TOP 10 best performing Android phones in February 2020: AnTuTu ranking

Snapdragon 888 phones have been in the AnTuTu rankings since December, but now almost dominate, with five models in the Top 10. In February, another top processor debuted, along with Xiaomi’s Redmi K40: Snapdragon 870, which is a kind of intermediate step between Snapdragon 865 and the new top 888 model. The results confirm just that, with small differences between the performance of this processor and the top model.

Many models on the list are not available in Europe

iQOO 7, Vivo’s most powerful gaming phone, still ranks first in the AnTuTu rankings. It benefits from 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage and an average record score in AnTuTu of 726,939 points. The next place in the ranking is also occupied by Vivo, with X60 Pro +, another model with Snapdragon 888, with 726,925 points.

Next, we have Redmi K30 Pro from Xiaomi, Xiaomi Mi 11, Huawei Mate 40 Pro, equipped with Kirin 9000 chipset, Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G, Redmi K40, the first model with Snapdragon 870 in this ranking, Oppoo Reno 5 Pro + 5G, Redemi K30S and, finally, iQOO 5.

TOP 10 high-performance phones in February 2020

iQOO 7 Snapdragon 888 – 726,939
Vivo X60 Pro + Snapdragon 888 – 726,925
Redmi K40 Pro Snapdragon 888 – 718,434
Xiaomi Mi 11 Snapdragon 888 – 712.366
Huawei Mate 40 Pro Kirin 9000 – 683,919
Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G Snapdragon 888 – 679.152
Redmi K40 Snapdragon 870 – 668,471
Oppo Reno5 Pro + 5G Snapdragon 865 – 667,456
Redmi K30S Snapdragon 865 – 666,043
iQOO 5 Snapdragon 865 – 661,609
However, many of these phones are only available in China or have not yet been launched in other regions. The iQOO models have not yet debuted in Europe, while the Redmi K40 and K40 Pro could reach us in the country under the POCO brand.

Mid-range performance is dominated by MediaTek and Huawei processors

But it is interesting to see the performance difference between Redmi K40 with Snapdragon 870, 6 GB RAM and 128 GB storage and the previous model, Redmi K30S with Snapdragon 865, 8 GB RAM and 128 GB storage. The difference is only 2,000 points, so in terms of performance, users will not see real differences. Qualcomm seems to offer the old processor with a slightly higher frequency, at a lower price.

TOP 10 high-performance mid-range phones in February 2020

Redmi 10X 5G Dimensity 820 – 404.346
Redmi 10X Pro 5G Dimensity 820 – 398.570
Vivo S7t Dimensity 820 – 395,082
Huawei Nova 7 Pro Kirin 985 – 392,093
Huawei Nova 7 Kirin 985 – 391,542
Huawei Nova 8 Pro Kirin 985 – 390.039
Honor 30 Kirin 985 – 389,107
Huawei Nova 8 Kirin 985 – 388.568
Honor X10 Kirin 820 – 362,664
Honor 30S Kirin 820 – 355,028
In the mid-range smartphone market, MediaTek and Huawei continue to dominate the performance rankings. Redmi 10X 5G with Dimensity 820 is the most powerful model, which gets 404,346 points on average, followed by the Pro version and then the Vivo S7t. The rest of the ranking is occupied exclusively by Huawei and Honor devices, equipped with Kirin 985 and Kirin 820 chipsets. We have in order Nova 7 Pro, Nova 7, Nova 8 Pro, Honor 30, Nova 8, Honor X10 and Honor 30S.

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