AnTuTu Benchmark has regularly provided a numerical representation of the performance of our smartphones for a very long time. Every month we will see a list of the most powerful devices. In June 2020, the ranking was dominated by these flagships, respectively the next ten middle-class models.
Flagship models dominate the AnTuTu Benchmark rankings
As far as flagships are concerned, it secures the lead OPPO FIND X2 PRO, with an overall score 608 049 points. Behind him is a favorite Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro. He closes the best three OPPO Find X2, without the addition “Pro”.
There are also smartphones Oppo Ace2, iQOO Neo3, Redmi K30 Pro, Realme X50 Pro player version, Article 3, Meizu 17 Pro a OnePlus 8 Pro.
Obviously, it's a high-end processor Snapdragon 865 ensures these nice placements compared to performances. This is practically a necessary parameter when it comes to current flagship models.
The middle class can also be pleasantly surprised
Within middle-class facilities, it's a little different, but the benchmark score is often even higher than in one- to two-year-old flagships of individual companies. The smartphone secured the lead Redmi X10 Pro, thanks to the processor MediaTek Dimensity 820 5G.
Few would probably expect such a surprise. The number of points is slightly above the magic limit of 400. The second model again comes from the company's workshop OPPO. Specifically, it is about the model Reno3. He closes the best three Redmi 10X in the classic edition.
They are followed by telephones Honor 30, nova7 Pro, Huawei Nova7, Honor 30S, Huawei Nova7 SE a Reno4 pro. The middle class segment is dominated by mobile processors, as already mentioned Dimensity 820, Dimensity 1000L, Kirin 985, Kirin 820 whether Snapdragon 765G.
All the mentioned chips have very similar performance. The results in AnTuTu Benchmarkwhich make a difference of about 60 points.
Do you own any of the models mentioned in the document from AnTuTu Benchmark? Better said, how many points does your smartphone score in the benchmark? Boast below in the comments below the article.