One of the most popular benchmark apps, AnTuTu, has arrived in November with the fastest or, if you like, the highest-performing Android smartphones.
The statistics were compiled between November 1 and 30, and only devices with at least 1,000 copies of the test program could be included in the list. Thus, the results below show the average, not the highest scores.
With the new Qualcomm high-end processor just coming out a few days ago and the smartphone not yet unveiled with the new cannon, the November and December aggregations will be dominated by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888+ chipset.
Of course, there are some “smooth” Snapdragon” 888 i “sert models on the list. First place went to the game-sharpened (Xiaomi) Black Shark 4S Pro, which tops the AnTuTu flagship rankings for the second month in a row.
Another “gaming” smartphone follows the gamer mobile,” the “nubia Red Magic 6S Pro, which is backed by the (Vivo) in 8 Pro, the latter also designed for mobile gamers.
The field will continue to be dominated by gamer phones, with fourth-place Black Shark 4 Pro – already featuring the Snapdragon 888 instead of the Plus variant – but followed by another Snapdragon 888+ mobile, the Vivo X70 Pro +.
In fifth place is the Asus ROG Phone 5s, while in sixth is the iQOO 8 (Vivo), also equipped with the Snapdragon 888 chip. However, we can see pretty much the October results.
AnTuTu also makes a different list every month, with these mid-range smartphones compared to each other.
Devices powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G chipset seem to dominate the mid-range field, although it is rare to see a mobile phone with a Dimensity chip. First place is the (Vivo) iQOO Z5, followed by the Oppo K9s 5G, and third is a phone with a Snapdragon 780G, called the Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite 5G.
On the list, the Xiaomi Civi is followed by members of the Honor 50 series, meaning the base model and its Pro variant, and the seventh-place went to the Oppo Reno 6 5G, which includes the Dimensity 900.
In eighth and ninth place, Huawei Nova 9 mobiles are flourishing, and their Snapdragon 778G is the soul, followed by the line ofRedmi Note 11 Pro + closes, powered by MediaTek’s DimensiMediaTek’sp.