IMP3Net was loaned an engineering sample of the upcoming Ramos i9 tablet [Google English]. It uses the Intel Atom Z2580 CPU.
It turns out that’s not a quad-core CPU. It’s just dual-core. The Intel spec page.
This tablet is of no interest to me but I looked at their evaluation to see if they ran AnTuTu. They did.
And the result confuses the hell out of me.
Remember, the Atom Z2580 is the same CPU being used by Teclast in the P89 Mini.
And the Teclast P89 Mini got this AnTuTu 3.x score:
So shouldn’t the Ramos i9 get similar?
Here’s its AnTuTu 4.0 score:
I’d expect a slight variation in score between AnTuTu 3.x and 4.0, but a drop of nearly a third?
I don’t know which score is true. I’m going to ask the AnTuTu people for their opinion. Stand by for a possible update.
Same-day update: Well, here’s where we’ll have to start recalibrating all of our AnTuTu score thinking. The Atom Z2580 does lose a chunk its score in the transition from AnTuTu 3.x to 4.0!
Here’s the AnTuTu 4.0 score for the Teclast P89 Mini: