Meizu Pro 6: real-world performance benchmarks

Meizu Pro 6: real-world performance benchmarks

So, at the official conference, the Meizu announced that the smartphone is gaining 101,757 points in AnTuTu. From past experience we know that these results reflect the lower figures than the official statements, and the same thing happened here.

Meizu Pro 6: real-world performance benchmarks

Helio X25 inside Meizu Pro 6 managed to score 96,169 points this AnTuTu benchmark, which is 5 500 points lower than the official figures. But it seems acceptable, because in ideal conditions Pro 6 should be able to reach the level of 100 000.


Today Meizu company presented 6 Pro smartphone that costs less than $ 400 and comes with an updated processor Helio X25 with 4 GB of RAM. Since the phone is now officially announced, we can get real results of tests of the device.

Meizu Pro 6: real-world performance benchmarks

So, at the official conference, the Meizu announced that the smartphone is gaining 101,757 points in AnTuTu. From past experience we know that these results reflect the lower figures than the official statements, and the same thing happened here.

Meizu Pro 6: real-world performance benchmarks

Helio X25 inside Meizu Pro 6 managed to score 96,169 points this AnTuTu benchmark, which is 5 500 points lower than the official figures. But it seems acceptable, because in ideal conditions Pro 6 should be able to reach the level of 100 000.


The test also shows that Helio X25 little better Kirin 950, which managed to score about 93 000. In addition, the GeekBench Helio X25 tests also surpasses Kirin 950, showing a single-core 1900 and 6300 in the multi-core test. For comparison, Kirin 950 points up about 1700 and 6200 in the two trials.

Of course, given these figures, Huawei’s Kirin 955 would be a better competitor Helio X25, as initial tests Kirin 955 in AnTuTu revealed about 97 000 points, which is about on par with the results of Helio X25.

Of course, at the same time we have to see the real performance chip, and how well it is optimized to work with the software to see that the smartphone offers a better user experience.

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