AnTuTu, which regularly announces smartphones with the highest average score on its platform every month, finally announced the most powerful Android smartphones of September.
Although it does not exactly reflect the real user experience, synthetic performance test results are one of the first things that those who want to buy a “powerful” smartphone look at. Aware of this, AnTuTu regularly publishes the “most powerful Android smartphones” list every month, including the smartphones that were released the previous month.
The latest “most powerful Android smartphones” list published by AnTuTu includes smartphones that were released on or before September 1-30. The “launched” detail here is important because if a smartphone is introduced on the specified dates but has not been released, it is not taken into consideration for AnTuTu.
According to AnTuTu data, Vivo iQOO 5 Pro achieves an average of 663,752 points with its 12 GB RAM + 256 GB storage version and is the most powerful smartphone of September. Its brother iQOO 5, on the other hand, with the same memory option, gets an average score of 662,165 and finds itself in the second place of the list.
According to AnTuTu, the third most powerful smartphone of September was the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra, which achieved an average of 648,624 points with its 16 GB RAM + 512 GB storage version. The fourth in the list is Vivo X50 Pro +, which is also a Vivo model. The X50 Pro + has an average score of 626,500 with its 12 GB RAM + 256 GB storage version.
September’s most powerful Android smartphones according to AnTuTu
Vivo IQOO 5 Pro (12 GB + 256 GB) – 663,752 points
Vivo IQOO 5 (12 GB + 256 GB) – 662,165 points
Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra (16GB + 256GB) – 648,624 points
Vivo X50 Pro + (12GB + 256GB) – 626,500 points
Lenovo Legion Pro (12GB + 256GB) – 625,721 points
Asus ROG Phone 3 (12 GB + 128 GB) – 622,234 points
Nubia Red Magic 3s (12 GB + 256 GB) – 617,111 points
OPPO Find X2 Pro (12 GB + 256 GB) – 609,791 points
OPPO Find X2 (8GB + 256GB) – 603,740 points
Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro (12GB + 512GB) – 602,584 points
Not content with listing only the most powerful Android phones, AnTuTu also revealed the best smartphones in the middle segment. Redmi 10X Pro and Redmi 10X 5G, powered by Dimensity 820 processors, were at the top of AnTuTu in the middle segment. Honor 30, Huawei Nova 7 and Huawei Nova 7 Pro, powered by Kirin 985, were the models that appeared in the continuation of the list.
September’s most powerful mid-range Android smartphones, according to AnTuTu
Redmi 10X Pro (8GB + 128GB) – 397,963 points
Redmi 10X 5G (6GB + 128GB) – 392,236 points
Honor 30 (8GB + 128GB) – 385.312 points
Huawei Nova 7 (8GB + 128GB) – 382,862 points
Huawei Nova 7 Pro (8GB + 128GB) – 381,757 points
Honor X10 (6GB + 128GB) – 361,460 points
Honor 30s (8GB + 128GB) – 355.403 points
Huawei Nova 7 SE (8GB + 128GB) – 351,074 points
Redmi K30 5G Extreme (6GB + 128GB) – 349,297 points
OPPO Reno4 5G (8GB + 128GB) – 338,961 points