The performance of the smartphone no longer has the importance it played before. If 5-7 years ago to take a small camera on Android meant to condemn himself on a regular lag and unresponsiveness of the interface, but now nobody remembers. So, at least, I thought, because he practically ceased to pay attention to the processor which is the hardware basis of the smartphone. But as it turned out, there was still a separate category of users and filling, and synthetic power more important than all other features.
To calculate the performance of the smartphone today with the same methods as before. This takes the most common benchmark like AnTuTu or Geekbench, which simulates the load on the hardware, typical for heavy tasks, and assesses how quickly and efficiently the device handle assigned tasks. As a rule, the higher the score, the better the performance. And since the computational power of different smartphones, even with identical stuffing can differ quite substantially, to calculate the productive is not so difficult.
The most powerful smartphones 2020
- Oppo Find X2 Pro
- Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro
- Oppo Find X2
- Oppo Ace2
- iQOO Neo3
- Redmi K30 Pro
- Realme X50 Pro player version
- iQOO 3
- Meizu Pro 17
- OnePlus 8 Pro
Despite the fact that the difference in performance between these smartphones cannot be called huge, it still is, although they are based on the same processor. Really surprised this is not particularly necessary. First, it is of great importance to software that with a proper optimization happens to be capable of iron the best that other devices aren’t able. Secondly, the performance itself reflects the memory used by the manufacturer. In some smartphones are very fast drives are expensive and some a little slower and cheaper. Moreover, to compute it only in direct comparison, as individually the difference is almost imperceptible.
As for the values of this indicator as a performance, then there are a lot of discrepancies. Some prefer to focus exclusively on synthetics, because, in their opinion, only benchmarks can recognize the real potential of the smartphone. Others, on the contrary, treat computing power with caution, preferring to start from the actual performance of the device. After all, if the device runs slowly and does not pull, what difference, how many parrots in AnTuTu it generally issued?
What is important is whether performance in a smartphone
Personally, I belong to the second, and pay attention to actual performance of the smartphone. The fact that I know that many manufacturers have a special way of optimizing the software for their devices for benchmarks, so they gave the figures a little more. Thus, for example, did Huawei, and when the company was accused of falsifying the facts, some of its top managers, made an exculpatory statement, stressing that the users themselves want to see performance, and the developers just a little played up to them.
In General, synthetic testing is quite relative. Yes, the benchmark can overclock the CPU and get it working quickly. But if I can do the same with other apps? Not a fact, because not all depends on the hardware itself. It is very important that developers of third-party software and games optimized them for each combination of iron. That is why Honor View 20, which came out in late 2018 and is not the most powerful processor, supports 60 fps mode in Fortnite, and many flagships 2020-th year – no.