Meizu MX4 tops AnTuTu's list of top Android phones for 2014

Meizu MX4 tops AnTuTu's list of top Android phones for 2014
The AnTuTu benchmark site released its list of the top scoring Android phones for 2014. On top was the Meizu MX4. Powered by the octa-core MT6595 from MediaTek, the phone had an average score of 47,765. For those new to the world of smartphones, the AnTuTu site tests Android devices submitted by users via an app that can be downloaded from the Google Play Store. AnTuTu tests each model's CPU, GPU, RAM, I/O and UX. When done, the app will give you an overall score, which can be different each time you run the app. Factors like the temperature of the phone and running apps can change the bottom line result.

After the Meizu MX4, the stock Android Nexus 6 was next with an average score of 47,079. A couple of phones from Sammy were next with the Samsung Galaxy Alpha (45,817) and the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (44,669) finishing third and fourth respectively. With an average result of 44,516, the OnePlus One rounds out the top five.

Some of the trends observed by AnTuTu include the use of a Snapdragon chip in seven out of the top ten devices, including two models that employ the Snapdragon 805 SoC (Nexus 6 and Samsung Galaxy Note 4). This year, AnTuTu expects to see phones powered by the Snapdragon 810 making its list.

In 2013, the top two ranked Android phones based on AnTuTu's testing were both Samsung Galaxy Note 3 models. On top was the Snapdragon 800 powered variant, while the version run by the Exynos 5420 finished second. You can check out the top ten for both 2014 and 2013 by clicking on the slideshow below.

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source: AnTuTu

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