AnTuTu has released the top 10 performing flagship phones for June 2020.
AnTuTu ranked the phones by averaging the AnTuTu benchmark v8 results of at least 1,000 phones per model, from May 1 to May 31. If a phone is not included, it may not have met the minimum observation requirement.
Based on AnTuTu’s findings, Qualcomm Snapdragon 865-based devices have taken the top 4 spots, led by the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro with an average score of 590,838 points. The Redmi K30 Pro took the second spot with an average of 586,004 points, followed by the OnePlus 8 Pro, which averaged 581,794 points. Taking 4th place is the non-Pro Xiaomi Mi 10, which scored 574,229 points.
The Exynos 990-based Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G, and Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G saw a huge disparity in performance, with only an average score of 519,975 and 513,184 respectively. Surprisingly, the ROG Phone 2 still managed to stay in the top 7 spot, eight months after its release with an average score of 510,146.
The top 8-10 spots are taken by the Samsung Galaxy S20+ with an average score of 506,204 points, followed by the realme X2 Pro which managed to score 500,573, with the Samsung Galaxy S20 5G not trailing too far behind with a score of 500,503 points.
Do note that the results shown are based on phones tested on May 1 to May 31 only. If there are other high-performing phones such as the non-Pro OnePlus 8, Huawei P40 Pro+, and the OPPO Find X2 Pro not shown on the list, it’s also possible that not enough data were collected.
You can check out AnTuTu’s full report here.