Meizu MX4 Pro Benchmarks


meizu mx4 pro benchmarks

We all know in this day and age that benchmarks are not what make a great phone, but still it is interesting to see just how a phone can compare. Here are benchmarks of the Meizu MX4 Pro for your viewing pleasure.

The Meizu MX4 Pro launched on Wednesday of last week and since the launch I have been using the latest Meizu smartphone as my daily device. Previously I used a combination of Vivo Xshot and Meizu MX4, and in all honesty can say there is no notbale performance difference between the 3 phones (which speaks volumes for the Mediatek chip in the MX4).

Specification of the Meizu MX4 Pro include a 5.5-inch 2560 x 1536 display, octacore Samsung Exynos 5430 chipset, 3GB RAM and in my case 32GB memory (there is also a 16GB and 64GB version too).

Meizu MX4 Pro Benchmarks

As I do with all my reviews I have ran the most popular benchmark applications on the MX4 Pro inclduing Antutu, Antutu X, Vellamo, Quadrant and 3DMark. If you want additional benchmarks adding let me know in the comments and I’ll do my best to run them and post the results here.

So far the Meizu MX4 Pro has solid benchmarks. They aren’t the highest in the world, but in real life usage there is no notable difference in performance between this and other high-end flagship devices.

  • Antutu: 46,553
  • Andutu X: 38,225
  • Quadrant: 10,310
  • Vellamo Metal: 1623
  • Vellamo Multicore: 1345
  • Vellamo Chrome browser 3818
  • Ice Storm Unlimited: 18285
  • Ice Storm Extreme: Maxed out

Meizu MX4 Pro Benchmarks – Gallery

Meizu MX4 Pro – Hands on Video

So far the Meizu MX4 Pro is running rather well, I am really happy with Flyme 4.1 which is by far the most stable Flyme version for a Meizu device at launch (that’s not to say there aren’t a few bugs). As long as everthing goes to plan we will have the full Meizu MX4 Pro Review up very soon.

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66 Comments

  1. Hendrik
    November 24, 2014

    how does the battery life compare to the non-pro mx4? i’d be really interested to know what sort of screen on time you get on LTE. thanks!

    • Adrian Lim
      November 25, 2014

      I would love to answer that but I can seem to make my LTE to work on my PRO. Please refer to above post regarding my LTE experience.

      • Hendrik
        November 25, 2014

        hi, adrian. randomly, i think we’ve met before during the SM BF opening of your store. small world.

        may i know what sort of screen on time you’re getting on the mx4 pro? i’m trying to decide whether to wait for you guys to bring it to manila or pick up the non-pro. slightly bigger 2k screen doesn’t really matter to me. thanks!

  2. Tom
    November 24, 2014

    Just Remember: It is not verified and possibly fake. Just wait on the real scores.

    • Ali Aaron Pustebutz
      November 24, 2014

      Andi himself made the benchmarks.
      “As I do with all my reviews I have ran the most popular benchmark applications on the MX4 Pro inclduing Antutu, Antutu X, Vellamo, Quadrant and 3DMark.”

      • November 24, 2014

        He probably missed that portion of the review.

      • November 25, 2014

        Yup these are my benchmarks from my device I can tell you that they are accurate.

        • PoliceWala
          November 26, 2014

          Waiting for the Mi 3 India Review Contest results….

    • Adrian Lim
      November 25, 2014

      non-verified does not mean it is fake! I have tried Antutu Benchmarks on soo many phones and for soo many times. Even my Note3 registered non-verified and the scores were glowing RED numbers after each Antutu version update.

  3. Βαγγώνης Σαμαρέλος
    November 24, 2014

    Lower than the non-pro? Ow MT, I love you!

  4. newphoenix
    November 24, 2014

    Linpack test to see the MFlops of the cpu. please

  5. Aristotelis Tz
    November 24, 2014

    Mx4 pro is slower than mx4???????? So why is pro? And something else: I think mk6595 is more power full than snap 801 (maybe not so civilized). So really how many phones in production are more power full than the simple mx4?

  6. Ali Aaron Pustebutz
    November 24, 2014

    Hey Andi, thanks for the benchmarks (although I dont think they are significant) Could you make a comparison between the MX4 and the MX4 Pro?

  7. November 24, 2014

    One thing you all should understand is that the Mediatek MT6595 has a more powerful processor than the Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 and even 805. It’s processor performance also beat the nVidia shield too. It’s only lacking in the gpu department where the Snapdragon’s Adreno 330 and the 420 in the SD 805 really kicked the butt of the POWERVR g6000 Rogue.

