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Xiaomi MI 10 Pro scores almost 600,000 points in Antutu

Xiaomi MI 10 Pro scores almost 600,000 points in Antutu

Amid several leaks, from the design to the specifications the Xiaomi Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro, has been for many, more awaited than the Samsung Galaxy S20 line.

As the official launch date of Xiaomi's new line tops approaches, rumors are being replaced by leaks from sources that now claim that the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro has surpassed all smartphones released today that have passed the Antutu Benchmark .

Since the end of last year, we already know that the Xiaomi Mi 10 would bring Qualcomm's top-of-the-line processor, the Snapdragon 865 with its integrated 5G modem.

Yesterday, the manufacturer also officially confirmed that it would add LPDDR5 memory hardware or LPDDR4 instead, so that the speed of access to files and applications can be up to 50% faster and energy consumption up to 30% more efficient.

The most updated Antutu table above. (ref. Antutu Benchmark - January 2020)The most updated Antutu table above. (ref. Antutu Benchmark – January 2020)

This means that Xiaomi's top-of-the-line product that may be officially unveiled next week, will be one of the fastest smartphones in the world.

As usual, the information came through the social network Weibo, indicating that the Xiaomi Mi 10 reaches almost 600,000 points in the AnTuTu Benchmark. Although we do not have the screenshot, as soon as it appears, we will update it here.

But the user of Weibo proved that the Mi 10 Pro's AnTuTu score of more than 590,000, this shows that he easily wins all smartphones tested to date by Antutu.

Taking into account that the Rog Phone II is the first placed today in the list of Antutu, the Mi 10 Pro, arrive with almost 90,000 points more than the Asus gamer smartphone.

However, we must not forget that the Galaxy S20, S20 Plus and S20 Ultra, possibly will have variants with snapdragon 865 that will lead Samsung's line tops to reach perhaps the same score or even more.

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