Yesterday, Antutu released the “December 2020 Android Phone Performance List”, which includes two categories: flagship Android and mid-range Android smartphones. During 2020, the smartphone market has been “smoke of gunpowder”. Almost every flagship has carried various technologies such as “100W fast charging” and “120Hz high refresh rate”.
The AnTuTu List
According to the list, the Xiaomi Mi 11 ranked first in the performance of flagship smartphones. The Mi 11, which was available in December 28, scored 708,425 points. Thus, the Snapdragon 888 chip supplemented by a full-blooded version of LPDDR5 with a 3200MHz frequency is the reason for such high performance. Besides, the data transfer rate hits 6400Mbps, which is the highest memory rate.
The Huawei Mate 40 Pro+ and Huawei Mate 40 Pro are the second and the third, respectively. Both models support Kirin 9000 chips scoring 702,819 points. The other models that entered the list are Xiaomi 10 Ultra, Redmi 30S Ultra, iQOO, and Vivo series.
Speaking about the mid-range smartphone performance list in December, the list has not changed much from the previous issue. The reason is that there were not many model updates at the end of 2020. For example, the Redmi 10X 5G is still the first among the mid-range device. It is equipped with Dimensity 820 chip, with an average score of 400742. The second and third places belong to Huawei’s Nova 7 series. Since the Nova 7 and Nova 7 Pro sport Kirin 985 chips, the gap between them is not big.
It goes without saying that the statistics time is from December 1st to December 31st, 2020. The scores in the list are the average scores instead of the highest scores. Since the data is based on the AnTu Rabbit V8 version calculation, the statistics of a single model are >1000.
We strongly believe that smartphones with Snapdragon 888 can change the list. On the other hand, the Huawei P series equipped with Kirin 9000 or 9000E promises to be on the list after release.