AnTuTu Releases List Of Best Performing Phones In November
Karamchand Rameshwar - Dec 11, 2019
AnTuTu just releases lists of the best performing smartphones in November in mid-range & flagship segments with several surprises. Let's see what they are.
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Just like previous months, the Chinese benchmarking platform AnTuTu released its lists of the top 10 performing smartphones in both mid-range and flagship segments. The lists are made using data from 1 November to 30 November.
In the mid-range segment, the Redmi Note 8 Pro tops the chart with a MediaTek chipset, the Helio G90T. Thanks to its slightly faster GPU, the Oppo Reno 2 claims second place, surpassing the Xiaomi Mi 9T. While the Mi 9T is packed with Snapdragon 730 chipset, the Reno 2 gets the power from a Snapdragon 730G processor instead. In the fourth position, the Galaxy A80’s score is significantly higher than that of the Xiaomi Mi 9 SE, which is placed in the fifth spot. From the Galaxy A80, all smartphones come with an older chipset like the Snapdragon 710, Snapdragon 712, or even the Snapdragon 675 SoC.
Moving to the flagship segment, the top position is held by the gaming-centric ASUS ROG Phone II, followed by four OnePlus 7 smartphones and Realme X2 Pro among the pack. Surprisingly, the OnePlus 7T with 8GB RAM surpassed the score of the OnePlus 7T Pro with 12GB of RAM. From the 7th to 10th place, there is another surprise. Despite being a new flagship device from the biggest smartphone maker in the world, the Galaxy Note 10+ (Snapdragon 855) and Galaxy Note 10+ 5G (Exynos 9825) are beaten by ZenFone 6, which also packs a Snapdragon 855 SoC.
Anyway, it still shows the dominance of Qualcomm’s Snapdragon. The only smartphone with an Exynos chipset is the Galaxy Note 10+ 5G at the 10th place.`
It is worth noting that UFS storage and a powerful processor are two key factors for a smartphone to get into the top 10 positions. Again, the two lists only include phones launched in November and before. This month, we have seen quite a few interesting smartphones come out, so we should see several new faces in the December charts.