AnTuTu, the popular smartphone performance benchmark, has just published the ranking of the most powerful smartphones on the market for the past month of July.
The most powerful smartphone is the Oppo Find X2 Pro, with an average score of 613,048, which for another month tops the first position in the ranking. This smartphone has the best hardware: Snapdragon 865, LPDDR5 memory, UFS 3.0 storage, and 3K screen at 120 Hz.
The second position is also in the house of Oppo since it is the Oppo Find X2 with a score of 606,490 points, which replaces the LPDDR5 memory of its older brother with LPDDR4x.
Behind it, in the third position, is the Redmi K30 Pro Zoom with 601,706 points, which also has very powerful hardware.
The fourth position is occupied by the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro , which has dropped a couple of positions with 600,940 points.
In fifth place is iQOO Neo 3 with 596,141 points, which appears for the first time in Top 1.
If we continue reviewing the bottom half of the list, we find the OPPO Ace2 with 595,408 points, the Vivo X50 Pro + with 595,404, the realme X50 Pro 5G with 588,837 points, the Meizu 17 Pro with 587,483 points and the iQOO 3 with 587,087 points.
Like last month, the most striking thing on this list is that the Top 10 is dominated by the same chip: Snapdragon 865.
There is no smartphone with Kirin 990 5G from Huawei or Exynos 990 from Samsung, nor are there still any with Snapdragon 865 Plus.
Another striking aspect is that the Top 10 is dominated by the BBK business conglomerate since all the smartphones on the list belong to this group except for Xiaomi / Redmi and Meizu. It is also striking that all the smartphones on the list are from Chinese manufacturers.