AnTuTu recently published the list of the 10 most powerful high-end global smartphones, as well as the same list for mid-range smartphones.
Now AnTuTu has published a new page on its website that does not show a ranking of smartphones but of processors. Specifically, it offers a visual representation of the performance of various chipsets used in Android phones – Apple chips have not been included in the ranking.
The page shows a rocket taking off, and the closer a chip is to the rocket, the faster it is supposed to be. Currently, to no one’s surprise, the top spot is taken by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865.
The distance between the chips represents the relative difference in performance, allowing us to see, for example, the difference between the performance of Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865 and Samsung’s Exynos 990 . On the other hand, MediaTek’s recently announced Dimensional 1000+ is pretty close to its more expensive rivals.
The results of this image have NOT been calculated based on the total AnTuTu score, as this test not only measures the performance of the processor but also other components that could alter the results.
Instead, only the performance of the CPU and GPU has been considered to achieve a value that is truly representative of the true power of each chip. For more accurate results, the scores of all phones that use a particular chip are taken into account.