ROG Phone 2 continues as the world’s most powerful mobile phone in the AnTuTu application benchmark ranking with an average score of 496,226 points. Asus’ phone emerges as the leader primarily due to the Snapdragon 855 Plus processor (Qualcomm), the same one used in the phones that appear in the second and third positions – the OnePlus 7T Pro and the OnePlus 7T respectively.
The ranking with ten most powerful smartphones includes other devices from Asus and OnePlus, as well as a series of versions of Galaxy Note 10 (Samsung).
The result of the October ranking differs greatly from the previous study, which showed a greater variety of brands and models. Among the devices that appear in the two, the results vary: the Zenfone 6 fell from second place to seventh, the Galaxy Note 10 Plus with Exynos 9825 processor went from tenth to eighth fastest, and the OnePlus 7 Pro fell from third to fourth.
The sixth position unveils the first Samsung. The Note 10 Plus is in question offering 12 GB RAM, 256 GB storage and 855 Snapdragon processor, enough hardware profile to reach 449,910 points. Samsung still appears in the ranking with Note 10 versions.
Among Samsung’s several devices, there is also the Zenfone 6 (Asus). The model examined by AnTuTu Benchmark has 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB for data. It achieved an average score of 445,690 for October. In the September survey, the handset appeared in the runner-up, behind only ROG Phone 2.
Among the various devices of Samsung still has the Zenfone 6 (Asus). The model considered by the AnTuTu Benchmark has 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB for data. It reached an average score of 445,690 for October. In the September survey, the device appeared in second place, behind only ROG Phone 2.
October AnTuTu Benchmark Ranking
|Position||Position in september||Model||October score|
|1||1||Asus ROG Phone 2 (Snapdragon 855 Plus)||496,226|
|2||–||One Plus 7T Pro (Snapdragon 855 Plus)||482,175|
|3||–||One Plus 7T (Snapdragon 855 Plus)||475,086|
|4||3||OnePlus 7 Pro (Snapdragon 855)||464,180|
|5th||4||OnePlus 7 (Snapdragon 855)||454,335|
|6th||–||Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus (Snapdragon 855)||449,910|
|7th||2||Asus Zenfone 6 (Snapdragon 855)||445,690|
|8th||10||Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus (Exynos 9825)||442,975|
|9th||–||Samsung Galaxy Note 10 5G (Exynos 9825)||441,392|
|10||–||Samsung Galaxy Note 10 (Exynos 9825)||438,356|
Source: AnTuTu Benchmark
The AnTuTu Benchmark ranking takes into account average results calculated from benchmarks performed by ordinary users on their mobile phones. This means that, individually, a device can even score better than the average represented on the list.
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