AnTuTu is now analyzing the most powerful mobile phones among the “flagship phones” on the Android market. Be careful, because it’s not just the Snapdragon 888 that beats the Samsung Exynos 2100.
We’re not going to talk to you about it today the most powerful phones on the marketbecause they are different and we already analyzed them a few days ago thanks to AnTuTu, the popular one Benchmark Chinese, that brings us today equally juicy information on that flagship stronger from the entire Android catalog.
In fact, they wanted to offer us at AnTuTu one of their usual placements at the ‘Top 10’ the flagship phones from major Android manufacturers, also with updated data from January 2021, suggesting Xiaomi it is with his new Mi 11 that has with most powerful flagship From the market.
It is no surprise that a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 smartphone, which is the first to reach international markets with this chipset, makes the ranking of the flagship most powerful in the industry, though it’s striking to see Huawei do with its SoC HiSilicon Kirin 9000 from 2020 is still ahead of Samsung’s new Exynos 2100.
In fact, South Koreans are the worst unemployed in this comparison because although it is true that have taken a step forward with the new Exynos 2100, which is placed for the Snapdragon 865 and 865+ with the exception of the ASUS ROG Phone 3 Gaming and therefore vitaminized, it is that too They didn’t even manage to beat a chipset from last year like Huawei Kirin 9000.
In any case, it is generally acknowledged that the System-on-Chips 5 nanometers are stronger than any previous generation, and that all three – Qualcomm Snapdragon 888, Samsung Exynos 2100, and HiSilicon Kirin 9000 – outperform their predecessors if we ignore hypervitamin terminals like that for Gaming.
Qualcomm dominates the ‘Top Ten’ with up to six devices and first place in the ranking. Huawei pokes out its chest and Samsung is climbing steps but damaged, off the podium and behind a 2020 video game phone.
The AnTuTu classification does not lie and was made with Data collected between January 1st and 31st and averageswithout counting the highest and lowest values, with more than 1,000 samples from each device via the AnTuTu v8 test.
The Number 1 is for Xiaomi Mi 11, which with its Snapdragon 888 chipset and 12 GB of RAM is the only one to exceed the limit of 700,000 points. There are a jump of more than 50,000 points on practically everyone else who is very evenly balanced, by 650,000 points.
In fact, the Huawei Mate40 Pro with the Kirin 9000 and only 8 GB of RAM remains at almost 649,000 points Third place at ROG Phone 3 with its vitaminized Snapdragon 865+ with 647,000 points.
The the next three positions – Fourth, fifth and sixth – apply to the three variants of the new Samsung Galaxy S21 with the Exynos 2100 and contain 8 or 12 GB of RAM, depending on the model. In your case, they stay the same 623,000 points for Ultra and without dropping the 617,000 points in the Galaxy S21 with less storage capacity.
They are already arriving from here All models with Snapdragon 865 and 865+ chipsetThis shows that when we talk about 2020, the high-performance chipset from Qualcomm was unrivaled in the industry last year… Something that seems like it will repeat itself in 2021!