Finally, the global equivalent of the June 2021 rankings Antutu Benchmark published on July 3 are now up.
Antutu Benchmark‘s latest rankings of best-performing Android phones released in China are up.
And they’re up. Benchmarking platform Antutu has finally released May’s best-performing flagship and midrange Android phones globally.
ASUS has announced two new flagship smartphones in its number series — and they couldn’t be more different. There’s the bold and flippy ASUS ZenFone 8 Flip, which follows in the footsteps of the ZenFone 7 Pro and ZenFone 6 and uses a rotating camera system at the back to take selfies. But more interesting than that, surprisingly, is the equally bold (for another reason) ASUS ZenFone 8.
Antutu has revealed the top-performing global Android phones for March 2021, and the best performer in the rankings is no surprise at all — not to us, at least.
Gaming phones are no longer novel to the market, with many presenting themselves as compelling alternatives to do-it-all flagships that cost about the same or more. While some of them push the boundaries of smartphone design more than others, with a couple of models even going as far as incorporating an actual spinning fan into the chassis, they all offer better performance, especially in gaming, than their average counterparts.
The ASUS ROG Phone 5 series is now official in the Philippines, with the Taiwanese OEM’s local arm also announcing the local pricing and availability for its latest gaming phones.
Popular benchmarking website Antutu Benchmark just published its latest rankings of the top-performing flagship and midrange Android smartphones in China. And the results are, well, quite interesting, especially in the top-end segment, where the likes of the ASUS ROG Phone 5, Black Shark 4 Pro, and RedMagic 6 Pro are included in the mix.
The latest iteration in the ROG Phone series is here, much earlier than usual. But hey, you can say that about almost all smartphone flagships that launched the past couple of months. And if you ask the people at ASUS, they don’t see any problem with their newest gaming phone getting pushed out the pipeline earlier than what we’re used to.
Which devices made it to Antutu’s latest global rankings of best-performing Android phones?
ASUS‘ next-generation of gaming phone is launching March 10 in China. And if you’re someone who cares more about RAM than a handset’s other features, then the device might just be for you.
It was reported earlier that ASUS’ next gaming smartphone will be dubbed ROG Phone 5, confirming leaks from before that the Taiwanese manufacturer would skip the number 4 since it is widely believed to be bad luck in Chinese culture.
Six days after it published last month’s list of best-performing midrange and flagship Android smartphones released in China, Antutu has revealed the global rankings.
The ASUS ROG Phone 3 is one of the fastest and most specced-out mobile devices launched last year, and it looks like the gaming phone’s successor could arrive sooner rather than later.
A few days after sharing the Chinese market’s rankings for December, Antutu Benchmark this time revealed the list of best-performing flagship and midrange Android phones released globally.
Antutu Benchmark’s latest global rankings of the best-performing flagship and midrange Android phones have more of the same players as in the past couple of months.
Qualcomm’s next-flagship chipset is not called Snapdragon 765, as many expected; it’s Snapdragon 888, representing a number considered lucky in China.
Two days after releasing the September lists of best-performing midrange and flagship Android phones available in China, Antutu Benchmark has shared the global rankings.
Close to two weeks into October, and we finally have Antutu Benchmark’s September list of best-performing midrange and flagship Android phones that were released in China.
Dedicated gaming phones are a relatively new thing to the smartphone market, with some presenting themselves as compelling alternatives to do-it-all flagships that cost about the same.