Snapdragon 820 powered LeTV LeMax Pro scores 133,357 on Antutu


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More insane Antutu scores today as the next generation LeTV LeMax appears with benchmarks over 133,000.

LeTV are fast becoming our odds on favourite to be the first Chinese phone maker to release a phone with a new Snapdragon 820 chipset. A few months back an early teaser from the company had mentioned an 820 SoC, and more recently the company had told us that we can expect a huge announcement from them in the coming weeks, now this!

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The benchmark shown here are believed to be from the upcoming LeMax Pro, an updated version of the flagship phablet. The benchmarks show the phone running a 5.5 this time around though, with 2K resolution, Android 6.0, 4GB RAM and 64GB internal memory. Specs details go on to show a 21 mega-pixel rear camera and 4 mega-pixel front.

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As for the benchmarks results, you can see them broken down in detail above, but the overall score is an incredible 133,357 points! How will this compare to upcoming Xiaomi, Vivo, and Oppo models?

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32 Comments

  1. M_kaya
    December 14, 2015

    Price?

    • Joel Adames
      December 14, 2015

      An arm and a leg

      • M_kaya
        December 14, 2015

        And cudgel

      • Muhammad Yasir
        December 14, 2015

        Kidney 😀

    • Manu
      December 14, 2015

      depending on how many versions they make, for example if they release 3 phones like this year and this will be the main phone (like the one pro, x600) it should be 500~600€ … but depending on its name x910 (letv max 2?) it should be 600~800€

  2. Rob
    December 14, 2015

    Let the battle begin.

  3. Nolan
    December 14, 2015

    This SoC is giving me orgasms. Either this, or the Ex8890 will be my next upgrade (I’ll go with the one which has uniformly higher AnTuTu and other synthetic scores).

    • jonscravit
      December 14, 2015

      New version of antutu number scores is very big
      It is much greater than previous version
      It should be tested on the old also

      • Nolan
        December 14, 2015

        You are right. As long as it crosses 75,000 on old AnTuTu, I’m happy. My criteria for 2016 is this: I will buy a phone which has either:

        (a) Score higher than 75,000 in old AnTuTu (preferably 80,000+)
        (b) or Score higher than 130,000 in new AnTuTu

        This is the true benchmark of a phone’s raw power – everything else is secondary.

        • balcobomber25
          December 14, 2015

          What does a score of 75,000 give you that say 73,000 or 65,000 wouldn’t?

          • Nolan
            December 14, 2015

            I had a feeling you would reply along similar lines, and MaxPower is also probably lurking around the corner, waiting to jump in and start menstruating on how AnTuTu scores are flawed, and how your supreme understanding of SoCs, performance, statistics etc. entitles you to the opinion that the these numbers don’t matter, TO YOU, and it shouldn’t matter to ANYONE ELSE, in your ongoing efforts to educate the crowd.

            It’s a lost battle, really, and you (or anyone else for that matter) will never make a significant difference to the consumers. People love AnTuTu, people love bragging rights, all websites INVARIABLY tout AnTuTu scores upfront – in fact, it’s the first thing everyone asks for and mention when dealing with upcoming flagships. Terrible, isn’t it? Deal with it.

            Also, I want to start by saying that I wouldn’t wipe my ar.se with your (now very stale) opinion, advice or counter-arguments – feel free to enlighten your incredible audience on this disqus thread and the GC forums – I’m sure it’s a philanthropic effort worth your time.

            For one thing, 75000 against a score of 65000 (on similarly spec’d devices, i.e. same resolution, same SoC) *could* indicate a more optimized Rom, or well integrated HW/SW or better drivers.

            While the difference may not be perceivable in day to day tasks, like making calls, texting, skype etc., the difference will be perceivable in intense gaming, or any app that is more compute intensive than regular apps.

            Whether or not someone needs that sort of computing power is a good question indeed – and that’s why we have options – a fragmented market with devices for every need.

