AnTuTu Releases Top 10 Flagship Phones for March 2020
AnTuTu has released the top 10 best performing flagship phones for March 2020.
As usual, Antutu ranks phones by averaging the Antutu benchmark V8 results of at least 1,000 phones per model. Only results from March 1 to March 31, 2020, were considered. Hence, if a phone is not included, it’s possible that it did not meet the minimum observation requirement.
Based on AnTuTu’s results, Samsung took the six out of ten spots with the Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G (Snapdragon 865 variant), taking the number 1 spot, scoring an average of 562,262 points. This is followed closely by the Galaxy S20+ (Snapdragon 865 variant), and the Galaxy S20 Ultra (Exynos 990 variant), which scored 549,904 and 519,297, respectively. Samsung again took the number 4 spot with the Galaxy S20+ (Exynos 990 variant), bumping last year’s best performing ROG Phone 2 down to the number 5 spot.
The sixth and seventh spot was taken by the Galaxy S20 and S20+, respectively, with a close average score of 502,688 and 502,264 points, respectively. The last three spots were taken by last year’s top 2 to 4, namely the OnePlus 7T, Realme X2 Pro, and OnePlus 7 Pro, which scored 495917, 484,902, and 478644 points respectively.
Do note that the results shown were based on phones tested from March 1 to 31 only. Recent phone releases such as the OPPO Find X2 Pro, Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro, and Huawei P40 Pro are yet to reach international markets. Additionally, gaming phones such as the Black Shark 3 and Nubia Red Magic 5G have been shown to reach scores over 600,000. If you want to read Antutu’s full report, you may check it out here.