08 June 2020
AnTuTu has released the list of top 10 performing Android phones in May 2020. The list includes all the recently launched Chinese phones running either the flagship Snapdragon 865 processor or Samsung’s or Huawei’s in-house chipsets. AnTuTu has taken the highest storage variants of all the participating phones so that the benchmark can assess them better against each other.
AnTuTu benchmark v8 assesses the worth of the participating phones and assigns them an overall score. First off, the competition is between some high-end Chinese smartphones powered by Snapdragon 865 processor. The result shows that many phones participated, including the OnePlus 8 Pro but the Oppo Find X2 Pro with 12GB RAM and 256GB storage outdid every device on the race.
Redmi K30 Pro scored the sixth position, OnePlus 8 Pro gets the ninth position and the newly entrant iQOO 3 gets the seventh position. Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro with 600,264 score bags the third position on the list of top 10 AnTuTu phones of May 2020.
AnTuTu has released one more result that shows the scores of the top 10 mid-range phones of May 2020. These phones are powered by processors mainly from Huawei, Samsung, however, there are a couple of phones carrying processors from Qualcomm, MediaTek as well.
The Oppo Reno3 5G with Dimensity 1000L processor tops the chart with a 403607 overall score. Vivo X30 5G with Exynos 980 SoC is on ninth position and the Redmi K30 5G with Snapdragon 765G SoC is on the tenth position with 322867 score.
Those who are starting should know that AnTuTu Benchmark is a benchmarking tool for Android phones that allows you to check the performance of the device. The AnTuTu Benchmark gives an overall numerical score to the phones undergoing the tests by checking the RAM, GPU, CPU, UX. Higher the score, the better the endurance and performance of a smartphone is said to be. The real-life performance of a device, however, should not be judged on the basis of these benchmark results. The results only matter if you are planning to push your phone to its limits and put it against so many rivals. Measuring performance is a lot more complicated than it sounds.