Recently, Sony Xperia Z3 got leaked online boasting AnTuTu benchmark score of 37,000. Given the fact that it is powered by Snapdragon 801, it is not as extra-ordinary score but what would be very unlikely is to see is a MediaTek SoC featuring device scoring more than that.
Yes, we are talking about an unknown smartphone that was spotted recently in the AnTuTu benchmark test. Reportedly said to be powered by MediaTek MT-6595, the phone has amazed most of the tech enthusiasts, as it has scored a whooping 43,149 score in the AnTuTu benchmark test.
Though, we have seen 40,000 points scored by other devices previously, it is not much of a surprise as these were powered by Qualcomm CPUs. Anyways, the unknown device which has apparently been leaked online via benchmark screenshot and might be one from China, as far as assumed by tech experts.
To be precise, this mystery device running on a MediaTek MT-6595 chip is using the 1.7GHz octa-core solution that supports 4G LTE and can support 4K and 2K video output. With four Cortex-A17 and four Cortex-A7 inside clocked at 1.7Ghz, the MT-6595 supports ARM's big.LITTLE architecture. It also looks like, it is a dual SIM phone and we can also tell you that the MT-6595 chipset has 3GB of RAM and features Android KitKat v4.4.2.
But, since we are not aware of the device at the moment, we don't have any option but to believe in the existing speculations that suggest it is probably the rumored Meizu MX4, which is the company's unannounced flagship smartphone set to debut in the second half of this year.
Another possibility is the Xiaomi Mi3S, which could be the new variant powered by MediaTek SoC. The Snapdragon 801 powered variant of the handset scored about 31,000 in the same benchmark test.
However, these are just possibilities and the name of the model is yet to be out, until then stay tuned to GizBot!