The rating of the most powerful smartphones turned over: past leaders are now behind

Antutu Ratings
Written by Hassan Abbas

Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor is no longer the most productive – the new advanced chipset from Huawei has surpassed it. The company AnTuTu, which owns the popular eponymous benchmark, has published an updated rating of the 10 most productive Android smartphones. The new top 10 turned out to be completely different from what it was in September: the reason for this was the emergence of new smartphones from Huawei with the Kirin 980 proprietary processor. It became the first mobile chipset built on the 7-nanometer process technology.

New items from Huawei took the first positions: Mate 20, Mate 20 Pro and Mate 20 X, respectively. The location of the prize places looks rather strange since the Mate 20 is the simplest model, the version with the Pro prefix is premium, and the Mate 20 X is considered to be a gaming smartphone. Apparently, the OLED display with an amazing pixel density in the Mate 20 Pro and the huge 7.21-inch OLED matrix in the Mate 20 X consume too many resources compared to the standard IPS screen in the usual Mate 20.


ASUS ROG Phone, the leader of the rating from AnTuTu for the last month, in October, was in eighth place. And the updated gaming smartphone from Xiaomi took the fourth position, overtaking its predecessor.

The full October top 10 of the most productive Android smartphones according to AnTuTu is as follows:

  • Huawei Mate 20 – 311,840 points.
  • Huawei Mate 20 Pro – 307 693 points.
  • Huawei Mate 20 X – 303 112 points.
  • Xiaomi Black Shark Helo – 301,757 points.
  • Xiaomi Black Shark – 293,544 points.
  • Meizu 16th – 292 394 points.
  • OnePlus 6 – 292 371 points.
  • ASUS ROG Phone – 291,701 points.
  • Smartisan R1 – 291 102 points.
  • Nubia Z18 – 290 332 points.

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Only smartphones tested in the benchmark at least 1 thousand times get into the monthly ratings from AnTuTu. The Chinese company indicates the average (and not the highest) points of all tests conducted in a particular month.

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Hassan Abbas

Tech enthusiast with too many items on his wish-list and not nearly enough money! Specializing in all things tech, with a slight Apple bent he has been writing for various blogs for the best part of (too many) years

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