AnTuTu officially releases benchmark score of the upcoming flagship phone, the ZTE AXON 10 Pro, which also support 5G network. The score indicates that the AXON 10 Pro phone clearly outperforms few of the recently released and upcoming flagship phones like the Meizu 16s, ASUS Zenfone 6, Xiaomi Mi 9, OPPO Reno 10x Zoom, etc.
With a score of 381,136, ZTE AXON 10 Pro is the top performer among all the current Snapdragon 855-powered phones. While the CPU, GPU and UX scores of AXON 10 Pro are similar to those of other Snapdragon 855 flagship phones, the difference is present in the MEM (memory + storage) score.
It is reported that the ZTE AXON 10 Pro is the first phone in the world to support F2FS file system. Compared to the current EXT4 file format, the F2FS file format has a much faster file reading speed. AXON 10 Pro is also the first phone to use Sandisk iNAND 8521 flash memory chip, which increases the writing performance by more than 3 times.
AnTuTu also posted Sequential read and write and random read and write scores of the AXON 10 Pro which are not much different from the other Snapdragon 855-powered smartphones. The higher running scores are much useful and witnessed in the 5G network as writing and reading speeds are fully met in a high-speed network.
ZTE is launching the AXON 10 Pro in China on May 6.