Here’s Antutu’s top 10 best performing Android phones for April 2019

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AnTuTu recently released its top 10 best performing Android smartphone list for the month of April 2019. And surprise, surprise, most of the smartphones here are powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset.

Sitting at the top of the list is the Xiaomi Mi 9 with 371,020 points. As expected, this handset is powered by a Snapdragon 855 processor with up to 8GB RAM.

Next on the list is another Xiaomi phone, the Mi BlackShark 2 with 368,215 points. The BlackShark is a gaming centric phone, also powered by a Snapdragon 855 with liquid cooling to control temperatures.

AnTuTu BenchMark April
AnTuTu BenchMark April

At number 3 and 4 are the Samsung Galaxy S10+ and Galaxy S10 with 360,008 and 358,680 respectively. Again, Snapdragon 855 inside.

Next on the list is another gaming smartphone, the Vivo iQOO at five with 354,113 points. Yup, it’s another Snapdragon 855 handset with vapor cooling here.

Also Read: Xiaomi Mi 9, Mi 9 Explorer tops March AnTuTu list

Completing the top ten list is the LG G8 ThinQ at six with 344,743, the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G with 334,109, the Galaxy S10+ with 330,495, Galaxy S10 with 327,610, and the Galaxy S10e with 327,287. Take note that the Galaxy S10 series rounding out this list are powered by the Exynos 9820 SoC.

Surprisingly, none of the Kirin 980 powered smartphones made it to the top 10. Although that may all change once the next Huawei flagship drops.

AnTuTu sets statistical rules to qualify. Scores are averaged, and collected from April 1 to 30, 2019. At least 1000 units should be tested using AnTuTu Benchmark V7.

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