The benchmark score doubles in the excitement surrounding the Moto X30 Pro


The benchmark score doubles in the excitement surrounding the Moto X30 Pro

Benchmark scoring apps serve another purpose besides stating rights for specific smartphone owners. They can help manufacturers determine whether software changes will have a positive or negative impact on a cell phone. Benchmark apps can also be used by smartphone manufacturers to determine how their phones compare to the competition.

As we alluded to in the previous paragraph, a smartphone enthusiast will try to use their Daily Driver’s benchmark score to suggest why their current phone is better than yours. For example, the average AnTuTu score for the Pixel 6 Pro is 717,000 compared to 848,000 for the iPhone 13 Pro Max. Looking closely at the numbers now, the iPhone 13 Pro Max is a better phone than the Pixel 6 pers.

The upcoming Moto X30 Pro tops the AnTuTu benchmark score

However, what the benchmark tests fail to score is the taste of the phone owner. For example, someone might prefer Android over iOS, be attracted to the Pixel 6 Pro’s special Google features, or have the opportunity to have a first try with most Android updates. So while these benchmark apps give you a numerical answer that you might consider a scoreboard, it doesn’t necessarily mean that the higher score is best for YOU.

The AnTuTu benchmark test measures the handset’s CPU (central processing unit), GPU (graphics processing unit), memory, and UX (user experience). The latter is determined by measuring data processing, data security, image processing and certain video tasks. Keep in mind that the benchmark app looks at processing power in terms of speed. The app cannot measure the quality of video playback or audio streams, as this is best left to the user.

One of the most exciting new phones coming our way later this month is Motorola’s Moto X30 Pro. It will be the first smartphone with a 200 megapixel camera sensor and will have the fastest charging speed of all Motorola phone of all time (125W, wired). The device will come with a 6.67-inch FHD+ display with a 144Hz refresh rate. Under the hood will be Qualcomm’s powerful Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset.
Recently, we saw Motorola and its parent company Lenovo disclose information on China’s Weibo social media page. And there a post appeared showing the incredible AnTuTu score of 1,114,761 for the Moto X30 Pro. The picture was posted by Chen Jin, General Manager of Lenovo China Mobile Division. That could be the highest AnTuTu score achieved by an Android device.

A gaming phone currently has the highest Android AnTuTu score

Motorola has been on the move lately, rising to become the third-largest smartphone maker (with its parent company Lenovo) in the world and the United States. With the Moto X30 Pro, Motorola wants to provide a challenger for the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra.

The top rated Android phones right now include the gaming phone Red Magic 7 (1,046,552), Vivo X80 (1,000,443), Motorola Edge 30 Pro (1,000,443), Mi 12 Pro (989,730) and the Vivo X80 Pro (987,693). At the top of the iOS/iPadOS list are the two variants of the fifth generation iPad Pro. The 12.9-inch model scored 1,203,916 points, while the 11-inch model scored 1,180,184. It is followed by the latest tablet iPad Air (1,079,942). The first iPhone on the list is the fifth-placed iPhone 13 Pro Max (830,180).

You cannot take every AnTuTu score for granted. That’s because several companies, including OnePlus and HTC, have been arrested for fraud enables certain phones to provide optimized AnTuTu scores when those devices detect that the app is being used. As with many things in life, be careful.
Assuming the score for the Moto X30 Pro is legit, this is yet another reason to be genuinely excited (and if not excited, then intrigued) about Motorola’s upcoming flagship.

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