A AnTuTu released the list of smartphones with best performance passing its test platform during the month of November 2021. Unsurprisingly, the Top 10 is dominated by the processor Snapdragon 888 Qualcomm and Chinese manufacturers.
It’s also important to note that several of these Android smartphones use the Snapdragon 888+ (Plus), the optimized version of the SD888 chipset released in late 2020. First, we have the smartphone Xiaomi Black Shark 4S Pro for the second consecutive month.
Xiaomi continues to dominate AnTuTu’s Top 10 in November
Ranking released by the AnTuTu platform referring to the month of November 2021.
At the top of the list we have, once again, the smartphone Xiaomi Black Shark 4S Pro with 875 382 points. In second place is the smartphone Nubia RedMagic 6S Pro with 852 719. In third place is the iQOO 8 Pro with a total of 846 663 points.
Therefore, the top three positions are occupied by Android smartphones that already use Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 888 Plus chipset. Next we have the Xiaomi Black Shark 4 Pro smartphone equipped with the Snapdragon 888 processor.
We have Vivo X70 Pro+ in fifth place with the Snapdragon 888 Plus, followed by the ASUS ROG Phone 5S, also with the same SD888 Plus processor. The dominance of Qualcomm chips is full in this cast of best and most powerful phones.
Qualcomm Snapdragon Processors Dominate Qualcomm Top 10
The rest of the places in this Top 10 by AnTuTu are powered by the Snapdragon 888 processor. Namely, we have iQOO 8 smartphones, Lenovo Legion Duel 2 Pro, OPPO Find X3 Pro, as well as the Realme GT 5G to close the list.
It is, therefore, a testament to the capabilities of the chipsets designed by the American technology that, just recently, made known the successor to its SD888 in the figure of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 that we have already made known.
Finally, we remind you that this Top 10 is compiled based on the various tests submitted by the users themselves using the AnTuTu platform. The table thus results from the weighted average of all submissions made in a given month.
Now, it’s just a matter of waiting to get to know the power of the next Qualcomm chip.
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