The Meizu MX3 was unveiled the other day, but it has already popped up on the popular AnTuTu score list with a very high result.
The Exynos 5 Octa 5410-packing smartphone posted a score above 29K, which puts it above the Samsung Galaxy S4 I9500, which has the same processor.
Aside from the score itself, we are reminded from the benchmark result that the Meizu MX3 packs Android 4.2.1 and its cores have a clock-speed of 1.6 GHz (the same as the Galaxy S4 Octa). But these details have already been announced the other day.
Here's a chart to put things in perspective.
Higher is better
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the main power (4cores) are used only when used by heavy software (apps) and benchmarking.. other wise it just uses the other ones which uses less power...it is not a true octacore..it is only marketed as one because it has 8 cores total
don't forget to look at the size of the rom too...samsung vs cm...the 4.2.2 S3rom that leaked before is over 900mb!
It means that you achieve 25000 (25k) score in AnTuTu Benchmark