            I’m a lover of bragging rights, and I find it comforting to know that I own a device which has significant computing power, and I can afford it too without skipping meals (not to sound money-wise arrogant, but that’s the truth).

            So, why should I, with the money, and the longing for the best specs and best indicative score, settle for a device which has 10,000 points less than what I’ve set as my personal target for 2016? Because MaxPower and BalcoBomber25 on GC say so?

            Don’t make me laugh.

            • balcobomber25
              December 14, 2015

              The question has nothing to do with computing power it has to do with meaningless numbers on a test which manufacturers have already shown they can cheat on. A score of 75,000 and a score of 65,000 means absolutely nothing other than one is a higher number.

            • Nolan
              December 14, 2015

              Your opinion, not a fact – and in any case, like I said, I wouldn’t wipe my ar.se with it. So there…..

            • balcobomber25
              December 14, 2015

              Read this article he does an excellent job showing you how meaningless benchmarks are.

              http://www.forbes.com/sites/patrickmoorhead/2015/06/12/misunderstood-or-inappropriate-mobile-benchmarks-are-hurting-the-industry-and-consumers/

              And then read this:

              http://www.anandtech.com/show/7384/state-of-cheating-in-android-benchmarks

              And this:

              http://pocketnow.com/2013/07/23/benchmark-scores

              And I could give you thousands more that all show how useless benchmarks are. And then there is Antutu itself. Each new version of Antutu raises the scores making the previous ones even more useless. For instance with Antutu 6 the Iphone 6s scores over 130,000. With Antutu 5 it scored around 55,000. If you had two scores in Antutu and one was a 130,000 and the other was 55,000 you would ay the first one is a lot more powerful. The performance of the 6 didn’t change at all, the meaningless numbers did.

            • Nolan
              December 14, 2015

              I take back my initial argument……. I wouldn’t print this on toilet paper for wiping my a.ss with…..

            • balcobomber25
              December 14, 2015

              Whats the Antutu score of your Toilet Paper? It’s about as useful as the score for your phone.

            • Mark
              December 14, 2015

              +1 lmao

          • Muhammad Yasir
            December 14, 2015

            eggsactly!

            • balcobomber25
              December 14, 2015

              Problem is people need a way to justify their device is the best, they need a cold hard metric they can point to so they can brag to all their friends. That is what Antutu provides them.

              “I got 75,000 you only got 74,998, My phone is so much better than yours!!!!!!”

            • Muhammad Yasir
              December 14, 2015

              which , imo , is entirely pathetic and proves that imbeciles still exist 😀

            • balcobomber25
              December 14, 2015

              It’s the same with every consumer product. Car enthusiasts compare 0-60 (0-100) times, gamers compare FPS.

      • Roberto Tomás
        December 14, 2015

        pretty sure the 820 dev tablet was tested on antutu 5.7 … and scored somewhere around 80k

  4. shmox
    December 14, 2015

    And you can sell your kidney to buy this

    Snapdragon 820

    • balcobomber25
      December 14, 2015

      I’d rather keep my kidney and just pay the $300 for the Mi5….

      • Muhammad Yasir
        December 14, 2015

        PLOT TWIST : Mi5 costs the price of your Kidney 😀

        • balcobomber25
          December 14, 2015

          I have sold enough people’s kidney’s to know you can get a lot more than $300 ;).

          Never get drunk with me…..

          • Muhammad Yasir
            December 14, 2015

            *backs away slowly*

    • Muhammad Yasir
      December 14, 2015

      true that !

    • Rob
      December 14, 2015

      And if it’s anything like the SD810 you can cook it on it too!

      • Claus
        December 16, 2015

        I own LETV Le one pro…. no cooking here 😉

  5. Muhammad Yasir
    December 14, 2015

    will cost $600 plus , knowing LETV :/

  6. Rob
    December 14, 2015

    Disappointing that they have ditched the larger screen variant (for now at least), as any sort of media is much more enjoyable on a larger screen. If this is the largest they are going to make then the last option for me of a high end phone lies with the vivo xplay 5S.