The most productive low-cost Android smartphones around the world. The Honor 30 Phenomenon Continues
The AnTuTu benchmark team has published a new ranking of mid-range Android smartphones in the international market for February 2021. It differs markedly from the similar AnTuTu ranking for China.
For a month, there have been no revolutionary changes in the ranking, the AnTuTu team explains this by the lack of releases of new smartphones or processors. Nevertheless, an interesting phenomenon in the ranking is observed – the Honor 30 is definitely going to a record. The Kirin 985-based smartphone with 404 202 points has been ranked first for five consecutive months.
The second place is kept by Huawei Nova 7 with Kirin 985 with 400,507 points, and the third is Redmi 10X 5G based on MediaTek Dimensity 820 with 394,315 points.
Then there are Realme 7 5G (331 259), Xiaomi Mi 10T Lite 5G (330 316) Redmi K30 5G (324 060), Huawei nova 7i (312 098), Realme 7 (297 672), Redmi Note 8 Pro (293.364) and Realme 6 (290,194). If in January Mi 10i and Mi 10 Lite 5G were present in the ranking, now they are superseded by Realme 7 5G and Realme 6.
The data was collected from February 1 to February 28, 2021. The table shows the average, not the highest results. For each model, the results of at least 1000 tests were used, and smartphones with fewer tests are not included in the rating.