AnTuTu announced the smartphones with the highest average performance in February. Xiaomi Mi 10 series stamped the top of the list. It can also be said that Qualcomm is superior to other processor manufacturer competitors.
AnTuTu regularly lists the best performing devices among thousands of Android phones every month. The best performing phone of January was iQOO Neo, but in February, the top of the list changed with the arrival of new generation flagships from various brands.
According to AnTuTu, the highest performing phone of February was Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro. The ranking is based on data collected from each model at least 1000 times between February 1 and February 29, 2020. Therefore, the list is based on the highest average AnTuTu score for each model.
Mi 10 Pro took the first place in AnTuTu list with an average of 594.069 points. Mi 10 followed Xiaomi’s top flagship with 564.327 points. Both models are powered by a Snapdragon 865 processor. iQOO’s new phone was announced on February 3, but it has not been on the AnTuTu list because it has not been released yet.
It is noteworthy that the models with Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ processors are dominant in the list. A total of seven phones powered by Snapdragon 855+ processors were listed. Following Xiaomi’s flagships, iQOO Neo, iQOO Pro, OnePlus 7T, OnePlus 7T Pro and Vivo Nex 3 formed the top seven. The Huawei V30 Pro, which has a Kirin 990 chipset, ranked 8th. ASUS ROG 2 and Realme X2 Pro, which also have Snapdragon 855+ processors, completed the top 10.
Samsung’s new flagship phones, the Galaxy S20 series, are not included in AnTuTu’s February list, which has not yet been released. The devices are expected to go on sale later this month, and with the realization of AnTuTu tests, they will push the peak in the March list.