Elephone has published a video pitting the company’s latest flagships, the P7000 and P8000, against the Mi Note from Xiaomi and the Galaxy Note 3 from Samsung in a flash memory benchmark test to see which device had the fastest read/write performance.
The test was conducted using AndroBench 4 which is a storage benchmarking tool for Android devices. The app runs a number of operations to test and benchmark the device’s flash memory performance and see how fast it can read and/or write data.
According to the video, the P7000 finished the benchmark test first with the P8000 following closely behind it while the Galaxy Note 3 and Mi Note finished third and fourth, respectively. The benchmark test results showed that the P7000 and P8000 significantly trumped and outperformed both the Mi Note and Galaxy Note 3 in all of the flash memory read/write tests. Here are the results:
Xiaomi Mi Note – 176.87 MB/s
Elephone P7000 – 230.23 MB/s
Elephone P8000 – 230.11 MB/s
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 – 146.5 MB/s
Xiaomi Mi Note – 29.68 MB/s
Elephone P7000 – 72.18 MB/s
Elephone P8000 – 72.34 MB/s
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 – 70.74 MB/s
Xiaomi Mi Note – 15.65MB/s, 4037.91 IOPS
Elephone P7000 – 22.22MB/s, 5735.26 IOPS
Elephone P8000 – 23.92 MB/s, 6174.66 IOPS
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 – 16.95 MB/s, 4389.6 IOPS
Xiaomi Mi Note – 6.32MB/s, 1634.81 IOPS
Elephone P7000 – 12.89MB/s, 3309.69 IOPS
Elephone P8000 – 12.5 MB/s, 3235.68 IOPS
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 – 8.54 MB/s, 2206.97 IOPS
The speed of the Elephone P7000 and P8000 is mainly due to the faster eMMC 5.0 flash memory the company decided to use for the flagship devices. The faster chips lead not only to faster read/write speeds but also faster overall performance as both devices also launched apps faster than either of the other competing devices.