Android phone comparison: Intel Atom processor

Android phone comparison: Intel Atom processor
ANDROID PHONE COMPARISON: INTEL ATOM PROCESSOR-BASED ASUS
ZENFONE 2 VS. QUALCOMM SNAPDRAGON PROCESSOR-BASED PHONES
Your phone is your constant companion. You may use it for social media, snapping photos, and playing games,
for checking work email, or even for educational value if you’re a student. Just like your computer, your phone has a
processor, a brain that makes all this possible in the blink of an eye. The processor inside your phone can make or break
your experience, because it dictates how fast you can perform these tasks.
The Intel Atom processor-based ASUS ZenFone 2 can improve your phone experience, no matter what you use it
for. In hands-on tests at Principled Technologies, we found that the Intel Atom processor-based ASUS ZenFone 2
outperformed the Qualcomm Snapdragon-based LG G4c and Motorola Moto X (2nd gen, 2014), speeding up work-related
tasks by a median improvement of up to 54 percent, making education tasks up to 117 percent faster, and improving the
speed of daily tasks by up to 59 percent. The ASUS ZenFone 2 not only outperformed the other phones on our tasks, it
also cost 22 percent less than the LG G4c and 17 percent less than the Motorola Moto X, which means you could get
more bang for your buck.
When you’re shopping for your new Android phone, look at the specs. As our tests showed, an ASUS ZenFone 2
with Intel Atom processor can have the power to provide a speedy experience on a wide range of tasks to ensure you’ll
love your phone.
JULY 2015 (Revised)
A PRINCIPLED TECHNOLOGIES REPORT
Commissioned by Intel Corp.
ANDROID PHONE SHOWDOWN
We put three phones to the test: the Intel Atom processor-based ASUS ZenFone
2 and two phones with Qualcomm Snapdragon processors, the LG G4c and Motorola
Moto X. To find which performed the best, we loaded or performed tasks in a large
number of apps related to work, school, and general use to see which completed tasks
fastest. Continue reading to see how our results shaped up for three different scenarios.
See Appendix A for phone details and Appendix B for detailed steps on how we tested
each app. Appendix C shows how we calculated our winning percentages, which reflect
the different rate of speed for the phones.
Which is the best choice for work?
Felicia has a demanding job running a non-profit. She needs to be available to
answer questions at a moment’s notice so her organization’s clients aren’t left out in the
cold—literally. Felicia needs a phone that can retrieve her emails quickly and lets her
browse the Web to help her come up with solutions in no time, so her group can better
serve the public. Which Android phone can do the job?
We found that using the Intel Atom processor-based ASUS ZenFone 2, Felicia
would be able to:

check her email using Inbox by Gmail up to 54 percent faster than on
the LG G4c

get answers browsing the web up to 59 percent faster than on the LG
G4c using Dolphin browser for Android

post to her organization’s Facebook page up to 25 percent faster than
on the Motorola Moto X
Figure 1 shows how much the ASUS ZenFone 2 sped up tasks compared to the
two competitor phones.
Figure 1: Felicia would be able
to get her work tasks done
more quickly with the Intel
Atom processor-based ASUS
ZenFone 2.
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The speedier performance of the ASUS ZenFone 2 could help Felicia be more
productive at work, which means she can make a little quicker progress in her quest to
help her community.
Which is the best choice for school?
Ty has had a big year. He’s in the eighth grade now, which comes with a lot
more responsibility. His parents said they’d get him a phone, and now it’s time to pick.
Ty cares about keeping in touch with friends and playing games, but his dad wants to
make sure he can use it for school as well. Ty’s first assignment requires him to research
local history on the Web for a brief paper and take pictures and capture video of his
favorite local historical spots to share with the class. Which Android phone passes the
test?
We found that using the Intel Atom processor-based ASUS ZenFone 2, Ty could:

browse the web for his assignment up to 59 percent faster than on the
LG G4c

create a time-lapse video using Lapse It up to 87 percent faster than on
the LG G4c

use PicsArt Studio to edit photos for his report up to 117 percent faster
than on the LG G4c

scan for viruses before sharing media up to 1,535 percent faster than on
the Motorola Moto X (put differently, the other phones took up to 15.5
times longer to do the scan)

