The latest AnTuTu list of top performing Android smartphones has just been released. And at the top of the March standings sits the Xiaomi Mi 9 Explorer, closely followed by the Mi 9.
Nine out of ten smartphones are running on 7nm processors, with the ZTE nubia Red Magic Mars as the lone exception sporting a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845.
The Xiaomi Mi 9 Explorer is number one for the month of March with a whopping 372,072 points. The Mi 9 is at two with 371,878.
It seems the scores made a huge leap with the new smartphone releases. In comparison to last February’s list, the Samsung Galaxy S10+ was at the top with 332,850 points, followed by the Honor V20 with 305,599.
Read: AnTuTu’s Top 10 best performing Android phones for January 2019 released
Vivo’s iQOO Monster is third this month with 365,430, tailed by the Samsung Galaxy S10+ and Galaxy S10 with 359,987 and 359,217, respectively.
January’s top phone, the Huawei Mate 20 has been pushed out of the top 10. Huawei will probably make a comeback once their latest processor is released with the Mate 30 series.
AnTuTu sets statistical rules to qualify. Scores are averaged, and collected from March 1 to 31, 2019. At least 1000 units should be tested using the latest AnTuTu Benchmark iteration.
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Via: GSM Arena, Source: AnTuTu