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ASUS ROG Phone 5 Classic Benchmark scores - 2021 record breaker?

We put the Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G and the ASUS ROG Phone 3 through a series of benchmarking apps to see how they perform.
ASUS ROG Phone 5 Classic Benchmark scores - 2021 record breaker?
ROG Phone 5 RGB

ASUS has just announced the ROG Phone 5 Classic, ROG Phone 5 Pro and ROG Phone 5 Ultimate for the Philippine market. For full pricing and pre-order details, you can check it at this link.

The ROG Phone 5 series feature bleeding-edge specs that include a massive 6.78-inch 144Hz, 1ms, Samsung AMOLED panel with 1200 nits peak brightness and Gorilla Glass Victus protection. Inside is the 5nm Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 5G, Adreno 660 GPU, LPDDR5 RAM, UFS 3.1 and 6000mAh battery with 65W HyperCharge.

The main difference between the three is the ROG Vision display at the back, memory and storage capacities and the additional capacitive touch-sensitive trigger buttons at the back.

In short, their performance in Benchmarks should be similar. 

Let's see what kind of performance we can get for a starting price of PHP 39,995.

Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 5G powerhouse

Breaks the 800K mark!
Breaks the 800K mark!

1. AnTuTu Benchmark version 9.0.3 - The ASUS ROG Phone 5 was able to score a record-breaking average of 812,448 in AnTuTu version 9.0.

This is a massive win as some flagships in 2021 could not even reach 700K in AnTuTu.

Another surprising result is the GPU score has reached 308K which means the ROG Phone 5 will be a beast in games.

Looking at the temperature change over the benchmark, the ROG Phone 5 raised temperatures by 6.5 degrees Celsius while only losing 8 percent in battery life while running the benchmark.
GeekBench 5
GeekBench 5

2. GeekBench Benchmark 5.3.2 - This benchmark measures the capabilities of individual single-core and multi-core performance in one click.

The ROG Phone 5 scored 1117 in single-core tests and scored 3678 in multi-core tests.
3DMark Wild Life benchmark
3DMark Wild Life benchmark

3. 3DMark Wild Life ExtremeThis is a demanding set of tests that measures GPU and CPU performance. The ROG Phone 5 gained an overall score of 5,817 with an average frame rate of 34.8 which beats 91 percent of devices that ran 3DMark Wild Life world wide. 

What is more impressive is that during the test, the phone only raised the temperature of 1 degree Celsius or a range of 35 to 36 degrees only.
Over 17 hours in PCMark Battery test!
Over 17 hours in PCMark Battery test!

4. PCMark Battery test - PC Mark Battery uses a series of different workloads that simulate daily use and will measure and predict the longevity of the battery life of the device.

The phone can automatically adjust refresh rates along with performance depending on the current activity on-screen.  This results in the ROG Phone 5's 6000mAh battery scoring a long 17 hour and 7-minute score in PCMark's Battery test. 
CPDT Benchmark score

5. CPDT Internal Storage Speed test - This tests measures read and write speeds of internal storage of the ROG Phone 5 Classic. Storage space and speed varies between variants but should yield similar results.

The ROG Phone 5 Classic scored a super fast score of 497.13 MB/s in sequential write tests and a score of 489.66 in Sequential read tests. 

Quick thoughts

ROG Phone 5 with RGB at the back
ROG Phone 5 with RGB at the back

After running the phone through several benchmarks, it is clear that the ROG Phone 5 Classic's 5nm Snapdragon 888, Adreno 660 and UFS 3.1 storage has enabled the new gaming Phone to be one of the phones to be on top-performing phones in 2021.'

Stay tuned for our full review if you want to know how the phone performs in daily use or outside synthetic benchmarks.

Meanwhile, you may want to read our First Impressions and Unboxing of the ASUS ROG Phone 5 Classic.

What do you guys think? 
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