AnTuTu Benchmark App now Available for Windows 10 Mobile
Every core mobile phone user wants to know as much as possible about its device. And the best way to find out limits and compatibilities of your handset is to run a benchmark test on it. This is now possible on Windows 10 Mobile phones, with the new AnTuTu Benchmark app.
AnTuTu Benchmark is one of the most popular benchmarking apps for Android phones, with more than 100 million users, and it finally made its way to Microsoft’s platform now, as you can download it from the Windows Store for free.
AnTuTu Benchmark for Windows 10 Mobile Features
AnTuTu Benchmark will test every component and aspect of your Windows 10 Mobile device, including graphics, CPU, RAM, and more, and it will give you an exact performance score based on results of the benchmarking test.
“With the Click and Go test suite, Antutu will comprehensively test all aspects of a device, including UX, GPU, RAM, CPU, I/O and more. Each item is individually assessed and given a score. These scores can be uploaded to the Antutu database, and then used to rank your device among all other Android devices.”
Here’s the complete list of AnTuTu Benchmark v6.0 for Windows 10 Mobile features:
- New designed 3D Testing Scene.
- Add new UX testing items and increase UX testing proportion
- New CPU Testing Added
- New Score Proportion 5. Cross-platform
AnTuTu Benchmark v6 for Windows 10 Mobile is still in beta, but it can get the job done fairly well, and provide you with precise details about the performance of your Windows 10 Mobile device. You can use AnTuTu Benchmark’s score to deeply compare your current headset with another device, which will help you decide whether it’s time for a new phone, or you can rock your pet for some more time.
If you want to test the performance of your Windows 10 Mobile device right now, you can head over to the Windows Store, and download AnTuTu Benchmark for free.
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