Antutu has released the top 10 best performing flagship phones for December 2019.
Antutu ranks phones by averaging the Antutu benchmark V8 results of at least 1,000 phones per model between December 1 to December 31, 2019. Hence, if a phone is not included, it’s possible that it did not meet the minimum observation requirement.
As per Antutu’s research, the ROG Phone 2 (12GB+512GB) still holds the number 1 spot, which averaged a score of 506,832. Coming in second is OnePlus’ 7T (8GB+256GB), which scored an average of 493,298 points, with the OnePlus 7T Pro following closely behind at 491,914 points. The rest of the phones in the top ten are the Realme X2 Pro (12GB+256GB), OnePlus 7 Pro (8GB+256GB), OnePlus 7 (8GB+256GB), Redmi K20 Pro Premium Edition (12GB+256GB), Samsung Note10+ (12GB+256GB, Exynos 9825 variant), Redmi K20 Pro (8GB+256GB), and lastly the Samsung Note 10 (8GB+256GB, Exynos 9825 variant).
Comparing December’s top 10 with last month’s results, the top 7 remained the same, although the ASUS ZenFone 6 2019 and Samsung Note10+ (SDM855 variant) were dropped in place for the Redmi K20 Pro and Samsung Note 10 (Exynos 9825). In the coming month(s), as phones equipped with the latest 5G capable Snapdragon 865 and MediaTek Dimensity 1,000 chipsets launch, Antutu expects new phones to dominate their top ten. If you want to read Antutu’s full report, you may check it out here.