The end of 2015 came and went, and now it’s time for AnTuTu to reveal its global performance chart ranking the Top 10 most powerful smartphones to have hit the shelves last year.
AnTuTu gathered data from its latest V6.0 benchmark and compiled in a single list. The new version of the benchmark allows for cross-platform comparisons, which means we now have an opportunity to easily compare the performance of the iPhone 6S series with the finest Android handsets released in 2015. The list includes the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus and Note 5, as well as several flagships from China.
Needless to say, and to save you the suspense, the iPhone 6S series is by far the most powerful of the bunch. Keep on scrolling and see the AnTuTu V6.0 results for yourself.
iPhone 6S Series Leads The 2015 Performance Charts
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The data above was collected from AnTuTu V6.0 and excludes statistics from V5.7. The figures have been averaged from at least 500 entries per model, which should give a relatively accurate view on how the smartphones perform in synthetic benchmarks.
Needless to say, the iPhone 6S series dominates the competition and, in fact, are the only commercially available smartphones capable of topping the 100K points mark, with a whopping 132,620 points.
Next in line is the Huawei Mate 8, which was released in November 2015, with a score of 92,746 points. The terminal is powered by an in-house Kirin 950 SoC boasting a quad-core 2.3 GHz CPU along with an additional quad-core unit running at 1.8 GHz.
On third place, you’ll find the Meizu Pro 5 rocking the same processor (Exynos 7420) as the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 (4th place) and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus (5th place).
Clearly, benchmark-wise, there’s virtually no competition between the iPhone 6S series and the finest Android rivals. However, keep in mind that the Apple A9 powering the iPhone 6S needs to hold its ground for at least three more quarters in 2016, and the competition is more than willing to put up a fight. Based on earlier benchmark results, the Snapdragon 820 seemed capable enough to compete with, and even overtake the A9, but keep in mind that Qualcomm’s latest chipset is not yet commercially available, and performance could further increase by the time the chip reaches the consumer market.
The Exynos 8890 is yet another chipset to look forward to, and should offer performance levels similar to the Snapdragon 820.
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