Performance: CPU and Device
AnTuTu’s latest benchmark returns a number of scores—too many to graph so we’re including a look at all the numbers in a table. This test measures subsystem performance in various areas like Database IO, Storage IO, CPU (Int. and Float), GPU (3D), and RAM (speed).
The Galaxy Note 4 took second place overall here, just behind the iPhone 6 Plus. Notice, however, that the two devices trade victories depending on the particular test being run.
The MobileXPRT benchmark had the Note 4 winning overall as well, with a score of 229. In a couple of the UX tests, however, the Note 4 faltered a bit, most likely due to the relatively high resolution of its screen bringing framerates down a bit.