Since the emergence of modern Android smartphones, AnTuTu was there to measure the best Android phones right now in terms of performance, so which phone made the list?
One may quickly and simply verify a device’s true power by using benchmark platforms. It is now feasible to compare all of the current Android smartphones and figure out which has the best hardware thanks to AnTuTu’s service.
Let’s start by pointing out that if you’re looking for a powerful smartphone, you should focus on one with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC. In fact, the top three Android phones are powered by this processor.
The only chipset not made by the American chipmaker included in the top 10 is the Dimensity 9000 from MediaTek, which is the only one. However, if you look at the top 10 devices in order, up to 9 of them contain a Qualcomm SoC.
AnTuTu’s ranking is dominated by the ASUS ROG 6 in 16 / 512GB configuration, which has a benchmark score of 1,117,077 points. The second-place finisher is ASUS ROG 6 Pro, which features 18/256GB of memory and 1,116,637 points. The Xiaomi Mi 12T Pro is in third place with 1,061,590 points.
Additionally, slots four and five, respectively, are occupied by Red Magic 7 and Black Shark 5 Pro. The sole handset using the MediaTek SoC is the Vivo X80, which is presently ranked sixth.
The top 10 is completed by the Motorola Edge 30 Pro, Galaxy Z Fold4 5G, Xiaomi Mi 12 Pro, and Motorola Edge X30. These gadgets are all powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC, with the exception of the Plus model. In summary:
ASUS ROG 6 (1,117,077 points)
ASUS ROG 6 Pro (1,116,637 points)
Xiaomi Mi 12T Pro (1,061,590)
Red Magic 7 (1,055,626 points)
Black Shark 5 Pro (1,026,453 points)
Vivo X80 (1,005,160 points)
Motorola Edge 30 Pro (991,700 points)
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 5G (986,751 points)
Xiaomi Mi 12 Pro (983.457 points)
Motorola Edge X30 (979,697 points)