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Black Shark 4 Pro tops AnTuTu for the fifth consecutive months!

Another month had gone by and AnTuTu is now back again with the list of top 10 best performing flagship phones for the month of July. This time round, there isn’t much changes to the top 10 list as the majority of them had already appeared in last month’s ranking.

As usual, the data source of this ranking was culminated from AnTuTu Benchmark V9 from July 1st to 31st. 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.

AnTuTu Top 10 Best Performing Flagship Phones for July 2021

For the month of July, the Black Shark 4 Pro continues to retain the top spot for the fifth consecutive month with an impressive score of 854,439 points. The Black Shark 4 Pro, like any other devices in the top 10 list, is powered by the flagship Snapdragon 888 chipset under the hood.

In the memory department, it features 12GB LPDDR5 RAM and 256GB (UFS 3.1 + SSD disk array system). According to AnTuTu, the implementation of the SSD array system allows the Black Shark 4 Pro to deliver blazing-fast read and write operations and hence achieved an admirable MEM’s performance.

Coming to the second position, we have the Nubia Red Magic 6 Pro which dominated the same position for the past three months. Interestingly, the score gap between the Black Shark 4 Pro and Nubia Red Magic 6 Pro continues to widen every month, from 100 points back in May to more than 20,000 points in July.

As for the third to tenth positions, they are dominated by the OnePlus 9 Pro, OPPO Find X3 Pro (Review), Realme GT, OnePlus 9, Vivo X60 Pro+, iQOO 7, Meizu 18, as well as the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra.

For the month of July, we might be able to see some movements and changes to the list of top 10 devices due to the recent launch of Huawei P50 series, as well as the upcoming Honor Magic 3 series which are expected to deliver some unparalleled performance for their users.

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