After today’s launch, Xiaomi had a number of Xiaomi Mi Note phones for press and fans to play around with and as usual someone managed to run Antutu on the new device.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, Antutu benchmarks aren’t worth the screens you read them off, but in the absence of a new device to try ourselves Antutu is all we’ve got.
During the end of launch hands on time, some Xiaomi fans managed to lacuna Antutu V5.6 in the Mi Note and get a very good score from the new phablet. Keep in mind that only the Snapdragon 801 with 3GB RAM Mi Note was on hand at the show, so Mi Note Pro Antutu scores should be significantly higher.
In the benchmark test, the Xiaomi Mi Note managed to squeeze past the OnePlus One and get to 3rd place overall, behind the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and Meizu MX4. Again keep in mind that these are scores based on an average and we know of MX4 phones and OPO which can score significantly more than those listed here. Still the Mi Note does very well with a benchmark run of 46,714 points!
Just to recap that this result was obtained on the standard version of the Xiaomi Mi Note with a 1920 x 1080 display, running Android 4.4.4 Kitkat. It will be a few weeks before Mi Note Pro scores surface.