AnTuTu issued its monthly ranking of the best-performing smartphones and for the first time, there are three devices that cross the 600,000 threshold.
The mightiest phone, according to the Chinese benchmark, is the Oppo Find X2 Pro, with an average score of 604,123, followed by its non-Pro sibling, while the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro sits at third. Interestingly enough, all Top 10 devices are powered by a Snapdragon 865 chipset – Kirin 990 5G and Exynos 990 are nowhere to be seen.
The Top 10 is overwhelmed by BBK Electronics brands – only the Mi 10 Pro and the Redmi K30 Pro are not from the vast portfolio of the Chinese conglomerate.
The midrange battlefield is a bit more diverse – Oppo is once again on top and the only one with a phone scoring north of 400,000, thanks to the vanilla Reno3 5G and its Dimensity 1000L chipset. It is followed by a quintet of Huawei and Honor phones, just to have the streak broken by the Reno3 Pro 5G.
One interesting takeaway from the midrange chart is the Kirin 985 and Kirin 820 are performing equally well in the AnTuTu test.