Ludashi announced the smoothness benchmark scores for newly releaseds martphones in February. As the top14 list shows, Huawei Mate Xs, running on EMUI10 system, takes the first place, with the score of 170.11. It is followed by two Samsung phones, while Xiaomi 10 Pro ranks fourth.
Mate Xs is Huawei’s latest generation of new foldable phone that uses EMUI10, an mobile operating system that is based on Android 10. With distributed technology applied to the all-encompassing terminal system, the device brings innovative interactive experience, including air control and side-screen touch control.
The second-ranked Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra is powered by One UI 2.0 system based on Android 10.
It is reported that Ludashi’s smoothness benchmark scores mainly targets such tasks as system file copy, desktop swipe, web page loading, self-starting, APP use and photo review. It aims to test the UI adaptability, optimization and smoothness of mobile phone systems.
The benchmark scores for new devices dates from February 1 to February 29 in Ludashi App. The ranking exclusively selects newly-released models, as the scores of some new models, which lack test data or just have EVT-generated data, are not consistent.
Starting in March 2020, Huawei Mate Xs foldable phones will be on sale globally, and here are the details of its availability in some markets:
Malaysia – March 20
China – March 5
UAE – preorder starting from March 6
Spain – coming soon
Australia – coming soon
Singapore – coming soon
Indonesia – coming soon
Also, there will be more areas where Mate Xs will be available.
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