AnTuTu is the most popular benchmark in China that calculates the synthetic performance of the CPU, GPU, memory and user interface. Today it published its monthly Top 10 chart for flagships and midrangers.
The platform revealed that because of the impressive hardware and software, Asus’ gaming device retained the top spot. However, there aren’t any Snapdragon 865 smartphones - AnTuTu said there isn’t enough data for the new smartphones, so we should expect to see changes next month with some new players from Xiaomi, Oppo, Realme, nubia, Samsung, etc.
Currently, the most powerful smartphone at AnTuTu is Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G (12/256 GB) with 559,781, followed by the Galaxy S20+ with 553,735 in their Snapdragon 865 versions. The Exynos 990 variants tested scored lower.
The score of the Redmi Note 8 Pro remained unchanged during the past four weeks. It is followed by the Galaxy A71 with Snapdragon 730 which yields the best result for CPU among midrangers.
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