When Xiaomi unveiled its new flagship, Xiaomi Mi5, they tested the device in the popular synthetic AnTuTu benchmark where the device was able to dial 142 084 points. Now the network has new tests Mi5, which show a slightly different indicator.
After testing several Mi5, which has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor clocked at 2.15 GHz, in the AnTuTu benchmark, it turned out that he was able to dial 129414, 133125 and 127776 points, thus receiving an average score of 130105.
The reason that three evaluation devices are different, is that each of the units has its own very small individual features that influence the results, but since the difference in scores is less than 10,000, it is considered acceptable.
So why copy of the presentation won more balls than these tests? Firstly, it is not clear, with some memory capacity unit tested. There are two variations to the Snapdragon 820, clocked at 2.15 GHz, 3, and 4 GB of RAM. It may also be that Xiaomi decided to cheat a little bit and overclock the processor to the test.
But even if so, Mi5 still gaining quite a decent points overtake Huawei Mate 8, Note5 and Galaxy S6 Edge.