Besides publishing the list of top 10 best performing mid-rangers for the month of February, AnTuTu had also released the ranking of top 10 best performing flagship devices as well.
As usual, the data source of this ranking was culminated from AnTuTu Benchmark V8 from February 1st to 29th. It’s worth noting that the average score was calculated from more than 1,000 devices, and may continue to change as more devices are being benchmarked.
For the month of February, the top 3 positions were all dominated by flagship devices running on Snapdragon 855+ SoC. The ASUS ROG Phone 2 retains it’s top position with an average score of 507,284 points. It has a top-tier memory configuration consisting of 12GB RAM and 512GB onboard storage space.
The second to fifth positions also remain unchanged, and will continue to be held by the OnePlus 7T, Realme X2 Pro, OnePlus 7 Pro, as well as OnePlus 7. No doubt, OnePlus is the biggest winner in the top 5 positions.
At the sixth position, although it’s still being dominated by the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+, but it’s now replaced the Exynos 9825 variant instead of the Snapdragon 855 model. Finally, the seventh to tenth positions were held by the Redmi K20 Pro, Samsung Galaxy Note 10, Xiaomi Mi 9 and Mi 9T Pro.
According to AnTuTu, the company do have data for the newly announced Samsung Galaxy S20 flagship series, but it was omitted from February’s ranking as the amount of data as deemed insufficient at current stage.
For the month of March, there should be a major shakeup in the current ranking due to the sheer number of flagship devices launched recently. Other than the Galaxy S20 flagship series, we do expect the Realme X50 Pro, iQOO 3 5G, Black Shark 3 Pro, OPPO Find X2 Pro to take one of the top 10 positions.