And they’re up. Benchmarking platform Antutu has finally released May’s best-performing flagship and midrange Android phones globally.
Now independent from Huawei, Honor is set to show what it has in store for smartphone consumers this month.
Huawei‘s former sub-brand is launching its 50 series phones soon, and we might just have our first look at one of the models.
After quite a wait, Antutu has finally released the latest rankings of best-performing Android phones — the first results from version 9 of the benchmarking platform — albeit for devices released in China.
Of all the Honor phones that were launched in the Philippines, it’s the Honor Play that we can’t somehow forget. At the time it was released in 2018, it was one of the best, if not the best, bang-for-the-buck midrange handsets in the country. So we’re hopeful for the one that’s currently in the rumor mill.
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.
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.
Which devices made it to Antutu’s latest global rankings of best-performing Android phones?
Honor’s first smartphone with Google apps and services since the U.S. trade sanctions on Chinese companies including Huawei is expected to break cover in Europe soon. The Honor V40 is said to have obtained EEC certification from the European Union, possibly indicating that its global launch is imminent.
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.
It’s up. Antutu Benchmark has shared on its site January 2021’s best-performing flagship and midrange Android smartphones released in China.
This is it. Honor has finally taken the wraps off its first smartphone since Huawei sold its sub-brand to a state-owned consortium led by phone distributor Digital China and the Shenzhen government.
Is the international variant of the Honor 5G phone that will go official in China January 22 finally coming with Google Mobile Services?
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.
As we roll out a new month (well, a new year, actually), it’s once again time to name the best-performing Android smartphones in China’s high-end and midrange segments, according to the Antutu benchmark platform.
It’s been more than a month since Huawei announced that it sold Honor to Shenzhen Zhixin New Information Technology, a consortium that includes over 30 agents and dealers of Honor devices in China.
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.
Last week, it was reported that Huawei was close to completing a deal that would offload its Honor business to a state-owned consortium led by phone distributor Digital China and the Shenzhen government. Now, it’s official: Huawei has sold its Honor brand.
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.