As usual, popular smartphone benchmarking platform AnTuTu Benchmark has published the report for November 2020. As per the flagship segment, the new entrants includes the HUAWEI Mate40 Pro+ and iQOO Neo3. The updated list for top Android mid-range smartphone also has a new entrant – realme Q2 Pro 5G.
Now, speaking about Android flagship smartphones first, HUAWEI Mate40 Pro+ leads the pack with 698,654 points, followed by HUAWEI Mate40 Pro with 684,069 points. For those unaware, last month, the latter device topped the chart.
Going further, Xiaomi Mi 10 ultra which came sixth in October’s list, comes third this time around with 671,045 points. As a result, the iQOO 5 (664,250 points) and the iQOO 5 Pro (664,238 points) are pushed down to fourth and fifth places in the new list.
The reaming five positions are acquired by Redmi K30S Ultra (664,119 points), vivo X50 Pro+ (662.524 points), iQOO Neo3 (644,449 points), ASUS ROG Phone 3 (638,842 points), and Lenovo Legion Phone Duel (626,885 points) respectively. The Black Shark 3S and OPPO Find X2 Pro are no longer part of the top list.
Coming to the list of Android mid-range smartphones, the Redmi 10X 5G (404,089 points) now tops the chart instead of the Redmi 10X Pro 5G (398,227 points) as it has been dropped to third place. The HUAWEI nova7 Pro (401,091 points) sits in the second position, whereas HUAWEI nova7 (395,879 points) comes fourth as HONOR 30 (388,751 points) slips to fifth place.
The last five positions remain unchanged except for the last spot, which is now captured by the new entrant realme Q2 Pro 5G (338,516 points). The others are HONOR X10 (363,363 points), HONOR 30S (353,169 points), HUAWEI nova7 SE (351,638 points), and Redmi K30 5G Racing/Extreme Edition (350,048 points).
Having said that, we expect the lists for December to be identical to November’s with some minor changes. The lists will only change drastically with the launch of Snapdragon 888 powered smartphones in Q1 2020.