Xiaomi Mi 11 and Redmi K40 Pro fail AnTuTu leadership. Galaxy S21 Ultra is embarrassed


The latest list of AnTuTu for the month of February has already been revealed. The TOP 10 that contemplates the most powerful smartphones of today in the Android world, iQOO 7 as first place. As in January, the terminal leads the list with 726 939 points.

Lurking is the Vivo X60 Pro + which reached 726 925 points, placing it in second position. From there down there are several conclusions to be drawn, with the distance that some of the main smartphones today are in the lead.

Redmi K40 Pro and Xiaomi Mi 11 stay only in 3rd and 4th place

As you can see in the list, the first two classifieds have the Snapdragon 888 processor. And this is also a reality for the Redmi K40 Pro, which goes directly to the third place. However, the new flagship of the Xiaomi subsidiary stands at 718 434 points.

AnTuTu's TOP 10 in February 2021

Even further down is the Xiaomi Mi 11. Seeing the podium through a straw, Xiaomi's latest flagship has achieved 712 366 points. To close the top five places is the Huawei Mate 40 Pro, which reached 683 919.

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G with Snapdragon 888 disappointed when it was only in 6th place

Who surprises and a lot for the negative is the Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G. The equipment that also has the Snapdragon 888 was far from the lead with just 679 152 points. And it is important to mention that this equipment is the only one in this TOP 10 with 16GB of RAM.

Not far behind is Redmi K40 (7th), which appears equipped with the Snapdragon 870. The remaining members of the list are equipment from last year, equipped with Qualcomm's 2020 processor, the Snapdragon 865.

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