In December 2022, iQOO units dominated Antutu‘s lists of best-performing flagship, sub-premium, and midrange Android smartphones released in ChIna. Which models made it to the January 2023 rankings?
According to the benchmark app’s latest report, OnePlus, Vivo, and iQOO handsets topped Antutu’s charts last month.
The OnePlus 11 beat other flagship devices with an average benchmark score of 1,325,859. Scheduled to be launched globally tomorrow, February 7, the phone boasts a rear camera system that’s co-engineered with Swedish imaging manufacturer Hasselblad and is equipped with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 5G chipset. It’s the same Qualcomm SoC that powers eight of the top 10 scorers in the premium space. The other two — seventh-placer Vivo X90 Pro and 10th-placer Vivo X90 — use a MediaTek Dimensity 9200 chip.
MediaTek ruled the sub-flagship category, with all 10 Android phones on the list relying on Dimensity 8200, Dimensity 8100-Max, and Dimensity 8100 processors. At the top of the heap was the Vivo S16 Pro with 870,121 points, followed by the iQOO Neo7 SE and Xiaomi Redmi K60E.
But handsets with Qualcomm chipsets once again dominated the midrange level. The American chip manufacturer’s Snapdragon 778G Plus, Snapdragon 778G, and Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 figured in eight of the 10 best-performing models here. The top three — the iQOO Z6, HONOR 80, and iQOO Z5 — bested other midrangers with average benchmark scores of 599,586, 582,614, and 576,804, respectively.
Only the Dimensity 1080-based Realme 10 Pro Plus and Redmi Note 12 Pro Plus are powered by MediaTek SoCs. The former, by the way, is already set to go official in the Philippines.
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