The AnTuTu benchmark moved to a new version, in which a new GPU subtest appeared, the processor benchmarks were redesigned, and the memory and storage tests were also changed.
And now a fresh rating of devices appeared at the end of May, already using AnTuTu v9.
As you can see, the results have changed slightly, but the leaders in general have remained approximately the same. All the top ten fastest smartphones are still based on the latest SoC Snapdragon 888. In the top three we have two gaming smartphones (Black Shark 4 Pro and Red Magic 6 Pro), as well as OnePlus 9 Pro. Also on the list is the highly affordable Realme GT.
There is no such monotony among mid-budget smartphones. There are seven platforms from three manufacturers in the top ten at once, and there are not the most recent ones. But Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite 5G proved to be the best on the fresh SoC Snapdragon 780G, which turns out to be significantly faster than all competitors.