s-pen pusher, 08 May 2019pocophone f1 user here. i am not sure why some people here are saying miui is laggy, but i hav... moreWell, i have RN7pro and can say that MIUI is quite laggy on my device, which is not actually a weak phone
Boldy, 07 May 2019Software actually makes a lot of difference to the scores, along with thermal characteristics ... moreA guy who owns the Black Shark 2 enabled GPU boost on the device and got 400K+ on antutu, if Xiaomi was a company like those they would've done that first.
pocophone f1 user here. i am not sure why some people here are saying miui is laggy, but i have a different experience with it otherwise. yes, the f1 has poco launcher, but the only difference it has with regular miui is the app drawer. my first encounter with miui was in 2012 when i had a friend flash my xperia arc s to a miui rom. miui was quite popular then and i think most of the other android forks took inspiration from it. as has been then and now miui has always been known to be fast. even now with the bloats and ads (which i am able to turn off in the f1), miui still is faster for me than any other ui i have experienced (except oxygen and aosp). i usually am the go to person for friends and family when they have a new device and are not familiar with it, so i have experienced most of smartphone uis. i currently am using the pocophone f1 and razer phone 2, and between these 2 (eventhough the razer phone 2 is almost stock and has 60Hz refresh rate all the time), the f1 still blazes way past the razer phone 2. my wife also has the galaxy s9 and the low-tier redmi s2, but despite not being able to turn off ads on the s2 it matches and often exceeds the speed of the s9. mind you, the redmi s2 has a 3 year old mid-range soc while the gs9 has last year's flagship.
Tae ng Pilipinas, 07 May 2019No its not, it is a chinese owned company but not owned by xiaomi. https://en.wikipedia.org/w... morehttps://www.gizmochina.com/2014/08/13/the-truth-about-xiaomi-and-antutu/
He was not that far off...
Lj, 07 May 2019May be when you use the phone, you look at the screen. Samsung screens are far better than any... moreBut the top 3 phones here are using Samsung AMOLED displays anyway.
And the Mi 9 display recovered from JerryRigEverything flame test just like the Galaxy S10 did, so I assume the panel is good quality.
hmm, 07 May 2019You get 4% more power from a phone that cost 2.5 times less. These price numbers matter more w... moreMay be when you use the phone, you look at the screen. Samsung screens are far better than any. If you can afford samsung, you go for samsung.
TADP0LE, 07 May 2019Oh wow, less than 4% faster than the S10+. That's not an impressive win and arguably within th... moreYou get 4% more power from a phone that cost 2.5 times less. These price numbers matter more when people understand that hardware on both are pretty same in power then why pay 2.5 times more just for the samsung logo ?
If anyone haven't noticed all of the top antutu phones on the list(minus Samsung) are not world top smartphone makers. We all know why. And it's not the antutu score stopping them. Don't buy phone based on antutu. Only newbie do that.
Unfortunately the great hardware experience is ruined by unbelievably bad software.
Anonymous, 07 May 2019AnTuTu is owned by Xiaomi Founder.......so yeah,not surprising.No its not, it is a chinese owned company but not owned by xiaomi. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AnTuTu
Please check your information first.
Dr.X, 07 May 2019too bad these phones run on MIUI one of the worst of the worst UIs out thereDude, have you tried EMIUI? That's from Huawei and based on my experience, that may be the worse chinese UI ever. I've tried Miui from Xiaomi, ColorOS from Oppo.
androidbrick, 07 May 2019So ? It has nothing to do with Xiaomi, it's just the chipset = SD855Snapdragon 855 real antutu bench is 345K that what first antutu score before mi9 and other phones that runs with snapdragon 855.
Where is samsung s10 (exynos) ig scored around 330k and what about other sd855 phones like lenovo z6 pro red magic 3
Oh wow, less than 4% faster than the S10+. That's not an impressive win and arguably within the margin of error. Phones with the same specs will perform the same. Boosting benchmark scores by a few meager percentage points isn't exciting and isn't a selling point.