Being referred to as the Snapdragon 810 v2.1, the chip scores an impressive 63,424 points in the AnTuTu benchmark, which is well above what the SD810-powered HTC One M9 and LG G Flex 2 achieved. It is also in the 60,000+ points ballpark of Samsung's Exynos 7420 SoC powering the GS6 & GS6 edge. The revised Snapdragon 810's result is impressive, considering it has to power a Quad-HD resolution smartphone. It scored higher than the One M9 and G Flex 2, despite their 1080p screens and the lesser pixel pushing involved. The performance increase is most likely attributed to better clock speed and thermal management - the chipset doesn't throttle so aggressively and gets to show more of its full potential.
The Mi Note Pro is the Chinese smartphone maker's flagship product this year. In addition to top-shelf Qualcomm silicon, it offers a 5.7-inch 2K display, 4GB of LPPDR4 RAM, dedicated audio amplifiers, a 13MP camera, and a 3090mAh battery. The superphone launched in China today, carrying a $483 price tag - a bargain by universal standards, but surprisingly expensive for Xiaomi. Then again, the price is justified, considering what this beast offers to power users.
source: Weibo , G For Games , MIUI