After the powerful Xiaomi Mi 10 was revealed, many manufacturers looked at it as a “challenge” to try and beat it. The smartphone achieves a fascinating 585 thousand points in AnTuTu. However, Lenovo guarantees that it can do better!
In a publication on its “gaming” profile, Lenovo published that it is about to unveil a smartphone intended for gaming that will exceed 600 thousand points in the AnTuTu Benchmark.
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Lenovo wants to beat the Xiaomi Mi 10 in AnTuTu
We still know nothing about this mysterious smartphone. What we have an idea is that it will be a terminal intended for gaming and will feature the powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor. The same that incorporates the Xiaomi Mi 10. In the publication posted by Lenovo we see the phrase “bring it on” in a direct statement to the presentation Xiaomi and Mi 10.
AnTuTu score is not everything on a smartphone
The AnTuTu benchmark measures the quality of devices based on their power. However, I believe that the quality of a mobile phone cannot be measured by its performance alone. Especially because you’re only going to want that performance when you’re seriously pushing for it.
Nothing better than equipment that gives us acceptable gaming quality but a superior User Interface. The Uaser Interface is often overlooked by manufacturers and this is one of the worst mistakes.
Benchmarks can be tricked
It should also be noted that benchmark applications can be misled. Many manufacturers have already activated features in their equipment to give “extra power” for a certain time until the benchmark application is in progress. Power that the smartphone normally cannot achieve even with games.
So, here’s the tip. If you look at benchmarks you start to think about other fundamentals when buying a smartphone. You will see that power is not everything and that a clean and bug-free User Interface will give you more happiness.
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