One of the best known, popular and reliable benchmarks in the entire Android world is, without a doubt, AnTuTu. And, together with GeekBench and others, this is always presented as a reliable benchmark which we take as a reference and support point, since it provides us with relevant information when it comes to knowing how powerful, fast and efficient a mobile phone is. , whatever it is.
As usual, AnTuTu usually makes a monthly report or, rather, a list of the most powerful terminals on the market, month by month. Therefore, in this new opportunity we show you the one corresponding to the month of November, which is the last one brought to light by the benchmark. Let's see!
This list was recently revealed and, as we highlight, belongs to last November, so AnTuTu could turn this into the next ranking of this month, which we will see in January 2020. Next, these are the most powerful smartphones today, according to the testing platform:
As it can be detailed in the list that we have attached above, the high-end Asus ROG Phone 2 and OnePlus 7T are first, with 496,662 and 482,881 points, respectively, and a numerical difference between them not exceptionally large, as can be evidenced.
The third, fourth and fifth place is occupied by the OnePlus 7T Pro, Realme X2 Pro and OnePlus 7 Pro, with 482,532, 476,185 and 465,246 points, respectively, in order to close the first five places on the AnTuTu list.
The 10 most powerful smartphones of October 2019, according to AnTuTu
Finally, the second half of the table is made up of the OnePlus 7 (467,415), Redmi K20 Pro Premium Edition (466,373), Asus ZenFone 6 (464,354), Samsung Galaxy Note 10 with Snapdragon 855 (459,982) and Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus with Exynos 9825 (443,858), in the same order, from sixth to tenth place.
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