AnTuTu has just put online the top 10 most powerful Android smartphones of the month of February 2021. This month, the ranking of high-end phones is once again dominated by the iQOO 7, a smartphone with Snapdragon 888 designed by Vivo. On the mid-range, the Redmi 10X 5G remains in the lead.
This Tuesday March 2, 2021, AnTuTu published the rankings dedicated to the best performing Android smartphones for the month of February 2021. As has been the case for several months, the benchmarking platform offers two rankings : a top reserved for high-end Android devices and a top for mid-range devices.
As last January, the top premium Android smartphones are dominated by the Vivo IQOO 7. The smartphone owes its performance to the presence of the SoC Snapdragon 888, the latest high-end chipset from Qualcomm. Engraved in 5nm, the processor is supported by 12 GB of RAM.
Vivo leads the AnTuTu ranking of high-end Android smartphones
In second place, we find another production signed Vivo, the X60 Pro +. The smartphone is close behind (14 points) the IQOO 7. It features the same high-end chipset, the Snapdragon 888, and 12 GB of RAM. The X60 Pro + is followed by the Redmi K40 Pro, a Xiaomi smartphone that arrived in China a few days ago.
Moreover, we note the drop recorded by the Xiaomi Mi 11. Leader of the ranking in December, theXiaomi’s latest addition is relegated to fourth place in the top. Note also the remarkable entry into the scene of the Galaxy S21 Ultra, Samsung’s latest flagship. Here again, we find the Snapdragon 888. On the European market, the smartphone is on the other hand powered by the Exynos 2100, the SoC house of the South Korean firm. Note that the top is (as always) largely occupied by Qualcomm, with the exception of 5th place, occupied by the Mate 40 Pro with Kirin 9000.
For its part, the mid-range AnTuTu ranking is dominated by the Redmi 10X 5G and Redmi 10X Pro 5G, two mid-range marketed by Xiaomi. Apart from the Vivo S7T with Dimensity 820, a Mediatek chip, the whole podium is occupied by phones produced by Huawei. They are therefore powered by a Kirin processor.