AnTuTu recently released their top 10 most powerful Android phones for the month of July 2020.
The list contains mostly flagship phones. What’s really surprising (or maybe not) is that all of them are powered a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor with either 8GB or 12GB RAM.
The top 10, by the way, will likely change this August with the arrival of the ASUS ROG Phone 3 and the Samsung Galaxy Note20 series. Both devices (well, the ROG and the global variant of the Galaxy Note20 Ultra) are powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+ chip which is faster.
The list has three OPPO smartphones, lead by the Find X2 Pro with 613,048 points, followed by the Find X2 at second with 606,490 points. Meanwhile, the OPPO Ace 2 is sixth with 595,408.
Another interesting observation is the fact that there are three Vivo smartphones here as well — the iQOO Neo 3 at fifth, the Vivo X50 Pro at seventh, and the iQOO 3 at tenth.
Two spots are taken by Xiaomi with the Redmi K30 Pro Zoom at third and the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro at fourth. You also have the realme X50 Pro Edition at eight, and the Meizu 17 Pro at ninth.
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Check out the full list of AnTuTu’s most powerful Android smartphones for July 2020:
- OPPO Find X2 Pro – 613,048
- OPPO Find X2 – 606,490
- Redmi K30 Pro Zoom – 601,706
- Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro – 600,840
- iQOO Neo 3 – 596,141
- OPPO Ace 2 – 595,408
- Vivo X50 Pro – 595,404
- Realme X50 Pro Player Edition – 588,837
- Meizu 17 Pro – 587,483
- iQOO 3 – 587,087
For those who want to run AnTuTu Benchmark on their phones, take note that the benchmarking app has been removed from the Google Play Store last March 2020.
You can, however, download the app from its website and sideload it on your device.