Benchmark tests are one of the easiest ways to see whether or not certain devices are powerful, in addition to facilitating comparisons between multiple models. The only problem comes when some mobile manufacturers decide to increase the frequencies of processors just prior to undergo these tests.
Xiaomi Mi 6 is planning its launch for April 19 in Beijing, but now have been leaked the results of a performance test of Geekbench which was submitted to the device and it seems that the new flagship of Xiaomi has a higher yield than the new Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus.
Xiaomi Mi 6 with 6GB of RAM and Snapdragon 835
Xiaomi Mi 6 on GeekBench
According to the Geekbench benchmark, Xiaomi Mi 6 will feature the Snapdragon 835 eight-core processor (which had a frequency of 1.90 GHz test) and the Adreno GPU 540, 6 GB RAM and operating system Android 7.1.1.
Test single – core, Xiaomi Mi 6 got 2006 points, while in the test multi – core achieved 6438 points. In both tests, my 6 beat the Galaxy S8, whose scores were 1916-6011, respectively.
In addition, Xiaomi Mi 6 also beat the Samsung Galaxy S8 +, whose results were of 1929 points in the single test – 6084 points in multi – core and core. However, there is that point than the S8 + specifications are identical to the Galaxy S8, except that the “Plus” brings a bigger screen and a higher capacity battery.
Apart from the specifications listed on Geekbench, Xiaomi Mi 6 also will feature a display of 5.15 inches and resolution Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels), as well as with a 19 megapixel which could be dual rear camera and another for selfies 8MP camera. Finally, the device will take a 3200mAh battery, and MIUI user interface 8 above Android Nougat.