While the LG Optimus G is the first device available with a Snapdragon S4 Pro quad-core processor powering it, the Xiaomi Mi-Two was the first device powered by the same beast of a processor to be announced publicly. The Mi-Two isn’t yet available in the market, but benchmarks for it have been made available by a few Chinese sites who received an engineering sample, and the results are quite impressive as expected.
The Mi-Two beats every other device compared to by GSMArena in all tests, but loses out to the LG Optimus G in processor-based tests like Linpack and Quadrant, with a score of 435 and 7247 respectively, but beats it in the AnTuTu and Vellamo benchmarks. In the tests related to the GPU however, the Mi-Two beats even the Optimus G, though that’s mainly because the latter’s framerate is locked to 60 fps.
The Snapdragon S4 Pro is as powerful a chipset as it was said it would be, and these benchmark results back that statement. It should be mentioned that the Mi-Two isn’t running final software yet, so the scores should increase even further in the future (though it will still depend on how well Xiaomi optimizes the software).
Head over to the source link below to check out all the benchmark scores of the Xiaomi Mi-Two and to see how it fares against other devices.