A few hours ago, Xiaomi took the wraps off its two new phablets - the Mi Note and the Mi Note Pro. While the latter comes with the best possible specs for this day and age, the "lower-end" Mi Note is probably worthy of flagship status too, despite not coming with the latest chipset or screen resolution.
It will be cheaper than the Pro model, though, which could mean it's going to be good enough for many people. And if you were wondering how it performs in benchmarks, we already have the answer for you.
Someone was kind enough to put the Mi Note through the paces of the AnTuTu benchmark while playing with it at Xiaomi's launch event. The screenshots you can see above are proof about how well it managed to do.
The Xiaomi Mi Note scored a respectable 46,714 points overall, coming in below the Meizu MX4 and the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. Those two use different chipsets, though, so perhaps the comparison to them doesn't make much sense.
The OnePlus One, on the other hand, features the exact same Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 SoC as the Mi Note, and as you can see Xiaomi's phablet has scored slightly more than that handset. It's also outclassed the HTC One (M8), Huawei Ascend Mate 7, as well as Xiaomi's own Mi 4.
Clearly then, the Mi Note Pro should be in the running for top dog in benchmarks, but we haven't yet seen any proof about how it performs in such synthetic tests. Yet we assume that news will come soon.