Helio X10 vs Snapdragon 808 vs Snapdragon 650: here is the comparison of Antutu

A big surprise, today Xiaomi presented the new Xiaomi Note 3 Redmire Pro, more powerful variant of the previous one Xiaomi Note 3 Redmire, from which it differs mainly due to the presence of the new SoC Qualcomm Snapdragon 650, previously known as Snapdragon 618.

As we know, on the Redmi Note 3 is present theHelio X10, top of the range chipset MediaTek released last 2015.

But what are the differences between these 2 processors?

He comes to help us Antutu, famous platform of benchmarking that on his Weibo social page has released some images that show us the differences in scores between the aforementioned SoC and, since the new one exa-core Snapdragon 650 in a certain sense it replaces the previous one Snapdragon 808, the latter was also included in the comparison, in order to have an idea of ​​the gap between the 2s.

Antutu snapdragon 650

How can we see, the difference in score between Helio X10 and Snapdragon 650 is definitely evident, with a score of 48354 for the first one against i 78679 of the second, or about 61% more, finally distancing himself not far from his brother Snapdragon 808 which ranks with a score of 70087.

Antutu snapdragon 650

In this other chart, however, we can see the differences dii score of the CPU in Single-core e multi-core, in addition to that of the GPU, among the 3 chipsets in question.

On the other hand we are talking about 2 processors with structural differences, as theHelio X10 it's a true octa-core with type architecture ARM Cortex-A53 da 2.2 GHzwhile its Snapdragon 650 it's a exa-core formed by 2 cluster, which is a dual-core ARM Cortex-A72 da 1.8 GHz it's a quad-core ARM Cortex-A53 da 1.2 GHz.

While presenting a clock frequency and a lower number of cores, Qualcomm's SoC is strong in the presence of the new Cortex-A72 architecture, and, despite being a non-high-end chipset, promises to guarantee top-of-the-range performance previous generation.

And what do you think? Will the high-end mid-ranges of this 2016 succeed in keeping up with the top of the 2015 range?