download a classmate’s file up to 363 percent faster than on the LG G4c
using WiFi File Transfer Pro
Figure 2 shows how much the ASUS ZenFone 2 sped up tasks compared to the
two competitor phones.
Figure 2: Ty would be able to
complete his school
assignment more quickly with
the Intel Atom processorbased ASUS ZenFone 2.
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The speedier performance of the ASUS ZenFone 2 could help keep Ty engaged
with his assignment and make it an overall better experience, ultimately helping him
learn more.
Which is the best choice for on-the-go?
Amelia’s life is busy. As a college student, she has many social obligations,
interns at a magazine, and still has to complete coursework for her journalism degree.
She needs a phone that can help her keep up with everything: her friends’ events on
Facebook, the latest games, requests from her boss at the magazine, and on-the-go
research as she fleshes out ideas for her journalism papers. Which Android phone can
help her do it all?
We found that the Intel Atom processor-based ASUS ZenFone 2 would let
Amelia:

check her messages on Facebook Messenger up to 59 percent faster
than on the LG G4c

load her favorite game up to 91 percent faster than on the LG G4c

access an email from her boss up to 54 percent faster than on the LG
G4c

do web research up to 59 percent faster than on the LG G4c with the
Dolphin Browser for Android
Figure 3 shows how much the ASUS ZenFone 2 sped up tasks compared to the
two competitor phones.
Figure 3: Amelia would be able
to complete her day-to-day
tasks more quickly with the
Intel Atom processor-based
ASUS ZenFone 2.
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The speedier performance of the ASUS ZenFone 2 could help Amelia stay in
touch, stay entertained, and answer work and school questions more quickly, which
means she can get it all done with less frustration.
DETAILED RESULTS
We found that the Intel Atom processor empowered the ASUS ZenFone 2 to
work faster than the Qualcomm Snapdragon-based LG G4c and Motorola Moto X in a
number of different areas, including email, Web browsing, photo, video, gaming, and
social media. In addition to the apps we cite in our use cases above, we tested other
popular apps in each category.
Figure 4 shows how the phones fared on photo/video apps we tested.
App name
Flipagram
Lapse It Time Lapse
Camera
Photo Grid - Collage
Maker
PicsArt Photo Studio
Voice changer with
effects
Average
ASUS ZenFone 2
(Intel Atom
processor)
2.71
Photo/video apps
Motorola Moto
LG G4c
X
(Qualcomm
(Qualcomm
Snapdragon
Snapdragon
processor)
processor)
3.97
4.00
% win vs. Moto
X
% win vs. G4c
47%
48%
2.81
3.08
5.25
10%
87%
2.77
3.53
3.21
27%
16%
2.56
3.06
5.55
20%
117%
1.22
1.31
1.37
7%
12%
22%
56%
Figure 4: The times (in seconds) it took to launch or complete tasks on the listed photo/video apps.
Figure 5 shows how the phones compared on social media apps.
App name
Facebook
Instagram
Messenger
Pinterest
WhatsApp Messenger
Average
ASUS ZenFone 2
(Intel Atom
processor)
3.72
1.03
1.61
1.97
1.50
Social media apps
Motorola Moto
LG G4c
X
(Qualcomm
(Qualcomm
Snapdragon
Snapdragon
processor)
processor)
4.66
4.55
1.25
1.13
2.29
2.56
2.36
2.56
1.69
2.03
% win vs. Moto
X
25%
21%
42%
20%
12%
24%
% win vs. G4c
22%
10%
59%
30%
35%
31%
Figure 5: The times (in seconds) it took to launch or complete tasks on the listed social media apps.
Figure 6 shows how the phones compared on email apps.
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App name
1.19
1.44
2.03
Email apps
Motorola Moto X
(Qualcomm
Snapdragon
processor)
1.41
1.96
2.60
LG G4c
(Qualcomm
Snapdragon
processor)
1.46
2.22
2.81
2.69
3.63
3.69
ASUS ZenFone 2
(Intel Atom
processor)
Gmail
Inbox by Gmail
