We’ve been on the lookout for this. Today, finally, Antutu Benchmark’s list of best-performing Android phones for April 2018 is out.
Huawei performed well, too, as its Mate 10 Pro and Mate 10 devices defended its fourth and seventh places from March successfully. Plus, it had a new entry into the list, thanks to the newly released Huawei P20 Pro, a smartphone that also did well on camera-ratings site DxOMark. The Honor V10 from the company’s sub-brand exchanged places with the OnePlus 5T; the latter moved up one notch to take the fifth position.
On the other hand, the 5T’s older version, the OnePlus 5, and the Nokia 8 maintained their respective standings. The only Android smartphone from the top 10 in March 2018 that did not make it to the list this time was the Google Pixel 2.
Check out the complete ranking below:
- Samsung Galaxy S9+ (G965U – Qualcomm Snapdragon 845): 264,638
- Samsung Galaxy S9+ (G965N – Samsung Exynos 9810): 248,761
- Samsung Galaxy S9 (G960F – Samsung Exynos 9810): 246,448
- Huawei Mate 10 Pro: 213,019
- OnePlus 5T: 211,961
- Honor V10: 211,533
- Huawei Mate 10: 211,026
- OnePlus 5: 209,379
- Nokia 8: 209,147
- Huawei P20 Pro: 208,160
Of the 10, only the Snapdragon 845-powered Galaxy S9+ and the Honor V10 are not officially available in the Philippines.
We’d have loved to see how the Apple iPhones stacked up against their Android counterparts. Unfortunately, version 7 of Antutu for iOS was just released end-April. Guess we’d have to give Antutu a bit more time to post an overall ranking.
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