According to the benchmark platform, one of the devices retained its spot in July — the same case we see on the list for units released in China. Which of them are we referring to? Read on to know more about Antutu’s most recent report.
Top 10 flagship Android phones
That was fast. After topping the list in June, the RedMagic 6 was kicked out from the Antutu ranking of premium smartphones in July 2021. Achieving an average benchmark score of 820,936, former Vivo sub-brand’s iQOO 7 climbed from third to first place.
The rest in the new international top 10 were actually the same as June’s — except for the previously unranked Sony Xperia 1 III 5G with Snapdragon 888. Which means all of them are powered by the still-dominant Qualcomm chip, which, until Xiaomi’s recent launch of the MIX 4 with Snapdragon 888 Plus, was the chipmaker’s top-of-the-line SoC.
Top 10 midrange Android phones
You’re still looking at the Snapdragon 780G-based Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite 5G as last month’s king of the mid-level smartphone category, landing No. 1 with an average benchmark score of 524,302.
Unlike in the flagship space, Qualcomm did not dominate the category; there was only other model that uses a Qualcomm processor, the Xiaomi Mi 10T Lite 5G with Snapdragon 750G.
All of them were part of June’s top 10, except for two units. The iQOO Z3 and OPPO Reno5 5G were nowhere in the ranking, and in came the Realme 8 5G and Huawei Nova 7i with 363,358 and 361,982 points, respectively.
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