As it happens every month, the AnTuTu performance testing platform has already published the November ranking, revealing which are the most powerful Android smartphones today.
In October, Xiaomi stood out with one of its smartphones in the first position but, as expected, this did not happen in November. Huawei was the first manufacturer to implement a 5nm lithography processor on an Android smartphone, earning it the top two positions.
Thus, in the November league table it presents a Huawei domain, placing Mate 40 Pro + and Mate 40 Pro in the first and second position, respectively.
Qualcomm continues to dominate the high-end segment in Android smartphones
It is not surprising that we see the new Kirin 9000 processor occupy the top positions in this ranking. However, we were disappointed to realize that the advantage they managed to gain is not as significant as expected.
By using a 5nm manufacturing process, it would be expected that the Huawei processor would be able to guarantee a level of performance far superior to that presented. As you can see in the table above, when compared to the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra (3rd position), the Kirin 9000 only has an advantage of 13 thousand points.
There is no doubt that Qualcomm continues to dominate the high-end segment with regard to Android smartphones, placing 8 smartphones in the TOP 10. Still, it is curious to see that the latest Snapdragon 865 Plus is present only in the last two positions, the rest being occupied by its predecessor.
TOP 10 of the most powerful Android smartphones in November
- Huawei Mate 40 Pro +
- Huawei Mate 40 Pro
- Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra
- iQOO 5
- iQOO 5 Pro
- Xiaomi Redmi K30S (commemorative edition)
- Vivo X50 Pro +
- iQOO Neo3
- ASUS ROG Phone 3
- Lenovo Legion Phone
Once again, Samsung was unable to place any of its smartphones in the TOP 10 of today’s most powerful smartphones.
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