iPhone 7 beats all Android phones on AnTuTu benchmark

iPhone 7 beats all Android phones on AnTuTu benchmark

As of August 2016, the OnePlus 3 holds the highest score in AnTuTu‘s benchmarking test, although it just got dethroned this month by Apple’s new iPhone 7.


According to AnTuTu’s database, the OnePlus 3 got an average score of more than 140K which trampled other Android devices. Although this is pretty impressive, the iPhone 7 proved to achieve a higher score of 178,397 — about a third more than what the previous iPhone 6s scored and way more than other Android handsets that ran AnTuTu.



What made this record-breaking score possible is its new quad-core A10 Fusion chipset partnered by 2GB of RAM.

We know that benchmark scores don’t really translate to being the best in everyday usage, but these numbers are proof of how much load it can process and how fast they do so.

Good job, Apple.


Kevin Bruce Francisco is the Senior Editor and Video Producer for YugaTech. He's a Digital Filmmaking graduate who's always either daydreaming of traveling or actually going places on his bike. Follow him on Twitter for more tech updates @kevincofrancis.

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8 Responses

  1. Marcos says:

    mas may sense kasi magdesign ng chip ang Apple kesa Android. Sa Android paramihan ng cores for marketing purposes. Kahit noong dual core pa lng ang Apple, much better na. Single thread performance is greater than so many cores. Analogy, ano mas gusto mo humila ng kalesa, dalawang kabayo o sampung kambing?

  2. Dell says:

    “We know that benchmark scores don’t really translate to being the best in everyday usage”.
    Yeah yeah, we know. So how about reading this? http://www.macrumors.com/2016/08/22/galaxy-note-7-iphone-6s-speed-test/

  3. Well Agú says:

    Of course, Fandroids will defend their devices and say this article is biased and benchmarks are not accurate. Walang matamis sa mata ng mga ampalaya.

  4. A says:

    Dapat lang naman, sa presyo pa lang e, alangan mahal na nga kulilat pa! Should we expect less from Apple?

  5. Freeje says:

    Ehpol boys defend your bang for the buck phone!

  6. macmac says:

    i believe iphones are faster even with lower specs is partly because apple can optimize the OS for only a small number of phones variations. Google can only do so much because they do not control most android hardware. As an example, look at the Android One initiative (i have used the cherry mobile one), the phone i used is quite low spec but its performance is quite pleasing for its price. it is probably because google has more control over it than regular android phones. This not to say that this is the only reason, apple does select quality parts as well, but the fact that apple has total control over its hardware plays a big part in iOS optimization.

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