Like other benchmark apps, AnTu Tu gives your device an overall numerical score as well as individual scores for each test performs. The overall score is created by adding the results of each individual score together.
The score numbers don't mean much on their own; they are just useful for comparing different devices. For example , if your device score is 1000, a device with a score of 2000 is about twice as fast. Individual test scores can be used to compare relative performance between different parts of a device-for example to compare how fast a phone's storage performs compared to another phone's storage.
Among Antutu scoring (user experience) UX comes first in the list. Others are RAM, CPU, GPU, and IO ratings.