Xiaomi MI Pad Specifications leaked in AnTuTu

Xiaomi Mi Pad is a tablet from China that we recently spotted on AnTuTu. Its CPU is supplied by Nvidia and packs a 7.9 inch display featuring 2048×1536 pixels. This translates to 326 pixels per inch.

Xiaomi MI Pad Specifications

7.9 inch 2048×1536 pixel resolution display
Quad core Nvidia Tegra K1 processor
16GB flash storage
2 gigabytes of RAM
Micro SD card slot
Android operating system

The Nvidia Tegra K1 runs at 2.2 GHz processor that is backed by 2 GB of main memory. Xiaomi is selling it for USD 272 (1699 Yuan) which is pretty low for what you get. The retina display on a 7.9 inch screen will give you a pixels per inch of 326.

Xiaomi MI Pad Specifications

The AnTuTu site shows that the tablet scored 39263 points.

Nvidia Tegra K1 64-bit Gets Benchmarked

Nvidia released the new 64 bit mobile processor, the Tegra K1, and now this SoC has made its appearance on AnTuTu benchmark database. The K1 was spotted on benchmark app, and looking at its score, it appears to be a very powerful CPU. There will be two variants of this CPU when it will be made available to the OEMs for use in tablets and smart phones, a dual core 64 bit and a 32 bit quad core variant.


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AnTuTu Quadrant Benchmark of Galaxy S5 and S4 Performance Comparison

At the MWC 2014 Barcelona event, Samsung launched Galaxy S5, it is finally time to do some benchmark tests on it. The most popular of them is the AnTuTu.

Folks at mobilegeeks were able to perform this benchmark and they got a score of 35474, which is higher than the Note 3, Z Ultra and LG G2. Here is the picture of its score proof.

AnTuTu Galaxy S5

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