Earlier today, Meizu unveiled its first full screen design smartphone – the Meizu M6S. It is one of the major rivals for the Xiaomi Redmi 5 Plus that carries a similar pricing. On AnTuTu, the Meizu M6S that is powered by Samsung’s Exynos 7872 has scored higher than the Redmi 5 Plus that is powered by Snapdragon 625.
In the below image, the average AnTuTu score is shown on the left side whereas the benchmarking score of Meizu M6S is on the right. The Meizu M6S and Redmi 5 Plus have respectively scored 88133 and 76192 on AnTuTu.
The Snapdragon 625 is an 14nm chipset features an octa-core processor that includes two quad-core clusters of CortexA52 that delivers a maximum speed of 2.0 GHz along with Adreno 506 graphics. On the other side, the Exynos 7872 is a brand-new chipset from Samsung that has arrived first on the Meizu M6S. It is also a 14nm chipset that features a hexa-core processor that includes two cores of Cortex A73 that clocks at 2.0 GHz and four cores of Cortex A53 that works at 1.6 GHz. It includes Mali-G71 graphics.
The Snapdragon 625 is well-known for its efficiency. However, by looking at the AnTuTu scores of Meizu M6S and Redmi 5 Plus it can be understood that when it comes to performance, the Exynos 7872 seems to be a better performing chipset.
The Meizu M6S will be officially available for buying starting from Jan. 19. Its base model featuring 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage and high version that includes 3 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage are respectively priced at 999 Yuan (~$155) and 1,199 Yuan (~$186) in China. On the other side, the Redmi 5 Plus variants with 3 GB RAM + 32 GB storage and 4 GB + 64 GB storage are available in the country with respective pricing of 999 Yuan (~$155) and 1,299 Yuan (~$201).
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