?

    • Michael Ogbonnaya
      November 11, 2014

      Well you have to know that Cube actually cheated Antutu on the Cube Talk 9X but it’s still a very capable tablet scoring almost 30,000 (29,983 to be exact) on the latest Antutu 5.2.0. Is only the MT6592T that’s capable of that in the Mediatek cortex a7 Octacore range. Being that it’s using the tablet version of the 1.7 MT6592

    • Camaman
      November 11, 2014

      Thanks for getting back at me.
      How did they cheat it?

      It looks to use MTK8392, 2.0GHz.

      maybe this is the latest model.

      http://www.aliexpress.com/premium/Cube-Talk-9X.html?ltype=wholesale&SearchText=Cube+Talk+9X&isPremium=y&d=y&origin=y&initiative_id=SB_20141111103015&isViewCP=y&catId=0

      How fast is yours running?

    • Michael Ogbonnaya
      November 12, 2014

      Actually I think that Cube added a code that fools Antutu into scoring the Talk 9X really very high on Antutu 4.x to 5.0. They also managed to fool Antutu X too. But that changed with the 5.1 update of Antutu. Nevertheless, this is still a very capable and good multitasking tablet. And no the processor is not the 2.0GHz model. It’s actually 1.7GHz but really very fast. I downloaded the latest Antutu last night and I’m surprised it scores up to 29,983 points. I have to tell you that’s an outstanding feat considering that mine is very heavily loaded with apps.

      Don’t mind what they say on the Aliexpress link. It’s actually 1.7GHz MT8392 SOC that’s rocking the Talk 9X.

      I bought the higher model with 32GB (dark gray colored one) though but even the 16GB model should perform the same. Bought it also from Aliexpress.

    • Camaman
      November 12, 2014

      Sounds to me like a good case to raise against the seller for false presentation.
      Its not entirely their fault but the shoul be honest even though Cube wasn’t.
      Let him complain to cube that people are giving bad scorees to his store.
      I am sure one would get some money back.

      To bad they feel the need to resort to this. It is after all the only tablet from china that has it all.retina, 3g, sensors etc.
      Only fault i that it is 100g tto heavi IMO.

    • Michael Ogbonnaya
      November 12, 2014

      IMHO, I don’t think it’s the seller’s fault because that’s exactly how cube advertised the tablet. Even if you go to other website aside from Aliexpress, you’ll still see the same thing.

      2.0GHz and 1.7GHz … What’s the difference? Personally, i don’t think it’s enough reason to raise a dispute against the seller. Unless you are being greedy. That’s the way I see it.

    • Camaman
      November 12, 2014

      You are correct. I wouldn’t cause I am realistic and do my research.
      Also I have more than good experience with Chinese sellers. They are very honest and forth comming.
      You just need to be an educated consumer.
      To bad most people are less honest and would bam the seller.

  6. slartiblart
    November 4, 2014

    Typos, Andi!! Who or what is Jaime??

    • Lokazan
      November 5, 2014

      Jaime Lannister, you fool :D! Tyrion has opted for the G6.
      Read some GoT

  7. Xiaolu
    November 4, 2014

    Well, we also must notice that Kitkat does not support 64 bits processors, so this benchmark could see a huge boost when Lollipop gets on board.

    More important, IMHO, will be MTK openness to ROM developers.

    • LeClark
      November 4, 2014

      Since they are working with Google… i hope so.

  8. ufg
    November 4, 2014

    Pretty good score for a mid-range chip/device, even though AnTuTu is completely untrustworthy

  9. Don Rogers
    November 4, 2014

    What version of android was used for the test? and would using the 64 bit version of lollipop when it becomes available boost this performance?

  10. slartiblart
    November 4, 2014

    Typos, Andi!! Who or what is Jaime??

    • Guest
      November 5, 2014

      Jaime Lannister, you fool :D! Tyrion has opted for the G6.
      Read some GoT

  11. Naruto
    November 21, 2014

    Is there a remarkable performance difference between mt6752 and snapdragon 615???

    • Cafe
      November 21, 2014

      LOL, I’m looking for that right now, too! 😀
      I found an AnTuTu 5.2 result from a HTC Desire with Snapdragon 615: 27969 Score with 720×1280 with 2GB to compare with the 36.776 with Antutu 5.1 above.
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wyN_ByMbD68

      • Naruto
        November 21, 2014

        Cool 🙂 i was looking for the difference between htc 820 and 820s.. seems like htc 820s is better.. but am not sure if htc 820s will get released soon…

  12. Naruto
    November 21, 2014

    Is there a remarkable performance difference between mt6752 and snapdragon 615???

    • Guest
      November 21, 2014

      LOL, I’m looking for that right now, too! 😀
      I found an AnTuTu 5.2 result from a HTC Desire with Snapdragon 615: 27969 Score with 720×1280 with 2GB to compare with the 36.776 with Antutu 5.1 above.

    • Naruto
      November 21, 2014

      Cool 🙂 i was looking for the difference between htc 820 and 820s.. seems like htc 820s is better.. but am not sure if htc 820s will get released soon…

  13. Muhammad Yasir
    December 8, 2014

    I HOPE the 3gb version IS BELOW the 170$ mark!

  14. Guest
    December 8, 2014

    I HOPE the 3gb version IS BELOW the 170$ mark!