Master Lu’s new Android phone performance/fluency list in February: OnePlus Ace2 became the biggest dark horse in February
Description of the list:
1. The data source is the data from Master Lu Android APP from February 01 to February 28. The list data comes from Master Lu’s laboratory test scores and user test scores. Some new phones have less test data or engineering machine data, and the scores are unstable.
2. The scores displayed on the list are those recorded in Master Lu’s data center, which have been verified in Master Lu’s background. Some models cannot be verified because they are not connected to the Internet, so they will not be included.
Performance List: OnePlus Ace2 Becomes the Biggest Dark Horse in February
After experiencing the collective “obscurity” of various mobile phones in January, February finally ushered in a wave of small-scale outbreaks. Samsung, Honor, OnePlus, and Real Me both made efforts. In the competition of performance between Gen2, it shows its own strength.
As the first work of this year, OnePlus Ace2 relies on the excellent flagship performance adjustment of the full-blooded version of Snapdragon 8+ Gen1, and the highest 16GB LPDDR5X+ “asynchronous memory technology” to fully release the performance of the mobile phone, deep mobile phone adaptation, performance With a running score of 1,222,927 points, OnePlus Ace2 became the biggest dark horse in February! It won the champion of the new Android machine performance list in February.
The second place Samsung S23Ultra took the customized version of Snapdragon 8 Gen2 (For Galaxy) with 1,216,968 points, and only a very small gap was lost to OnePlus Ace2. The performance combination of Samsung S23Ultar with LPDDR5X+UFS4.0 is definitely enough in terms of parameters, and further adaptation is needed in terms of performance adjustment and software adaptation.
The third place is the Honor Magic5 Pro released at the MWC conference, and successfully entered the list with 1,125,789 points. Honor Magic5 Pro is also equipped with Snapdragon 8 Gen2, and adopts the latest “Qinghai Lake technology”, which greatly reduces power consumption. The memory also uses the combination of LPDDR5X+UFS4.0, and the performance release is still a little too conservative. up.
Compared with the standard version of Snapdragon 8Gen1, the biggest difference between the Snapdragon 8 Gen2 (For Galaxy) carried by Samsung is that its CPU and GPU frequency have been improved. The highest core frequency of the CPU has been overclocked to 3.36GHz (the standard version is 3.2GHz). The frequency of the Adreno GPU has also been increased from 680MHz to 719MHz. Judging from the performance test results of the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, the high-frequency version of the Snapdragon 8 Gen2 GPU is impressive enough. However, because Samsung’s performance release is conservative, it did not show very good results in the test. I hope that Samsung can give full play to the powerful performance of this “chicken blood version” Snapdragon 8 Gen2 in the future firmware update.
In February, there was also a sub-flagship model, Zhenwo GT Neo5 (240W), which ranked sixth with a score of 1,009,916. Under the attack of Samsung and Honor, its performance was still slightly inferior, but it also earned enough attention in terms of charging.
Fluency list: OnePlus Ace2 wins again with Color OS
Master Lu’s fluency score mainly evaluates system file copying, desktop sliding, web page loading, booting up, APP usage, photo viewing operations, etc., so as to test the adaptability, optimization and fluency of the mobile phone system UI.
In the year-end report, Color OS won the No. 1 mobile phone UI fluency, and came again with OnePlus Ace2. Not surprisingly, OnePlus Ace2 will continue to win the champion of Android new phone fluency list in February. Machines equipped with Color OS Types are very strong opponents in the fluency list!
The fluency list in February was also led by OnePlus Ace 2 with a smooth running score of 218 points. Judging from the past several machines, ColorOS 13 is really good at optimizing the fluency of mobile phones. Combined with the LPDDR5X large memory strategy of up to 16GB, it makes a Plus Ace 2, as the “sub-flagship”, won the first place in the new phone flow list in February.
OnePlus 11 and OnePlus Ace2 dominated the smoothness list for two consecutive months, relying on OnePlus’ unique “instantaneous bandwidth technology” and “asynchronous memory technology” in terms of hardware and software technology, which greatly made up for the technical problems in terms of technology. Insufficient hardware. The large running memory, the optimization of the ColorOS 13 system and the blessing of unique technology allow the system to have a more “spacious” and “comfortable” space during operation, thus bringing users a smoother operating experience.
Ranked second and third, Realme GT Neo5 (240W) and Realme GT Neo5 have fluency running scores of 208.46 and 205.5 respectively. The memory also supports up to 16G of running memory, and great efforts have been made in system optimization. , the overall fluency still needs to be further improved, but it is worth mentioning that a lot of effort has been made in game adaptation and optimization.
However, the fluency score of the Samsung S23 series is not as satisfactory, and none of the series has exceeded 200 points. Samsung has always been criticized by users for system optimization, and the smoothness of the system has disappointed everyone. I hope that Samsung can bring a smoother mobile phone experience in the continuous firmware upgrade in the future.
On the whole, February is the starting point for many mobile phone manufacturers to make efforts. More and more Snapdragon 8 Gen2 models have begun to emerge. Who will be the Master of How to Train Your Dragon this year? The mobile phone market in the first half of the year is still Several heavyweight players are still ready to go. I wonder how many different surprises they can bring us in terms of performance and smoothness?