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MediaTek MT6592 octa-core SoC takes on Antutu, posts an impressive score

Antutu benchmark scores for the freshly announced MediaTek MT6592 octa-core chipset have emerged, showcasing its top-shelf performance. The MT6592 SoC with 1.7GHz CPU cores posted a result of 29415, while its sibling with 2GHz cores, came out with a truly impressive 32606.

The abovementioned scores put the 2GHz CPU version of the chipset at the very top of the Antutu performance chart, besting every high-end Android device we’ve tested this far. You can see how exactly the MediaTek MT6592 fares in the chart below.


AnTuTu 4

Higher is better

  • MediaTek MT6592, 2GHz CPU
    32606
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 3
    31109
  • Sony Xperia Z1
    30850
  • LG G2
    30243
  • Sony Xperia Z Ultra
    29185
  • Samsung Galaxy S4
    27613
  • HTC One
    26389
  • HTC One Max
    26348
  • LG Nexus 5
    25097
  • Meizu MX3
    24391
  • LG Nexus 4
    17006

While the chipset’s score in undeniably impressive, it must be noted that the screen resolution of the device used for the benchmark testing hasn’t been disclosed. A device with a 720p display for example, would post a significantly higher score than one with a FullHD unit.

We will pass final judgment when we get to put a final production device with the new chipset through its paces. The initial impression though, shows that MediaTek might be dropping its budget credentials for more high-end ones.

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