    • ufg
      November 25, 2014

      Snapdragon only wins these days because everything’s better optimised for them. In raw power, the 6595 is more powerful

      • nonotz
        November 25, 2014

        “raw power” ? …. in term of cpu speed yes … but GPU is also part of the SOC …. and 6595 uses PowerVR6200 which comparable with last gen Adreno 320…not to mention K1 GPU

        • ufg
          November 25, 2014

          Oh yeah, I wasn’t meaning the GPU. Snapdragons beat out pretty much everything other than Tegra K1 on that front.

        • Airyl
          November 26, 2014

          Raw CPU power. I thought it was obvious.

  8. Guest
    November 24, 2014

    how does the battery life compare to the non-pro mx4? i’d be really interested to know what sort of screen on time you get on LTE. thanks!

    • Adrian Lim
      November 25, 2014

      I would love to answer that but I can seem to make my LTE to work on my PRO. Please refer to above post regarding my LTE experience.

    • Guest
      November 25, 2014

      hi, adrian. randomly, i think we’ve met before during the SM BF opening of your store. small world.

      may i know what sort of screen on time you’re getting on the mx4 pro? i’m trying to decide whether to wait for you guys to bring it to manila or pick up the non-pro. slightly bigger 2k screen doesn’t really matter to me. thanks!

  9. Guest
    November 24, 2014

    Just Remember: It is not verified and possibly fake. Just wait on the real scores.

    • Ali Aaron Pustebutz
      November 24, 2014

      Andi himself made the benchmarks.
      “As I do with all my reviews I have ran the most popular benchmark applications on the MX4 Pro inclduing Antutu, Antutu X, Vellamo, Quadrant and 3DMark.”

    • Michael Ogbonnaya
      November 24, 2014

      He probably missed that portion of the review.

    • Andi Sykes
      November 25, 2014

      Yup these are my benchmarks from my device I can tell you that they are accurate.

    • Adrian Lim
      November 25, 2014

      non-verified does not mean it is fake! I have tried Antutu Benchmarks on soo many phones and for soo many times. Even my Note3 registered non-verified and the scores were glowing RED numbers after each Antutu version update.

    • PoliceWala
      November 26, 2014

      Waiting for the Mi 3 India Review Contest results….

  10. Βαγγώνης Σαμαρέλος
    November 24, 2014

    Lower than the non-pro? Ow MT, I love you!

  11. Guest
    November 24, 2014

    Linpack test to see the MFlops of the cpu. please

  12. Danny H.
    November 24, 2014

    Can you confirm which LTE bands the MX4 pro support as I can’t find that info on Meizu site. Thanks in advance Andy.

    • Beausym
      November 26, 2014

      +1 on that, if you don’t mind. If US GSM LTE bands were supported, that would be quite spectacular, not to mention impressive.

  13. Aristotelis Tz
    November 24, 2014

    Mx4 pro is slower than mx4???????? So why is pro? And something else: I think mk6595 is more power full than snap 801 (maybe not so civilized). So really how many phones in production are more power full than the simple mx4?

  14. Ali Aaron Pustebutz
    November 24, 2014

    Hey Andi, thanks for the benchmarks (although I dont think they are significant) Could you make a comparison between the MX4 and the MX4 Pro?

    • Andi Sykes
      November 25, 2014

      Sure will

  15. Michael Ogbonnaya
    November 24, 2014

    One thing you all should understand is that the Mediatek MT6595 has a more powerful processor than the Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 and even 805. It’s processor performance also beat the nVidia shield too. It’s only lacking in the gpu department where the Snapdragon’s Adreno 330 and the 420 in the SD 805 really kicked the butt of the POWERVR g6000 Rogue.

    • ufg
      November 25, 2014

      Snapdragon only wins these days because everything’s better optimised for them. In raw power, the 6595 is more powerful

    • nonotz
      November 25, 2014

      “raw power” ? …. in term of cpu speed yes … but GPU is also part of the SOC …. and 6595 uses PowerVR6200 which comparable with last gen Adreno 320…not to mention K1 GPU

    • ufg
      November 25, 2014

      Oh yeah, I wasn’t meaning the GPU. Snapdragons beat out pretty much everything other than Tegra K1 on that front.

    • Airyl
      November 26, 2014

      Raw CPU power. I thought it was obvious.

  16. nonotz
    November 24, 2014

    toobad meizu use MTK … im considering buying a new phone but even though the proc is faster than snapdragon but the gpu is just a big NO .

