Newly unveiled Samsung Galaxy A9 scores 73,592 on AnTuTu

After a detailed follow up we reported the unveiling of the Samsung Galaxy A9 last week. The device is equipped with a large 6inch display of Super AMOLED type and resolution of 1080X1920pixels. Carrying the Snapdragon 652 chipset and 3GB RAM under the hood the Galaxy A9 brings a smooth performance.

We can get the level of specs put on the Galaxy A9 which is justly considered as the high-end model among the Galaxy A series devices. To judge the comparative powers of the Galaxy A9 the device is set to go through AnTuTu benchmark test. And from the results out of the benchmark test we can spot the Galaxy A9 against some key devices in the market.

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The Galaxy A9 has scored 73,592 in the AnTuTu benchmark test. With this score the Galaxy A9 stands with two flagship models, the Sony Xperia Z5 and the HTC One M9. Against the Galaxy A9 the Xperia Z5 scored 76,862 while the HTC One M9 stands with 79,965. However the Galaxy A9 has made this score with Snapdragon 652 chipset while both Xperia Z5 and HTC One M9 are equipped with Snapdragon 810 Chipset.

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Many of the devices have gone through the benchmark test on AnTuTu to set a comparative space in the busy
smartphone market. Heaving a general view into the AnTuTu benchmarking test we can find the LeTV LeMax Pro securing the highest slot. The high spec smartphone leads the AnTuTu benchmark test with score of 133,357.


There are some key spot where we can judge the high benchmark score for the LeMax Pro (X9120). With the Snapdragon 820 SoC, Quad-Core CPU and 4 GB RAM we can expect such a high score. The Huawei Mate 8 with Kirin 950 SoC can also be spotted on the AnTuTu test with score of 92,746. is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Read about our Affiliates Disclosure Policy here.