Microsoft Outlook
Yahoo Mail - Free Email
App
Average
% win vs.
Moto X
% win vs. G4c
19%
36%
28%
23%
54%
38%
35%
37%
29%
38%
Figure 6: The times (in seconds) it took to launch or complete tasks on the listed email apps.
Figure 7 shows how the phones compared on different Web browsers.
App name
Baidu Browser (Fast & Secure)
Chrome Browser - Google
Dolphin Browser for Android
Firefox Browser for Android
UC Browser for Android
Average
Web browser apps
Motorola Moto X
ASUS ZenFone 2
(Qualcomm
(Intel Atom
Snapdragon
processor)
processor)
2.41
3.06
2.50
2.67
2.29
2.97
1.68
2.13
0.93
1.02
LG G4c
(Qualcomm
Snapdragon
processor)
3.75
2.63
3.64
2.00
1.03
% win vs.
Moto X
27.0%
6.8%
29.7%
26.8%
9.7%
20.0
% win vs.
G4c
55.6%
5.2%
59.0%
19.0%
10.8%
29.9%
Figure 7: The times (in seconds) it took to launch or complete tasks on the listed Web browser apps.
Figure 8 shows how the phones compared on gaming apps.
App name
Angry Birds
Crazy Kitchen
Cut the Rope 2
Frozen Free Fall
Hungry Shark Evolution
Average
ASUS ZenFone 2
(Intel Atom
processor)
0.62
2.50
2.34
3.13
6.78
Gaming apps
Motorola Moto X
(Qualcomm
Snapdragon
processor)
0.69
2.69
2.58
3.38
7.62
LG G4c
(Qualcomm
Snapdragon
processor)
0.81
3.91
3.06
4.97
12.97
% win vs.
Moto X
% win vs. G4c
11%
8%
10%
8%
12%
10%
31%
56%
31%
59%
91%
54%
Figure 8: The times (in seconds) it took to launch or complete tasks on the listed gaming apps.
Figure 9 shows how the phones compared on security scans and file
transferring.
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App name
Anti-virus Dr.Web v.9
Light - Quick Scan Normalized
WiFi File Transfer Pro
ASUS ZenFone 2
(Intel Atom
processor)
Security scan/ file transfer
Motorola Moto X
LG G4c
(Qualcomm
(Qualcomm
Snapdragon
Snapdragon
processor)
processor)
% win vs.
Moto X
% win vs. G4c
0.20
3.27
3.15
1,535%
1,475%
8.69
10.03
40.19
15%
363%
Figure 9: The times (in seconds) it took to complete a virus scan for 1GB of data or to upload a 121.9MB test file.
Figure 10 compares the prices of the phones. As of August 7, 2015, the ASUS
ZenFone 2 was available from amazon.com at a cost 22 percent less than the LG G4c
and 17 percent less than the Motorola Moto X.
App name
Cost
ASUS ZenFone 2
(Intel Atom
processor)
$299.001
Cost
Motorola Moto
X
(Qualcomm
Snapdragon
processor)
$359.992
LG G4c
(Qualcomm
Snapdragon
processor)
% win vs. Moto
X
$383.223
% win vs. G4c
17%
22%
Figure 10: The cost of the three phones (unlocked) from amazon.com as of 08/07/15. Prices do not include tax or shipping.
CONCLUSION
In our tests, when it came to loading apps or completing routine tasks in email,
Web browsing, photo and video, gaming, and social media, the Intel Atom processorbased ASUS ZenFone 2 performed faster than the Qualcomm Snapdragon-based LG G4c
and Motorola Moto X.
Felicia would be able to get to her emails up to 54 percent faster4 so she could
help her clients sooner. Ty could get his video going for his school project up to 87
percent faster.5 And Amelia could access her social media conversations up to 59
percent faster.6
When you choose your Android phone companion, make sure it has a powerful
processor that can help you load your apps and complete tasks quickly: your day-to-day
experience at work, home, or on-the-go depends on it.
1
http://www.amazon.com/ASUS-ZenFone-Cellphone-BlackUnlocked/dp/B00VWKKEYO/ref=sr_1_2?s=wireless&ie=UTF8&qid=1438975384&sr=1-2&keywords=asus+zenfone+2
2
http://www.amazon.com/Motorola-Moto-16GB-XT1092-2014/dp/B00N4NQ8TC
3
http://www.amazon.com/LG-H525N-CERAMIC-FACTORYUNLOCKED/dp/B00YHJ9DU8/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1438896875&sr=8-2&keywords=LG+G4c
4
Compared to the LG G4c.
5
Compared to the LG G4c.
6
Compared to the LG G4c.
