Today we are gonna discuss about a common Benchmarking tool which is widely used to benchmark phones and devices based on the ARM architecture, known as the Antutu Benchmark.
What is Benchmark?
Why is Antutu Benchmark better?
It tests the device by testing the following –
UX (Multitask, Runtime)
UX means the test of User Experience of the Device.
CPU means the tests of Central Processing Unit of the device.
GPU means the test of Graphics Processing Unit of the device. The graphics like screen resolution and gaming graphics (both 2D and 3D Graphics) are tested.
RAM means the test of Random Access Memory of the device. This memory is allocated to different applications to run in realtime.
IO (Storage I/O, Database I/O)
IO means the tests of Input and Output of the device. This test the storage speeds and database accessing speeds of the device. In simple words, it is the data transfer speeds of the device.
How to get it?
Antutu Benchmark is easily available for a wide range of devices. It can be downloaded for any Android device (Play Store), iOS Device (App Store), as well as Windows Phone (Windows Store). It is free to download on all the listed devices.
How to use?
You can download for your device from the above download links.
Install Antutu Benchmark on your device.
Launch the app.
It will probably show a Test Button.
And a lot of tests to choose from. You should choose all for a better overall result.
Wait a for a few minutes.
After a process is complete, you will see the final score of your device.