    • Miko
      November 24, 2014

      Definitely the gpu is worse in benchmarks than the adreno but you really don’t see any difference in any game that is out there. I’ve seen dozen of reviews about meizu mx4 and all confirm that. Everything on max detail and without lag.

      • nonotz
        November 25, 2014

        you forget to add “for now” ….. technically its processing power is comparable to adreno 320 (2nd gen)

        • Miko
          November 25, 2014

          I don’t think I follow you… I don’t need to write the obvious I think.
          Unless ofc there are reviews of devices with games that haven’t been produced yet o.0
          All phones/devices are being reviewed on current games and ofc in 2 years from now these devices will not be adequate for the new games out there…. it’s called technological progress!

    • Adrian Lim
      November 25, 2014

      I have a NOTE3 (snap800), MX4 (MT6595), MX4 PRO (Exynos 5430), THL 5000 (MT6592) all of which I installed and play alternately the INJUSTICE GOD AMONG US game. When I get home I play an average of 2 hrs and with my Note3 it crashes minimum 3x in the middle of gameplay. The game never crashed in my other devices which are mostly MTK powered. But i should commend the MX4 PRO for having the most stunning (2K resolution) and flawless gaming experience (Mali-hexacore) even compared to the Adreno330 which even with the games characters Super Special ability animation that chokes and jitters.

      • nonotz
        November 25, 2014

        how do your 2k MX4 pro fare in term of battery ? even LG G3 suffers a bit …

  17. Miko
    November 24, 2014

    I guess they are normal benchmarks considering that the screen is bigger and more resolution. Graphics seems to work better than the standard.
    My honest opinion is that in both phones you will see no difference in real life use, for the current games.
    Maybe this extra 1 GB ram will be a bit better for pro for stuff like multitasking/web browsing etc.

  18. Danny H.
    November 25, 2014

    Can you confirm which LTE bands the MX4 pro support as I can’t find that info on Meizu site. Thanks in advance Andy.

    • Beausym
      November 26, 2014

      +1 on that, if you don’t mind. If US GSM LTE bands were supported, that would be quite spectacular, not to mention impressive.

  19. nonotz
    November 25, 2014

    toobad meizu use MTK … im considering buying a new phone but even though the proc is faster than snapdragon but the gpu is just a big NO .

    • Miko
      November 25, 2014

      Definitely the gpu is worse in benchmarks than the adreno but you really don’t see any difference in any game that is out there. I’ve seen dozen of reviews about meizu mx4 and all confirm that. Everything on max detail and without lag.

    • nonotz
      November 25, 2014

      you forget to add “for now” ….. technically its processing power is comparable to adreno 320 (2nd gen)

    • Miko
      November 25, 2014

      I don’t think I follow you… I don’t need to write the obvious I think.
      Unless ofc there are reviews of devices with games that haven’t been produced yet o.0
      All phones/devices are being reviewed on current games and ofc in 2 years from now these devices will not be adequate for the new games out there…. it’s called technological progress!

    • Adrian Lim
      November 25, 2014

      I have a NOTE3 (snap800), MX4 (MT6595), MX4 PRO (Exynos 5430), THL 5000 (MT6592) all of which I installed and play alternately the INJUSTICE GOD AMONG US game. When I get home I play an average of 2 hrs and with my Note3 it crashes minimum 3x in the middle of gameplay. The game never crashed in my other devices which are mostly MTK powered. But i should commend the MX4 PRO for having the most stunning (2K resolution) and flawless gaming experience (Mali-hexacore) even compared to the Adreno330 which even with the games characters Super Special ability animation that chokes and jitters.

    • nonotz
      November 25, 2014

      how do your 2k MX4 pro fare in term of battery ? even LG G3 suffers a bit …

  20. Miko
    November 25, 2014

    I guess they are normal benchmarks considering that the screen is bigger and more resolution. Graphics seems to work better than the standard.
    My honest opinion is that in both phones you will see no difference in real life use, for the current games.
    Maybe this extra 1 GB ram will be a bit better for pro for stuff like multitasking/web browsing etc.

  21. Adrian Lim
    November 25, 2014

    Andi, were you able to use the 4G LTE yet? I cant seem to get mine to work. But the 3G H+ is working exceptionally well. But once I switch my antenna to 4G priority my signal just dies and cant switch back to 3G unless I reboot. Do you have the same experience?

