Recently we started testing Meizu m2 note – a great offering for a mid-class device that packs a lot of neat features and nice specs. Today, however, we are going to talk about the SoC (MediaTek MT6753) of the device and the performance that brings to the table. Also, we are going to compare it to Snapdragon 410 to see which one fares better. For the purposes of this comparison, we are going to take the test results from another famous model – the third generation Motorola Moto G.
You can check the prices of both devices at the following links:
Meizu m2 note: http://smartphone.bg/smartphones-meizu-m2_note
Motorola Moto G3: http://smartphone.bg/smartphones-motorola-Moto_G3_2015
|Manufacturing processing||28 nm|
|Number of cores||4|
|Architecture||ARM Cortex-A53 / 64-bit support|
|GPU||Adreno 306 / 450 MHz|
|Manufacturing process||28 nm|
|Number of cores||8|
|Architecture||Cortex-A53 / 64-bit support|
More information about the capabilities of Snapdragon 410 could be found at Qualcomm’s official site:
On the other hand, MediaTek MT6753 is also aimed at the middle-class but offers eight Cortex-A53 cores clocked at higher 1.5GHz frequency, albeit in Meizu m2 note’s case it’s 1.3GHz. Thanks to the MediaTek CorePilot technology, the cores of the SoC are used intelligently, meaning you get the lowest energy consumption possible, but when it’s needed – the full capabilities and power of all the cores are unlocked. The GPU unit in the mobile chip is Mali-T720. The SoC also boasts Rel. 9, Cat. 4 LTE, 802.11n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, up to 16MP cameras, and Full HD video recording @30fps.
More information about the capabilities of MediaTek MT6753 could be found at MediaTek’s official site:
Even though both SoCs provide smooth performance, it is interesting to see how they compare to each other. In order to check that, we ran a couple of benchmarks that test the computing and graphic performance of both competitor chips. You can view the results on the graph below.
|Benchmarks||Qualcomm Snapdragon 410||Mediatek MT6753|
|Geekbench 3 (Multi-Core)||1640||2322|
|Vellamo 2 Metal||675||694|
|GFXBench 2.7 T-Rex (offscreen)||5.3||12|
|GFXBench 3 Manhattan (offscreen)||1.7||2.2|
|3D Mark Ice Unlimited||4450||6226|
|Pi – 10 mil. (lower is better)||47.943||41,103|
Now, that we’re done with the performance benchmarks, it is time to see how the SoCs handle temperatures when subjected to long periods of 3D gaming. To simulate actual 3D gaming we use the Epic Citadel app. After a couple of hours we measured the temperatures on both devices and you can see the results below.