Benches are often hidden in a specific list of issues, including those that do not comply with checks that can be considered automated (the DXOMark case) and which should provide results based on algorithms. Therefore your results should not be considered in the book, even though they serve to place us more or less at the level of power created by various manufacturers and models in the market.
AnTuTu is one of the most popular benchmarks or synthetic exams, and has its monthly publication format that helps with what we've been talking about before: launching models and the market itself. At the April level
Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro is a very powerful phone according to AnTuTu
This is what performance testing tells us, puts on Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro at the top of the list with nearly 594,000 points. The model seems to be tested in its version with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. Behind him, the OnePlus 8 Pro with 12GB and 256GB points, with about 583,000 points, and the Xiaomi Mi 10 with 8GB and 128GB, with just over 580,000 points.
These are the top 3 most popular phones of the time according to AnTuTu, which is set to calculate its performance appraisal ratings at the end of April to prepare the list. Following the heady trio we get the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G with 12GB and 128GB, the Samsung Galaxy S20 + 5G with 12GB and 128GB, the first models with a non-Qualcomm chip on the list.
The quintet that closes the Top 10 is made up of ASUS Rog Phone 2, Samsung Galaxy S20 +, Samsung Galaxy S20 5G, OnePlus 7T and OnePlus 7T Pro. This is what AnTuTu tells us in its most powerful April list, a situation where we also didn't get Huawei's phone
We also have a list with mid-range models, and here we are we get Huawei in style. Specifically, the Huawei Nova 7i with 6GB and 128GB, plays the Kirin 810 and climbs to the top of the midsize list. Behind him, four Xiaomis, three Realme's and two Samsung's to name the Top 10 of April's average. Remember: according to AnTuTu.
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