February’s AnTuTu Benchmark ranking, which tests the power of smartphones, shows that Asus ROG Phone 2 remains the world’s fastest Android smartphone among high-end phones. The Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro, on the other hand, is still the leader among the mid-range smartphones. The ranking is a benchmark for the market for unveiling the computing capacity of the most sought-after devices. The company publishes monthly surveys with the most powerful phones.

ROG Phone 2 keeps the crown

AnTuTu Benchmark has recently registered new smartphones with the new Snapdragon 865 processor, such as the US versions of the Galaxy S20 Ultra. Samsung’s releases score highly, but the platform did not include them in the February ranking because the user base is still small to calculate the average performance.

This way, ROG Phone 2 kept the first place among Android mobile phones for the sixth consecutive month, with a score of 507,284 points. Asus’ gamer phone uses Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 Plus, has 128 GB of space and comes with 12 GB of RAM.

In the second position among the top models is the OnePlus 7T, with the same processor, 256 GB of internal storage and 8 GB of RAM added 494,705 points.

The device that occupies the third position of the category was the Realme X2 Pro, which scores 482,480 points. The Chinese model features Snapdragon 855 Plus, 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of data space.

AnTuTu Ranking: high-end Mobile phones

PositionMobile PhonesSpecifications (CPU + RAM + storage)Scores
1Asus ROG Phone 2Snapdragon 855 Plus + 12 GB + 512 GB507,284
2OnePlus 7TSnapdragon 855 Plus + 8 GB + 256 GB494,705
3Realme X2 ProSnapdragon 855 Plus + 12 GB + 256 GB482,480
4OnePlus 7 ProSnapdragon 855 + 8 GB + 256 GB473,991
5OnePlus 7Snapdragon 855 + 8 GB + 256 GB468,519
6Samsung Note 10 PlusExynos 9825 + 12 GB + 256 GB453,939
7Redmi K20 ProSnapdragon 855 + 6 GB + 128 GB451,761
8Samsung Note 10Exynos 9825 + 8 GB + 256 GB448,043
9Xiaomi Mi 9Snapdragon 855 + 6 GB + 128 GB445,567
10Xiaomi Mi 9 ProSnapdragon 855 + 8 GB + 256 GB442,943

Source: AnTuTu Benchmark (February / 2020)

In the sixth position, Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 Plus is another high-end phone to appear in the ranking. The specifications include Exynos 9825 processor, 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of data space, the South Korean cell phone reached 453,939 points.

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Redmi Note 8 Pro is the leader among Mid-range

In the ranking between mobile phones with a mid-range model, the leadership continues with Redmi Note 8 Pro. Xiaomi’s cell phone – scored 291,733 points. The phone uses MediaTek’s Helio G90T processor, 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of space for data.

In the second place, the Galaxy A71 scored 265,537 points. The Samsung model uses Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 730 processor, provides 8 GB of RAM, provides 128 GB of data space and rivals the Redmi Note 8 Pro winner. The list also shows the Galaxy A70 and A51 in ninth and tenth places, respectively.

In third place, another Xiaomi: the Mi 9T, which uses the same Snapdragon 730 as the Galaxy A71, still has 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of space, totaling 264,797 points.

AnTuTu Ranking: intermediary cell phones

PositionMobile PhonesSpecifications (CPU + RAM + storage)Scores
1Redmi Note 8 ProHelio G90T + 6 GB + 128 GB291,733
2Samsung Galaxy A71Snapdragon 730 + 8 GB + 128 GB265,537
3Xiaomi Mi 9TSnapdragon 730 + 6 GB + 128 GB264,797
4Xiaomi Mi Note 10Snapdragon 730G + 8 GB + 128 GB264,576
5realme XTSnapdragon 712 + 8 GB + 128 GB228,834
6realme QSnapdragon 712 + 8 GB + 128 GB223,570
7Xiaomi Mi 9 LiteSnapdragon 710 + 6 GB + 128 GB215,686
8Vsmart LiveSnapdragon 675 + 6 GB + 64 GB214,023
9Samsung Galaxy A70Snapdragon 675 + 6 GB + 128 GB210,563
10Samsung Galaxy A51Exynos 6911 + 6 GB + 128 GB186,846

Source: AnTuTu Benchmark (February / 2020)

AnTuTu’s ranking aggregates test results spontaneously performed by users around the world, measuring average scores for each model. Because the tests measure the raw computing performance of mobile phones, it is possible that the results are not directly comparable to each user’s usage experience.

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