Popular benchmarking app Antutu has just released its performance rankings in China for June 2023, listing the top-performing Android models in the flagship and sub-flagship categories in descending order.
Notably, all the average scores in this month’s rankings were culled from devices running the latest Antutu version 10 software. Antutu notes that the results are not comparable with those of the previous version, as well as scores of Apple iPhones.
This month’s performance rankings also introduces a new top dog in the Android space — the vivo X90s, which tops the overall list with an average score of 1,619,144 points, good enough to beat last month‘s winner, the iQOO Neo8 Pro. The latter slips to fifth place, behind the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2-powered iQOO 11 Pro and iQOO 11.
Unlike the iQOO 11 series, both the vivo X90s and iQOO Neo8 Pro use MediaTek’s flagship Dimensity 9200 Plus 5G chipset. Another surprising development is the return of the ASUS ROG 7 Pro, which narrowly misses a top-three spot in the premium segment at fourth place. You might recall that the ROG Phone 7 was Antutu’s best-performing handset back in April.
All devices featured in the flagship category are built around either the Dimensity 9200 Plus or Snapdragon 8 Gen 2. However, expect things to change on next month’s list, with the release of the RedMagic 8S Pro, the first phone based on the higher-clocked 3.36GHz variant of Qualcomm’s top-of-the-line processor.
Moving down to the sub-flagship segment, the Redmi Note 12 Turbo and realme GT Neo5 SE rule the rankings once again — except this time, the Note 12 Turbo takes the crown from the GT Neo5 SE with a score of 1,151,420 points. Both smartphones pack a Qualcomm Snapdragon 7 Plus Gen 2 chip under the hood, and they’re also the only models on the list to cross the one-million mark.
The iQOO Neo7 SE, vivo S17 Pro, Xiaomi Civi 3 are in the third, fourth, and fifth spots, respectively. All three share the MediaTek Dimensity 8200 series platform, alongside 12GB of RAM and 512GB of built-in storage.
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