AnTuTu is the world’s most popular Android benchmarking app. This works on both smartphones and tablets to help establish whether or not your device is up to speed. All you need to do is download the APK of AnTuTu and run the diagnosis. Not only is this app used by the public, but it is also often used for industrial purposes and by experts who’re looking inside your phone to see why it’s running so slowly.
Since its release, there have been over 100,000,000 million users. Staggering, huh? Much of this success has come from popular Android review YouTube channels which use AnTuTu to grade new phones, older phones, and Android iOS updates. Plus, the ease of use of AnTuTU means that everyone can test their phones, from the expert to casual Android user.
Using the Benchmark Software
The Click and Go test suite is the backbone of the Antutu software. It tests all aspects of a device. This includes the GPU, UX, CPU, Memory and more. Each item is individually graded and given a unique score, which is then uploaded as a package to the greater Antutu database, now home to the data from millions of devices. There is no better way to test the performance of your device against the industry standard. Not only does this give you a good picture of where your device stands in relation to other devices of the same build, release date, and quality, it can help you decide whether you need to take the device to be assessed or fixed by a professional. Also, it can help you figure out whether a device you’ve bought second hand – or fresh from a shop – is up to the expected quality.
Some New and Existing Features of Antutu Benchmark
- There are unique 3D test scenes built into the app. This is the best way to analyze the performance of your device’s video capacity and CPU/GPU performance. These 3D scenes are used usually on PCs to test CPU and graphics capability, while also keeping an eye on the temperature. These tests help you decide whether your device is up to scratch when it comes to video and game graphics.
- Recently, new UX tests have been added that apply better to more real-world cases. Testing the speed, how responsive the UX is, and whether or not there is any input lag can all make a big difference when it comes to using your device. Both of these tests – CPU and UX – are graded with a relatively new score proportion, based on updated numbers on the Antutu database after a sizable clean-up of their existing data.
- Antutu is incredibly easy to use. To verify your device all you need to do is tap once. It really is that simple, and fast as well.
- As well as providing scores about the GPU performance and UX handling, there are also in-depth details about the temperature of your device’s battery, the battery level and how well the battery is performing, and CPU load changes which might help to explain unexplainable device slow-downs.