Since the past few months, AnTuTu’s list of top 10 best functionality Android smartphones have been led by Sd 845 powered phones. The list for the September month was completely populated by SD845 phones. Today, the benchmarking platform has unveiled the list of top 10 best overall performance Android telephones for October month. The top three positions on the list have been taken above by Kirin 980 chipset powered Mate 20, Mate 20 Pro and Mate 20 X phones.
As it could be seen in the below image, the initial position is held by Huawei Mate 20 telephone that has recorded 311,840 common benchmarking score. The second position goes to Mate 20 Pro that has raked in 307,693 facts. The Mate 20 X is sitting on the third position with a score of 303,112.
Another new smartphone that has shown on AnTuTu’s list is the all fresh Xiaomi Black Shark Helo smartphone that has reached 301,757 mark on the benchmarking platform. The original Xiaomi Black Shark telephone is sitting on the fifth position with 293,544 benchmarking score.
The Meizu 16th phone that was reported in August is on the sixth spot with a score of 293,554. The seventh position goes to OnePlus 6 that has salvaged a benchmarking score of 292,371. The ASUS ROG Smartphone (291,701) Smartisan R1 (291,102) and Nubia Z18 (290,332) are the remaining smartphones that are present on the list of top 10 best overall performance Android phones for October.
AnTuTu has mentioned that the aforementioned facts for each smartphone are not the highest benchmarking score, but an ordinary of their scores. Smartphones this sort of as Xiaomi Mi MIX 3, OnePlus 6T and Honor Magic 2 that were noted at the end of the previous month haven’t made it the October list by AnTuTu. Those telephones are coming to rank effectively in AnTuTu’s top 10 perfect performance Android phones list in November that will be launched in the coming. As far as October’s benchmarking scores are concentered, the fresh list is a crystal clear evidence that the Kirin 980 powered smartphones have outperformed SD845 driven phones.