Best Android Smartphones by AnTuTu – Antutu Benchmark Ranking List

Every year, we see incredible improvement in the overall performance of smartphones. There was a time when the yearly update didn’t result in a huge improvement. But from the past few years, we have seen an incredible improvement. Right now, phones have 7nm processors that are powerful as well as power efficient.

One of the best ways to know how well the processor performs is by benchmarking it on various platforms like AnTuTu, Geekbench, etc. AnTuTu Benchmark is probably the best benchmarking platform for smartphones and here is the updated list of the Best Android Smartphones by AnTuTu benchmark. AnTuTu updates this list every month and includes the newer and more powerful phones, and so do we.

So, make sure to keep an eye on this post to get updates.



There are now so many phones in the market with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chip so it isn’t a surprise that most of the best performing Android phones in the list are powered by Snapdragon 865. In fact, out of the 10 phones in the list, 8 are powered by Snapdragon 865. This list is for June so we will soon see Snapdragon 865+ powered phones ranking on top.


Here are the best flagships on AnTuTu Benchmark as of June 2020 –

  1. Oppo Find X2 Pro – 609,045
  2. OnePlus 8 Pro – 597,053
  3. Redmi K30 Pro – 587,493
  4. Mi 10 Pro – 584,652
  5. iQOO 3 – 580,530
  6. OnePlus 8 – 576,086
  7. Poco F2 Pro – 572,967
  8. Mi 10 – 568,646
  9. Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G – 516,823
  10. Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G – 514,929


Talking about the mid-range phones now, once again this list includes only those smartphones that launched globally and not just in China or any particular market. Here is the list –

  1. Redmi K30 5G – 317,019
  2. Huawei Nova 7i – 308,545
  3. Redmi Note 8 Pro – 292,125
  4. Realme 6 – 290,397
  5. Realme 6 Pro – 284,126
  6. Redmi Note 9 Pro – 279,110
  7. Redmi Note 9S – 277,531
  8. Mi Note 10 Pro – 274,955
  9. Oppo Reno 2 – 273,052
  10. Mi Note 10 Lite – 271,855

So, what are your opinions? We all know that a higher benchmark score doesn’t always mean that the phone is a better performer as compared to a device with a lower score. Do let us know your views about the scores in the comments section.


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