Asus ZenFone 2 AnTuTu score compared to other flagships


One of the biggest selling points of the Asus ZenFone 2, aside from the low price-point, is the fact that is one of the first devices to come with 4 GB of RAM. Powering the 4 GB of RAM is a quad-core Intel Atom Z3580 processor which is clocked at 2.3 GHz.

While the device does have 4 GB of RAM, it is LPDDR3, not the latest LPDDR4 which is found in many flagships of 2015. So how does the ZenFone 2 with an Intel processor stack up against other flagships on the AnTuTu Benchmark? I threw together a nice table to give you a perspective. The highest ranked phone in each category will be bold.

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AnTuTu Benchmark scores:
  ZenFone 2 OnePlus One Nexus 6 Galaxy S6 G4 One M9
Total score  48348  44795  49655  69015 47163  50852
Multitask  6178  7329  7048  9641  5684  4772
Runtime  4102  2657  3992  4266  4099  3922
CPU Integer  4501  3041  4115  10670  4005  6304
CPU Float-point  4483  3789  4543  6415  4177  4089
Single-thread Integer  2108  2118  3018  2542  2405  1864
Single-thread Float  2108  2514  2720  2173  2372  1609
RAM Operation  3263  1912  2350  3357  2866  2102
RAM Speed  3027  1866  2828  3973  4241  3075
2D Graphics  1642  1707  1627  1634  1656  1624
3D Graphics  13358  14629  14469  21058  12387  18229
Storage I/O  2545  2563  2305  2571  2571  2557
Database I/O  735  670  640  715  709  705
Cost  $299  $349  $649  $749  $599  $699

As you can see, the Galaxy S6 still reigns supreme in virtually every category, but the Asus ZenFone 2 definitely can hold its own against the top flagships. Not only that, but it has the cheapest price tag of any of the aforementioned devices.

I would personally like to see what the device can do rooted and maybe even running a custom ROM. There is plenty of potential under the hood of the Asus ZenFone 2, and it will only continue to get better through updates.

Not only that, but the device is currently running the very first version of Android Lollipop, which is behind the other devices, most of which are on 5.0.2, aside from the Nexus 6 (5.1.1) and the LG G4 (5.1). I’ve already received two updates since owning the device, so I’m hopeful for a major one in the near future.

Stay tuned for the full review of the ZenFone 2, as I’ll be going over the entire device, not just the hardware. If you have any specific questions about the device, be sure to drop a comment below; I’d definitely appreciate it!


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  • derrick

    How does the phone feel? Also, does it seem faster than the m9?

    • Matt Kinne

      It definitely feels good. The curve makes it feel like the G3, but the back cover is a little more textured. I don’t mind the top lock button as I use tap to wake, but it isn’t as bad as people make it out to be. I kinda prefer it.

      As far as speed, I definitely think it is faster than the M9. Wasn’t really a fan of that device. I just wish Asus wouldn’t have so many pre-installed apps. Liking it so far though.