Smartphone performance is one of the most important parameters for many users to consider when choosing a new device. It is important to consider this not only if you plan to play challenging games on your smartphone, but also if you want it to last you quickly and smoothly for as long as possible. Are you interested in which phones currently belong to the top? AnTuTu benchmark has prepared for us a September ranking of the 10 most powerful Android smartphones on the market.
1. Nubia Red Magic 6 Pro
Average score: 825 145
With a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor, 16 GB of RAM and 256 GB of internal rankings, the Nubia Red Magic 6 Pro gaming smartphone is still at the top of the rankings with an average score of 825 145. Simply put, you don’t have to worry about the performance of this smartphone at all.
Average score: 822 290
Second place went to another gaming smartphone, this time from the ASUS workshop. The ROG Phone 5 model is powered by the same combination of specifications as the winner of this monthly ranking (Snapdragon 888 + 16G RAM + 256G ROM), while in the AnTuT benchmark it managed to achieve an average score of less than 2,000 points less. However, you would not feel this difference in use.
Average score: 809 322
Although the Realme GT design suggests that it is a high-performance device, it is no longer one of the classic gaming smartphones. Nevertheless, it can easily handle more demanding use, as evidenced by the average score of 809,322 points.
Other partitions also belonged to smartphones other than gaming
The following places were occupied by iQOO 7 with an average score of 802,623, Redmi K40 Pro with an average score of 787,989, Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra with an average score of 786,656, OnePlus 9 Pro with an average score of 782,633, OnePlus 9 with an average score of 782,555, Xiaomi The Mi 11i with an average score of 781,957 and the Asus Zenfone 8 Mini with an average score of 779,803.
As we can see, ordinary smartphones have already been placed in lower positions, which are not as well optimized for the highest possible performance as gaming smartphones.
Qualcomm chips are obviously the most powerful
It is worth mentioning that all the above-mentioned devices are powered by processors from Qualcomm, while chipsets from the workshop of Huawei, Samsung or MediaTek have unfortunately not been included in the selection. This is slightly worrying, as it means that Qualcomm may soon create a monopoly in the sector. This will harm not only smartphone manufacturers and their customers, but also the speed of development of new technologies.
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