Xiaomi Redmi 2 Benchmarks


xiaomi redmi 2 review

Ahead of our full Xiaomi Redmi 2 review, here are all the popular benchmark scores for Xiaomi’s latest budget contender.

Xiaomi are currently offering there Xiaomi Redmi 2 in China for 699 Yuan for the 1GB RAM version, a 2GB RAM version has also been sighted but a release date has not been confirmed yet. International resellers are already getting stock of the FDD-LTE Xiaomi Redmi 2, which we have been sent, so lets put it through some benchmarks to see how it does.

Unlike most other entry-level smartphones from China, Xiaomi have left Mediatek in favour of Qualcomm. The reasons for this are more to do with business than benefit to the end user, and unfortunalty it means the Snapdragon 410 in the Redmi 2 is a little down on power when compared to the quad-core MT6732 from Mediatek.

Other specs for the Xiaomi Redmi 2 include 1GB RAM (in this version) 4.7-inch 720p display, and MIUI V6 based on Android 4.4.4 Kitkat.

Xiaomi Redmi 2 Benchmarks

  • 3DMark Ice Storm Extreme: 2,634
  • Quadrant: 10,997
  • Antutu X: 19,476
  • Antutu: 19,884
  • GeekBench Multicore: 1,376
  • GeekBench Singlecore: 463
  • GFXBench Manhattan: 243.6
  • GFXBench Manhattan Offscreen: 112.2
  • GFXBench T-REX: 538.0
  • GFXBench T-REX Offscreen: 297.2
  • Vellamo Browser: 1,276
  • Vellamo Multicore: 1,106
  • Vellamo Metal: 753

Xiaomi Redmi 2 Benchmark Screenshots

Thanks to Xiaomishop.com for sending the Xiaomi Redmi 2 for review.

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26 Comments

  1. Miko
    January 30, 2015

    wow the difference is noticable, both in cpu and gpu… well done MTK imho… and last thing, this extra GB of ram is really needed on this phone.

  2. as
    January 30, 2015

    strange, my old newman n2 has over 22000 in antutu v5.6. (but for sure consume much more energy) maybe 2Gb version of xiaomi will do better

  3. roni24
    January 30, 2015

    Snapdragon 410 is old, 20,000 on antatu is like mtk6582

  4. Zhou
    January 30, 2015

    Shit phone, no SnapDragon 805/810 with 4GB Ram. Will not buy. I’ll wait for a phone with the SnapDragon 820 and preferably 6GB Ram.

    • Nina
      January 30, 2015

      LOL.

    • Dalton Monteiro
      July 7, 2015

      you’re gonna wait forever!

  5. realjjj
    January 30, 2015

    Might get funnier since it seems they have a Redmi Note with SD410 and 1GB RAM too.http://news.mydrivers.com/1/380/380075.htm

  6. Miko
    January 30, 2015

    wow the difference is noticable, both in cpu and gpu… well done MTK imho… and last thing, this extra GB of ram is really needed on this phone.

  7. Guest
    January 30, 2015

    strange, my old newman n2 has over 22000 in antutu v5.6. (but for sure consume much more energy) maybe 2Gb version of xiaomi will do better

  8. TheEvilPenguinGamer .
    January 30, 2015

    benchmark don’t translate into real world performance

    • realjjj
      January 30, 2015

      That’s as dumb as one can get. You are like those people arriving to the conclusion that there is no global warming because it was cold yesterday.

      A benchmark is designed to measure a certain feature and it does exactly that.
      Whatever the hell you mean by real world performance can be measured by a benchmark designed to measure whatever the hell you mean by that.
      Anything can be benchmarked (meaning measured) and it’s the only way to objectively quantify it.
      When you weight a banana , it’s a benchmark and what you get is it’s weight.
      If you want to benchmark the color ,you can do that, the chemical composition, the thickness of the peal, the dimensions are all benchmarks. Yeas weighting it won’t tell you anything about it’s color but that doesn’t mean that you can’t determine the color withthe appropriate benchmark.

      • TheEvilPenguinGamer .
        January 30, 2015

        Manufacturers may optimize their cpu to achieve good benchmark results but that won’t give it an advantage in real world use. One example is redmi note with mtk6592, loads of people reported it being laggier than the snapdragon 400 version even though it scores 10,000 more points in antutu.

      • Kejj
        January 30, 2015

        I never realized the correlation between bananas and SoCs before. Amazing. But it is still cold outside.

      • ch2856
        January 30, 2015

        Still, I can show you two car that will benchmark the same 0-60mph but in real life one will preforom much better in daily drive due to higher torque in low revs.

  9. Guest
    January 30, 2015

    Snapdragon 410 is old, 20,000 on antatu is like mtk6582

  10. Guest
    January 30, 2015

    Shit phone, no SnapDragon 805/810 with 4GB Ram. Will not buy. I’ll wait for a phone with the SnapDragon 820 and preferably 6GB Ram.

    • Guest
      January 30, 2015

      LOL.

    • Dalton Monteiro
      July 7, 2015

      you’re gonna wait forever!

  11. realjjj
    January 30, 2015

    Might get funnier since it seems they have a Redmi Note with SD410 and 1GB RAM too.http://news.mydrivers.com/1/380/380075.htm

  12. TheEvilPenguinGamer .
    January 30, 2015

    benchmark don’t translate into real world performance

    • realjjj
      January 30, 2015

      That’s as dumb as one can get. You are like those people arriving to the conclusion that there is no global warming because it was cold yesterday.

      A benchmark is designed to measure a certain feature and it does exactly that.
      Whatever the hell you mean by real world performance can be measured by a benchmark designed to measure whatever the hell you mean by that.
      Anything can be benchmarked (meaning measured) and it’s the only way to objectively quantify it.
      When you weight a banana , it’s a benchmark and what you get is it’s weight.
      If you want to benchmark the color ,you can do that, the chemical composition, the thickness of the peal, the dimensions are all benchmarks. Yeas weighting it won’t tell you anything about it’s color but that doesn’t mean that you can’t determine the color withthe appropriate benchmark.

    • TheEvilPenguinGamer .
      January 30, 2015

      Manufacturers may optimize their cpu to achieve good benchmark results but that won’t give it an advantage in real world use. One example is redmi note with mtk6592, loads of people reported it being laggier than the snapdragon 400 version even though it scores 10,000 more points in antutu.

    • Guest
      January 30, 2015

      I never realized the correlation between bananas and SoCs before. Amazing. But it is still cold outside.

    • ch2856
      January 30, 2015

      Still, I can show you two car that will benchmark the same 0-60mph but in real life one will preforom much better in daily drive due to higher torque in low revs.

  13. February 1, 2015

    why they not fixing the big ugly bezels ?!

  14. pdayahoo
    February 1, 2015

    why they not fixing the big ugly bezels ?!