Smartphones with million performance points
AnTuTu's ranking of the most powerful Android smartphones is strongly mixed compared to the beginning of the year when there are 7 devices with performance above a million points.
Xiaomi BlackShark 5 Pro (AnTuTu performance score: 1,048,179)
Xiaomi BlackShark 5 Pro.
Xiaomi's gaming smartphone is the most powerful Android phone in the world today, taking the throne from Nubia Red Magic 7 Pro - the device that held the top spot many months earlier. The power of BlackShark comes from Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip, 16 GB RAM, 512 GB memory.
BlackShark 5 Pro has a 6.67-inch screen with a resolution of 1,080 x 2,400 pixels, a refresh rate of 144 Hz. The device is equipped with a triple-lens camera cluster (108 standard megapixels + 13 megapixel super wide angle + 5 megapixel telephoto), 4,650 mAh battery, supports 120 W fast charging.
Nubia Red Magic 7 Pro (1,032,445 points)
Nubia Red Magic 7 Pro.
Nubia's smartphone dropped to second place with a performance score not much different from the Xiaomi BlackShark 5 Pro. The device has a strong configuration with Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip, 16 GB RAM, 256 GB memory. The highest configuration includes 18 GB RAM and 1 TB memory. The device is mainly aimed at gamers with a bunker design, 6.8-inch OLED screen, 165 Hz refresh rate, 120 W fast charging, 4,500 mAh battery.
Lenovo Legion Y90 (1,020,942 points)
Lenovo Legion Y90.
Lenovo's gaming smartphone suddenly rose to third, although it was not previously in AnTuTu's rankings. The device has a very strong configuration with Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip, up to 18 GB RAM, 640 GB memory.
Legion Y90 also has a 6.92-inch AMOLED screen with a resolution of 1,080 x 2,460 pixels, a refresh rate of 144 Hz. The device uses a dual camera with a 64-megapixel main camera and a 13-megapixel ultra-wide angle, a 5,600 mAh battery that supports 168 W fast charging.
Vivo X80 and X80 Pro (1,013,845 and 1,006,654 points)
Vivo X80 and X80 Pro.
The X80 has two versions running Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 and Dimensity 9000, with the AnTuTu score above being the version for the chip from MediaTek. The device also has 8/12 GB RAM, 256/512 GB memory, 6.78-inch AMOLED screen, 4,500 mAh battery with 80 W fast charging.
Meanwhile, Vivo X80 Pro has the same configuration, the performance scores measured are also from the model running the Dimensity 9000 chip. The difference between the X80 Pro and the X80 is the higher resolution screen (2K versus Full HD). , a larger battery capacity (4,700 mAh) and support for both fast charging and fast wireless charging.
iQOO 9 and iQOO 9 Pro (1,012,310 and 1,008,157 points)
QOO 9 (left) and iQOO 9 Pro (right).
Vivo's two sub-brand smartphones once topped AnTuTu's rankings earlier this year, but now fall to fifth and sixth positions. The duo launched in January, sharing the same configuration with Snapdragon 8 Gen1 chip, 12 GB RAM and 512 GB internal memory. The difference between the two is mainly in the design, when the 9 Pro has a two-sided curved screen, while the other uses a flat screen.
The remaining three smartphones in AnTuTu's list of 10 most powerful Android smartphones by the end of May all have performance scores close to one million, including Vivo X Note with 997,514 points, Vivo X80 Pro with Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip reaching 989,957 points and Motorola Edge X30 is 984,181 points.
In the April rankings , only Nubia Red Magic 7 Pro with the iQOO 9 and iQOO 9 Pro duo surpassed one million performance points. At the end of last year, most products were only about 850,000 points.
On the iOS side, iPhone 13 Pro Max is the highest performing Apple phone model with more than 840,000 points.
AnTuTu Benchmark is a tool to measure the overall performance of devices such as phones, tablets... and is consulted by many experts and users when evaluating devices. The ranking is compiled by AnTuTu based on the performance score of the recently released Benchmark V9 version.
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