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AnTuTu's list of top 10 Android smartphones for March 2019 is out

02 April 2019 3

Like always AnTuTu just released the list of top 10 Android phones for the March 2019. Last month the Xiaomi's latest flagship Mi 9 was leading the pack with the best performance. Despite the addition of a number of new Android phones the latest list is still lead by a Xiaomi phone. Instead of regular Mi 9, the Mi 9 Explorer Edition is now leading the chart with an impressive score of 372,072 points. The second position is attained by the regular Mi 9 with 371, 878 points. Vivo recently released the gaming-centric iQOO Monster phone, it achieved the third position with 365, 430 points.

For sure everyone is keen to know how the latest Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus stacks up against the competition. The benchmark score shows the S10 Plus and S10 running on the Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855 SoC are at 4th and 5th position respectively with a score of 359,987 and 359,217 points.

The regular iQOO and Lenovo Z5 Pro GT are at sixth and seventh position respectively. The eight positions are acquired by the Nubia Red Magic Mars phone powered by the Snapdragon 845 chipset with 315,200 scores. The Honor V20 is at the ninth position whereas the Mate 20 X is at the last position with 306,174 scores.

A number of new phones running Snapdragon 855 SoC will hit the market this month. So we can expect new faces in the April 2019 list. Most likely the Huawei latest flagships P30 and P30 Pro will be part of the list. Do share your thoughts regarding the AnTuTu list of top 10 Android phones of March 2019. Stay tuned, we will keep you updated.

(last update 20 March 2020 @ 08:58)



AnTuTu's list of Android smartphones for March 2019 is out
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