The developers of the popular mobile benchmark AnTuTu have prepared fresh ratings of the most productive Android smartphones in November. New leaders have emerged in the premium and mid-budget segment of devices.
In the senior segment of Android smartphones, the Huawei Mate 40 Pro + model based on the HiSilicon Kirin 9000 5G processor took the top line of the ranking by the end of November. According to AnTuTu, the device averaged 698,654 points. He is followed by his younger brother Mate 40 Pro with 684,069 points on the same chipset. Last month, the first place in the rating was occupied by the younger model.
The Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra, which ranked sixth on the list in October, climbed to third place in the November ranking with 671,045 points. As a result, the Vivo iQOO 5 (664,250 points) and iQOO 5 Pro (664,238 points) moved to the fourth and fifth places, respectively.
The remaining five positions were taken by: Redmi K30S Ultra (664 119 points), Vivo X50 Pro + (662 524 points), Vivo iQOO Neo 3 (644 449 points), ASUS ROG Phone 3 (638 842 points), and Lenovo Legion Phone Duel with 626 885 points. The Xiaomi Black Shark 3S and OPPO Find X2 Pro models dropped out of the rating.
As for the middle segment, the most productive Android smartphone in November was the Redmi 10X 5G based on the MediaTek Dimensity 820 chipset, which scored 404,089 points and took the palm, which is noteworthy for the older model Redmi 10X Pro 5G (398,227 points) based on the same chipset. Now the latter takes only the third position in the ranking. The second place was taken by the Huawei nova 7 Pro with a score of 401,091 points. In fourth place is its younger brother Huawei nova 7 with 395,879 points. The top five is closed by the Honor 30 with a score of 388,751 points.
The rest of the five most productive mid-range smartphones, according to AnTuTu, remained practically without changes. However, the tenth place was taken by the newcomer Realme Q2 Pro 5G (338,516 points). Places from sixth to ninth in the ranking were taken by: Honor X10 (363,363 points), Honor 30S (353,169 points), Huawei nova 7 SE (351,638 points), and Redmi K30 5G Racing / Extreme Edition with 350,048 points.
It is very likely that by the end of December, the ratings of the most productive Android smartphones will not change much. In the first quarter of 2021, significant changes can be expected when new smartphones based on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset go on sale.