AnTuTu has released the top 10 best performing flagship phones for April 2020.
Compared to March’s result, April has included Snapdragon 865-based devices. Like other AnTuTu top 10s, their results are based on the average of more than 1,000 devices per model, collected between April 1 to April 30. All data are based on AnTuTu Benchmark V8.
For April 2020, Xiaomi’s Mi 10 Pro (8GB+256GB) took the number 1 spot scoring an average of 593,769 points. Following closely are the OnePlus 8 Pro (12GB+256GB) and the vanilla Mi 10 (8GB+128GB) which scored 582,697 and 580,027 points respectively. Surprisingly, the Samsung phones that showed up this month, the S20 Ultra 5G and S20+ 5G, are the Exynos 990 variants, scoring 519,713 and 518,494 points, respectively.
The ROG Phone 2 dropped down to the number 6 spot this month, scoring an average of 509,060 points. The Samsung S20+ and S20 5G with the Exynos 990 chipset took the 7th and 8th place, averaging 505,071 and 503,324 points. Taking the 9th and 10th place are OnePlus 7T and 7T Pro, both of which come with the Snapdragon 855+ chipset. They scored 496,700 and 496,211 points, respectively.
Do take note that this month didn’t include the Snapdragon 865-based S20 devices, which dominated last month’s top 10. Additionally, the Huawei P40-series smartphones are yet to show up on the rankings. If you want to read AnTuTu’s full report, you may check it out here.