AnTuTu has just lifted the veil on the top 10 most powerful Android smartphones of December 2020. Last month, the Xiaomi Mi 11 took the top spot in the high-end ranking. For its part, the top of the mid-range phones is once again dominated by the Redmi 10X 5G.
This Tuesday, January 5, 2020, the benchmarking tool AnTutu published the list of the best performing Android smartphones for the month of December. As always, the Chinese platform unveils two rankings : a top for premium-oriented devices and a selection of mid-range terminals. As a reminder, AnTuTu only lists smartphones sold in the Chinese market.
Top 10 most powerful high-end
At the top of the top 10 high-end smartphones, we find the Mi 11, Xiaomi’s latest flagship. Announced at the end of December, it is the first phone to be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 888 SoC. Engraved in 5nm, the chipset will be found on many Android terminals expected this year. Within the Mi 11, the SoC is supported by 12 GB of RAM.
In second place, we find the Mate 40 Pro + from Huawei. The latest high-end flagship of the Chinese brand, former number of the top AnTuTu, is powered by the SoC Kirin 9000 (another chipset engraved in 5 nm). It is followed by the standard Mate 40 Pro. In fourth place we find the Mi 10 Ultra from Xiaomi. The smartphone, like most devices in the ranking, is equipped with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SoC. Engraved in 7 nm, it is the former flagship chipset of the American founder.
The ranking of mid-range smartphones
The December top 10 of mid-range smartphones is very similar to that of November 2020. At the top, we discover the Redmi 10X 5G from Xiaomi, a phone powered by the Dimensity 820 from Mediatek. The second place is occupied by the Nova 7 Pro from Huawei with a Kirin 985 chip.
Moreover, we will note the entry on the scene of the Redmi Note 9 Pro, another 5G smartphone from Xiaomi. Thanks to its Snapdragon 750G chipset, it climbs to 8th place. What do you think of the top published by AnTuTu for the month of December? We await your opinion in the comments below.