Meizu M1 vs Xiaomi Redmi 2: comparison on AnTuTu Benchmark

Meizu M1

About 24 hours have passed since the official presentation of the Meizu M1, the new device with dimensions (more) reduced compared to those of the older brother Meizu M1 Note, with whom it shares design, materials and construction techniques.

The whole presentation event was focused on the continuous comparison with the rival Xiaomi Redmi 2 with which this new Meizu device collides and, as is normal in any "clash of titans", the company led by Li Nan clearly wishes to show how the M1 is better than the Redmi 2.

Meizu M1 vs Xiaomi Redmi 2 AnTuTu

To reinforce this market strategy comes a first numerical comparison based on the results obtained from the execution of AnTuTu Benchmark, the now famous software used as a reference for demonstrating the "brute power" of mobile devices.

Clearly, the comparison can only see, once again, the Meizu M1 against the Xiaomi Redmi 2.

The score achieved by Meizu is equal to 30.191 points, against i 20.410 obtained from Xiaomi.

Lo Xiaomi Redmire 2 has SoC Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 64-quad-core bit ad 1.2GHz with Adreno GPU 306, 1GB di RAM e 8GB di internal memory; the Meizu M1 instead, it is equipped with MediaTek MT6732 64-bit quad-core SoC ad 1.5GHz e GPU Mali-T760 MP2, 1GB di RAM and it too 8GB di internal memory.

The two devices, in this comparison, if they play with even weapons but despite this the Redmi 2 comes out defeated.

Both devices are proposed to 699 Yuan, about a quarter 99 €.

Before closing, I want to specify some things:

  1. These empirical comparisons leave some time they find because, as already mentioned, they only serve to demonstrate the "brute power" of which a device is capable, but the experience of use in everyday life can only be tested in practice and not just “on paper”.
  2. Both devices still have the Android KitKat 4.4.4 software version, an operating system “designed” for 32-bit processors. The true nature of 64-bit SoCs is appreciable, and will be increasingly so in the future, with Android Lollipop 5.0 as the operating system installed on 64-bit devices. This is because Lollipop is an operating system meant to work with 64-bit SoCs.
  3. The has been leaked for a few days TENAA certification of the 2GB RAM / 16GB internal memory version of the Xiaomi Redmi 2 which will surely make the difference in a possible comparison of this kind and even more in the user experience, as with double the amount of both RAM and ROM it will be It is possible to have more applications running simultaneously in the background and more programs installed thanks to a greater capacity of the internal archive, an aspect that cannot be transcribed.

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