AnTuTu Updated Android Smartphone Performance Rating
Popular benchmark AnTuTu has published a consolidated performance rating of Android smartphones for the past month. The developers of the application posted on their site two lists at once with the results of testing gadgets presented in different price categories.
The champion title in the segment of flagship Android smartphones was once again defended by OPPO Find X2 Pro, which received 608,049 points. The top three also included Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro (603,266) and OPPO Find X2 (599,306 “parrots”). Behind them are OPPO Ace2 (597 447), iQOO Neo3 (596 292), Redmi K30 Pro (593 777), realme X50 Pro (590 080), iQOO 3 (587 750), Meizu 17 Pro (587 527) and OnePlus 8 Pro (584 596).
It is noteworthy that all 10 finalists in June are built on the basis of one mobile platform - Qualcomm Snapdragon 865.
The most productive mid-range device according to AnTuTu in June was Redmi 10X Pro 5G with MediaTek Dimensity 820 processor and 12/256 GB memory configuration - its result in the benchmark was 402 092 points. The second and third places went to OPPO Reno3 5G and Redmi 10X 5G, which received 400,289 and 398,440 points, respectively.
Next on the list are HONOR 30 (391 618), HUAWEI nova 7 Pro (384 178), HUAWEI nova 7 (379 585), HONOR X10 (361 585), HONOR 30S (360 708), HUAWEI nova 7 SE (350 892) and OPPO Reno4 Pro (349,433). Unlike the flagship segment, on average there is a greater variety of chips: the top 10 included models based on MediaTek Dimensity1000L and Dimensity 820, Kirin 985, Kirin 820 and Snapdragon 765G.
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