While we’re waiting for the latest global list of highest-scorers on Antutu, let’s shift our focus to the Android smartphones that did well in the benchmarks in China. After all, it’s the only information for April that Antutu released today.
Huawei Mate 20 series smartphones have topped Antutu Benchmark rankings since their availability in October 2018. Until February 2019, that is.
It posted astonishing results in cross-platform processor benchmark Geekbench. This time, the 11-inch model of the Apple iPad Pro 2018 got a nod from its performance in Antutu.
Well, we knew it was only going to be a matter of time. A new smartphone (a bunch of them, actually) has unseated the ASUS ROG Phone as the top Android device in terms of Antutu Benchmark results in China for October 2018.
There’s a new top-ranked Android smartphone in terms of Antutu Benchmark performance for September 2018. And, no, we’re not referring to the Google Pixel 3 or Huawei Mate 20 Pro or Mate 20 X, at least not yet.
With the launch of the Apple iPhone XS Max, iPhone XS, and iPhone XR comes the first commercially available 7-nanometer chip, the A12 Bionic. And as with all successors, the chip is expected to perform better than the A11 Bionic found in the Apple iPhone X, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone 8.
Antutu’s July list of best-performing Android smartphones looked somewhat similar to the ones in June and May. But the global list for August? We had new players this time around.
For the third straight month, a Xiaomi-backed gaming smartphone topped the list of best-performing Android devices on Antutu. Getting an average benchmark score of 288,187, the Xiaomi Black Shark successfully secured its position from May and June.
Antutu Benchmark’s lists of 10 best-performing Android phones for March and April were almost the same. But the newly released one? With the availability of new handsets came a different set of players.
We’ve been on the lookout for this. Today, finally, Antutu Benchmark’s list of best-performing Android phones for April 2018 is out.
When Antutu Benchmark released its list of best-performing Android phones for February 2018, no Snapdragon 845- and Exynos 9810-powered devices were included because they were not available on the market at the time.
Or so alleged screenshots of its benchmark score on Antutu version 7 show.
HE month of May was not particularly good to Apple, as the iPhone 7 Plus finally got dislodged from the top spot of benchmarking app Antutu’s list of best-performing smartphones. Was June any worse?
ACT: 20 percent of mobile phones shipped internationally are fake. And more than 50 percent of those may have come from China alone, according to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development. But whose handsets did counterfeit-phone makers in China copy the most in the first half of 2017? Apple perhaps? Well, we thought wrong.
TOP the presses! The Apple iPhone 7 Plus is no longer the best-performing phone around, according to one popular benchmarking app. The HTC U11, aka the squeezable smartphone, is — and this news is yet another ringing endorsement for the Taiwan-made Android flagship.
NTUTU closed the year by publishing its latest charts featuring the top-performing Android and iOS devices that have been put through their paces last year using the company’s own Antutu Benchmark app.