    My personal benchmark results:
    Antutu v5.3: 46,995
    Antutu Single-Thread 32bit: 6,473
    Andutu Multi-Thread 32bit: 24,312
    Antutu HTML5: 10,659

    Geekbench Single Core: 982
    Geekbench Multi Core: 3,392

    Quadrant: 9,826

    Vellamo Metal: 1546
    Vellamo Multicore: 1252
    Vellamo Chrome browser 2759

    3D Mark
    Ice Storm Unlimited: 18158
    Ice Storm Extreme: Maxed out

    Nenamark: 57.4 fps

    KFS Benchmark: Bamboo 59.968 fps
    Wavescape: 37.157 fps
    Galactic Core: 21.270 fps
    Overall 32.794 fps

    GPU bench
    Score: 15,065
    Screen Resolution Normalized score: 59,238

    GFX Bench
    Manhattan: 480 (7.7fps)
    1080p Manhattan Offscreen: 834 (13.4fps)
    T-Rex: Network Error
    1080p Trex Offscreen 1,817 (32.5fps)
    ALU: 732 (24.4fps)
    1080p ALU offscreen: 2,762 (46fps)
    Alpha Blending: 4,166 MB/s
    1080p Alpha Blending: 3,153 MB/s
    Driver Overhead: 989 (33fps)
    1080p Driver Overhead: 2,024 (33.7fps)
    Fill: 3,195 MTexels/s
    1080p Fill offscreen: 3,183 MTexels/s
    Render Quality: 3,291 mB PSNR
    Render Quality (HP): 4,038 mB PSNR

    GPS Test: (indoors)
    In view: 18
    In use: 11
    Accuracy: 52 feet

    • kolakao
      November 25, 2014

      did you try to enter APN of your network manually?
      I had the same issue on my MX4, and adding APN manualy resolved the problem.

      • Adrian Lim
        November 25, 2014

        I did at first but it force closed the settings app. But after a minute i got my H+ signal and my 3G settings are auto detected and are already in my APN profile. Will contact our local 4G network provider if there is a specific APN setting for LTE and hopefully work.

  22. Adrian Lim
    November 25, 2014

    Andi, were you able to use the 4G LTE yet? I cant seem to get mine to work. But the 3G H+ is working exceptionally well. But once I switch my antenna to 4G priority my signal just dies and cant switch back to 3G unless I reboot. Do you have the same experience?

    My personal benchmark results:
    Antutu v5.3: 46,995
    Antutu Single-Thread 32bit: 6,473
    Andutu Multi-Thread 32bit: 24,312
    Antutu HTML5: 10,659

    Geekbench Single Core: 982
    Geekbench Multi Core: 3,392

    Quadrant: 9,826

    Vellamo Metal: 1546
    Vellamo Multicore: 1252
    Vellamo Chrome browser 2759

    3D Mark
    Ice Storm Unlimited: 18158
    Ice Storm Extreme: Maxed out

    Nenamark: 57.4 fps

    KFS Benchmark: Bamboo 59.968 fps
    Wavescape: 37.157 fps
    Galactic Core: 21.270 fps
    Overall 32.794 fps

    GPU bench
    Score: 15,065
    Screen Resolution Normalized score: 59,238

    GFX Bench
    Manhattan: 480 (7.7fps)
    1080p Manhattan Offscreen: 834 (13.4fps)
    T-Rex: Network Error
    1080p Trex Offscreen 1,817 (32.5fps)
    ALU: 732 (24.4fps)
    1080p ALU offscreen: 2,762 (46fps)
    Alpha Blending: 4,166 MB/s
    1080p Alpha Blending: 3,153 MB/s
    Driver Overhead: 989 (33fps)
    1080p Driver Overhead: 2,024 (33.7fps)
    Fill: 3,195 MTexels/s
    1080p Fill offscreen: 3,183 MTexels/s
    Render Quality: 3,291 mB PSNR
    Render Quality (HP): 4,038 mB PSNR

    GPS Test: (indoors)
    In view: 18
    In use: 11
    Accuracy: 52 feet

    • Guest
      November 25, 2014

      did you try to enter APN of your network manually?
      I had the same issue on my MX4, and adding APN manualy resolved the problem.

    • Adrian Lim
      November 25, 2014

      I did at first but it force closed the settings app. But after a minute i got my H+ signal and my 3G settings are auto detected and are already in my APN profile. Will contact our local 4G network provider if there is a specific APN setting for LTE and hopefully work.

  23. November 25, 2014

    Awful and delivers less performance than its little brother???

    Get the fcking out of here with that trash

  24. Yetimania
    November 25, 2014

    Awful and delivers less performance than its little brother???

    Get the fcking out of here with that trash

  25. الفاضل
    February 9, 2015

    Best Mobile High performance so far

  26. الفاضل
    February 9, 2015

    Best Mobile High performance so far