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APPENDIX A – SYSTEM CONFIGURATION INFORMATION
Figure 11 provides detailed configuration information for the phones we used in our tests.
System
ASUS ZenFone 2
(ZE551ML)
Processor
Intel Atom Z3580
Processor (GHz)
Processor cores
Memory (GB)
Storage (GB)
Battery capacity (mAh)
Display
Wireless
Bluetooth®
System weight (lbs.)
Front camera (MP)
Rear camera (MP)
OS
Price7
2.3
4
4
64
3,000
5.5″ (1920 × 1080)
802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
4.0
0.38
5
13
Android 5.0
$299.00
LG G4c
(H525N)
Qualcomm Snapdragon 410
(MSM8916)
1.2
4
1
8
2,540
5″ (720 × 1280)
802.11 a/b/g/n
4.1
0.30
5
8
Android 5.0.2
$383.22
Motorola Moto X
(XT1092)
(Second generation, 2014)
Qualcomm Snapdragon 801
(MSM8974)
2.5
4
2
16
2,300
5.2″ (1080 × 1920)
802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
4.0
0.32
2
13
Android 5.1
$359.99
Figure 11: Configuration information for the phones we tested.
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Unlocked phone prices from Amazon.com (US) as of 08/07/2015. Prices do not include tax or shipping.
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APPENDIX B – HOW WE TESTED
Note: In between each run, clear the app cache, close the app being tested, and ensure no apps are running in the
background.
1. Navigate to the Android Settings app.
2. Select Apps.
3. Select the app currently under testing.
4. Select CLEAR CACHE.
5. Close the settings app and proceed with timing.
Flipagram
1. Launch the app.
2. Select the ‘+’ in the bottom right.
3. Select 8 test photos.
4. Select Next.
5. Start the timer, and select Next.
6. Stop the timer when the loading bar disappears.
Lapse It Time Lapse Camera
1. Launch the app.
2. Select New Capture.
3. Select Capture.
4. Stop the capture when 15 frames have been collected.
5. Select Render.
6. Start the timer, and select Create Video.
7. Stop the timer when the loading bar completes.
Photo Grid – Collage Maker
1. Open the App.
2. Select Grid.
3. Select 10 photos. Ensure the photos are shot with the device’s camera and are all of the same objects.
4. Start the timer, and select Next.
5. Stop the timer when the collage appears and the loading animation stops.
PicsArt Photo Studio
1. Open the app.
2. Select Edit.
3. Select Gallery.
4. Select the test photo, and start the timer.
5. Stop the timer when the image is loaded for editing.
Voice Changer With Effects
1. Launch the app, and start the timer.
2. Stop the timer when the effects menu loads.
Facebook
Note: Ensure Facebook app has been set up completely – including logging into an account for the first time.
1. Simultaneously start the timer and tap the app icon.
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2. Stop the timer when the spinning loading indicator on the news feed disappears.
Instagram
Note: Ensure app has been set up completely. Use the same account on all devices.
1. Launch the App.
2. Simultaneously start the timer and tap the camera button.
3. Stop the timer.
Messenger
Note: Ensure app has been set up completely. Use the same account on all devices.
1. Start the timer, and tap the app icon.
2. Stop the timer when the list of contacts appears.
Pinterest
Note: Ensure app has been set up completely. Use the same account on all devices.
1. Start the timer, and tap the app icon.
2. Stop the timer when the feed finishes loading and all images appear.
WhatsApp
Note: Ensure app has been set up completely. Use the same account on all devices.
1. Start the timer, and tap the app icon.
2. Stop the timer when the list of messages appears.
Gmail
Note: Ensure app has been set up completely. Use the same account on all devices.
1. Launch the app.
2. Start the timer and tap the compose message in the lower right.
