AnTuTu, one of the most famous smartphone test platforms in the world, released this Wednesday the highest scores obtained in the month of July, where it is possible to verify the dominance of Xiaomi.
The Black Shark 4 Pro, Xiaomi’s gaming machine, remains at the top of the leaderboard, with its impressive 854439 points in the AnTuTu test, with an advantage of around two thousand points over second place, the Nubia Red Magic 6 Pro.
Also on the list, in third place, is the OnePlus 9 Pro, followed by a smartphone with which it shares most of its components: the OPPO Find X3 Pro. In fifth place, the Realme GT, the smartphone, must be highlighted, most accessible in this ranking, by a large margin, and which surpassed smartphones such as the OnePlus 9 (in sixth place), the Vivo X60 Pro+ (in seventh place) or the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra (in tenth).
It is also worth highlighting a true outsider. The Meizu 18 achieves an impressive ninth place, at a time when the Chinese company is increasingly distant from Western markets. It should be noted that in this table of premium smartphones , all devices are equipped by Snapdragon 888, Qualcomm’s top-of-the-range processor in 2020. Several changes are expected in the coming months, with the arrival of new smartphones with the Snapdragon 888 Plus.
Xiaomi also leads the mid-range on AnTuTu
In addition to remaining at the top of the high-end smartphones chart, Xiaomi also continues to dominate in the mid-range charts. In this ranking we can find a wide variety of devices and, more interestingly, a wide variety of processors.
Thus, in the first place comes the Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite 5G, which stands out for being the only smartphone equipped by the Snapdragon 780G. This processor, although practically identical to the Snapdragon 778G, managed to give enough advantage to the Mi 11 Lite 5G to surpass both Honor 50 Pro and Honor 50, which assume, respectively, the second and third places.
This table is not only composed of Qualcomm processors, with the fourth and fifth place being occupied by the OPPO Reno6 5G, with the Dimensity 900 and the Redmi 10X 5G, with the Dimensity 820, both being MediaTek processors. The Redmi 10X 5G must be highlighted, as this affordable smartphone was launched almost a year ago and, even with “only” 6GB of RAM, it still manages to impose itself in these rankings.
Ranking sixth, seventh and eighth on the chart are three Snapdragon 768G processors, which power, respectively, the Realme Q3 Pro Carnival, OPPO K9 5G and iQOO Z3. The top 10 is closed by the Huawei Nova 8 Pro and Nova 8, equipped by the Kirin 850.