AnTuTu have just released v3.0.2 on 30th November which was on the back of v3.0.1, four days prior.
Many users have said that benchmarks are worthless and only real-world testing by the user, can give you a true measure of a device. Benchmarking allows direct comparison between devices using standardised tests. If there’s a way for me to numerically compare my device to another, I’m all for it.
AnTuTu, the benchmark of benchmarking apps was recently updated to version 3.01. Aside from having a new icon, there’s a completely new OpenGL 2.0 3D and 2D gaming benchmark. The list of updates includes:
- Full support multi-user feature on Android 4.2.
- Display CPU core number in benchmark information.
- Lock screen orientation on benchmarking to avoid some error.
- Fixed submit page display twice on first time submit scores.
- Fixed crash on some device.
With these updates, full benchmarks now include “Memory Performance”, “CPU Integer Performance”, “CPU Floating point Performance”, “2D 3D Graphics Performance”, “SD card reading/writing speed”, and “Database IO” performance testing. Users familiar with the app will notice the changes in the performance tests.