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.