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HTC U11 26084
HTC U11 (HTC U-3w) 25757
Motorola Moto Z2 (Moto Z2) 21425
Gionee (HK) Communication Equipment V182 (V182) 21019
MIZ Z2 (Z2) 20862
Google Caroline (Caroline) 20790
HTC U Ultra (U-1w) 20162
Huawei Honor V9 Premium (DUK-TL30) 19845
Huawei P10 Standard Edition (VTR-L09) 19307
Huawei Honor 8 Pro (DUK-L09) 19055
Huawei Mate 9 (MHA-AL00) 18901
Huawei Honor 9 Standard Edition (STF-L09) 18696
HTC U Ultra 18672
Huawei Honor V9 (DUK-AL20) 18309
Huawei P10 Premium Edition (VTR-AL00) 18297

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New Benchmarks


Measure the efficiency of MCUs, common IO and radio modules transceiving with BLE.


Measures the performance, energy, and memory impact of the combined microcontroller and hardware and/or software security products. Uses multiple security profiles representing popular IoT applications.


Heterogeneous compute benchmark to analyze the performance of SoCs targeting autonomous driving. Allows the user to determine the optimal utilization of available compute resources, such as the CPU, GPU, and hardware accelerators.

ULPMark-Peripheral Profile

Expands on the energy measurement capabilities of ULPMark-Core profile to include peripheral interactions of RTC, ADC, SPI, and PWM.

Benchmarks in Development

Machine Learning

This EEMBC benchmark suite will use real-world workloads to identify the performance potential and power efficiency of processor cores used for accelerating machine-learning jobs on clients such as virtual assistants, smartphones, and IoT devices.

CoreMark Energy

Leveraging the IoT Connect framework and the STMicro PowerShield, this new effort by the ULPMark workging group will define a standard way for reporting CoreMark power and energy for embedded devices.



ON Semiconductor RSL10 (ARM Cortex-M3) 48Mhz
  CoreMark/MHz: 3.32
Microchip ATSAME54P20A 120Mhz
  CoreMark/MHz: 3.36
Microchip dsPIC33FJ256GP710A 40Mhz
  CoreMark/MHz: 2.31
Microchip dsPIC33EP512MU810 70Mhz
  CoreMark/MHz: 2.02
Renesas RX65N 120 MHzMhz
  CoreMark/MHz: 4.34
Renesas RX65N 50 MHzMhz
  CoreMark/MHz: 4.62
Infineon AURIX TC277TF-64 F200S CA ES 200Mhz 
  CoreMark/MHz: 6.34
Zynq Ultrascale MPSoc+ ZU3EG 1200Mhz 
  CoreMark/MHz: 13.71
Intel Core i7-4750HQ 2000Mhz 
  CoreMark/MHz: 43.94
Intel Core i7-4750HQ 2000Mhz 
  CoreMark/MHz: 8.53
DRA718 ARM cortex A15 1000Mhz 
  CoreMark/MHz: 5.22
DRA726 1500Mhz 
  CoreMark/MHz: 5.24

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