3. Stop the timer when the new message window appears and the keyboard finishes sliding in.
Inbox for Gmail
Note: Ensure app has been set up completely. Use the same account on all devices.
1. Start the timer, and tap the app icon.
2. Stop the timer when the email list fully loads.
Yahoo Mail
Note: Ensure app has been set up completely. Use the same account on all devices.
1. Start the timer, and tap the app icon.
2. Stop the timer when the login screen appears fully and all buttons are shown.
Baidu Browser
Note: Ensure app has been set up completely. Clear the web cache in the app’s settings between runs.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Launch the app.
Enter www.wikipedia.org into the URL bar.
Start the timer, and select Go.
Stop the timer when all web content finishes loading.
Chrome Browser
Note: Ensure app has been set up completely. Clear the web cache in the app’s settings between runs.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Launch the app.
Enter www.amazon.com into the URL bar.
Start the timer, and select Go.
Stop the timer when all web content finishes loading.
Dolphin Browser
Note: Ensure app has been set up completely. Clear the web cache in the app’s settings between runs.
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1.
2.
3.
4.
Launch the app.
Enter www.youtube.com into the URL bar.
Start the timer, and select Go.
Stop the timer when all web content finishes loading.
Firefox Browser
Note: Ensure app has been set up completely. Clear the web cache in the app’s settings between runs.
1. Start the timer, and tap the app icon.
2. Stop the timer when the favorites screen fully loads.
UC Browser
Note: Ensure app has been set up completely. Clear the web cache in the app’s settings between runs.
1. Start the timer, and tap the app icon.
2. Stop the timer when the app fully loads.
Gaming apps
Angry Birds
1. Open the app.
2. Select the Play button.
3. Select ‘Poached Eggs’
4. Select 1, and start the timer. When the level loads, stop the timer.
Crazy Kitchen
1. Open the app.
2. Select a level – we chose Level 2.
3. Select the play icon, and start the timer.
4. Stop the timer when the level is fully loaded.
Cut the Rope 2
1. Open the app.
2. Press the Play icon.
3. Tap a level.
4. Select the play icon, and start the timer.
5. Stop the timer when the level finishes loading.
Frozen Free Fall
1. Open the app.
2. Select Play.
3. Select a level. We chose level 2.
4. Start the timer, and select Play.
5. Stop the timer when the loading screen disappears.
Hungry Shark Evolution
1. Open the app.
2. Select Play, and start the timer.
3. Stop the timer when the shark hits the water.
Security scans and file transferring apps
Anti-virus Dr. Web Light
1. Open the app.
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2. Tap Scanning.
3. Tap Quick Scan.
4. Record the number of seconds the app provides for the time it took to perform the quick scan.
Wifi File Transfer Pro
1. Open the app.
2. Select Start.
3. On a separate computer, navigate to the IP address shown.
4. Select Upload files.
5. Select a test file. We used a 121.9MB File.
6. Select Start Upload and start the timer.
7. Stop the timer when the upload completes.
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APPENDIX C – RATE CALCULATIONS
The formula that we used to calculate the rate faster that the Intel Atom processor-based ASUS ZenFone 2 was
is as follows:
% 𝐼𝑛𝑡𝑒𝑙 𝑓𝑎𝑠𝑡𝑒𝑟 =
𝑅𝑎𝑡𝑒 𝑜𝑓 𝐼𝑛𝑡𝑒𝑙
−1
𝑅𝑎𝑡𝑒 𝑜𝑓 𝐶𝑜𝑚𝑝𝑒𝑖𝑡𝑖𝑜𝑛
For example, A takes 50 sec to complete a task and B takes 25 sec to complete a task, calculate % of B faster
than A.
% 𝐵 𝑓𝑎𝑠𝑡𝑒𝑟 𝑡ℎ𝑎𝑛 𝐴 =
𝑅𝑎𝑡𝑒 𝑜𝑓 𝐵
𝑅𝑎𝑡𝑒 𝑜𝑓 𝐴
=
1 𝑡𝑎𝑠𝑘
25 𝑠𝑒𝑐𝑜𝑛𝑑𝑠
1 𝑡𝑎𝑠𝑘
50 𝑠𝑒𝑐𝑜𝑛𝑑𝑠
=
50
25
= 2 − 1 = 100% 𝑓𝑎𝑠𝑡𝑒𝑟
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