The popular benchmark AnTuTu has published a smartphone performance rating for September. The main thing to learn from it is that the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 is not invincible. ASUS ROG Phone 6D Ultimate proved this in its Chinese incarnation, built on MediaTek Dimensity 9000+: albeit by a small margin, but it was he who was at the top of the rating in September. OnePlus Ace Pro (aka OnePlus 10T) breathes in his back, and IQOO 10 Pro closes the top three. Both of these devices, like the other seven in the top 10 (!), are based on Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1. Let’s highlight Xiaomi Mix Fold 2 among them – foldable devices rarely make it to this chart.
Let’s also pay attention to the fact that the 512-GB versions of the flagships are gradually taking over the market: six representatives of the top ten in September have a 12/512 GB configuration, two more (including the leader) – 16/512 GB, and only two (Red Magic 7S Pro and Lenovo Legion Y70) have the more familiar 12/256 GB. By tradition, we remind you that it is in determining trends that AnTuTu has value, and performance is determined in real tests.
© Artur Luchkin. mobile phone
According to AnTuTu