There are ten smartphones on the market that should be at the top of your list of candidates if you are looking to have as much power as possible in your hands. This is indicated by the famous AnTuTu performance benchmark that has just published the world’s most powerful phone ranking, based on data collected during November.
And while these tests are not representative of the actual performance of a device, they can serve as a reference when evaluating the work done by manufacturers. It measures Cpu, GPU, memory, and storage performance, also takes into account the fluidity with which the interface moves, so smartphones with displays with a high refresh rate (90 Hz or more) get a better score.
In this sense, the first place in the list of most powerful Android smartphones in the world is occupied by the Huawei Mate 40 Pro+. Thanks to its new Kirin 9000 processor,12GB of RAM, and 256GB of internal storage, you get a score of 698,654. In the second place, we have the Mate 40 Pro that has the same processor and storage but only has 8GB of RAM, which makes its score 684069.
The sub-data shows that the CPU scores of the Mate 40 Pro+ and Pro are basically the same, approximately 180,000. The main difference lies in the GPU part, as the Pro+ exceeds 300,000 while the Pro version stays at 280,000 points.
The third place is occupied by the Xiaomi Mi 10 Extreme Commemorative Edition, which reaches a score of 671,045 points with a configuration of Snapdragon 865, 16GB of RAM, and 512GB of UFS 3.1 storage.
The smartphones that occupy the fourth and fifth place are two models of the Chinese brand iQOO, the iQOO 5 and the iQOO 5 Pro, with average scores of 664,250 and 554,238 points, respectively. Both are equipped with a Snapdragon 865 processor, 12GB RAM, and 256GB of storage.
The list of the world’s most powerful smartphones is completed by Redmi K30S Extreme Edition (664,119 points), X50 Pro+ (662,524 points), iQOO Neo 3 (644,449 points), ROG Phone 3 (630,765 points), and Lenovo Rescue Gaming Phone Pro (625,394 points).