Although it is not the best method to know which mobile is better and which is worse, right now there are many applications of benchmarks that can measure the potential performance of your terminal, and, in this way, compare it with others to see in what position your smartphone is.
AnTuTu Benchmark is one of the best known, but it is true that there are other alternatives such as Geekbench or GFXBench. The first of these options is the best known, and the truth is that it usually takes a compilation, comparing the results of each model. Now, AnTuTu has released its ranking of the most powerful mobile phones of the month of February, and we assure you that you do not wait for the results, let’s see them!
The 10 most powerful mobiles according to AnTuTu
We warn you that, evidently, the first mobile of this list is not the mobile that better experience with Android is going to give us, in fact, We are not going to find Google Pixel in this list of terminals, something that attracts a lot of attention, and that makes us deeply doubt the validity in real terms of these rankings. That said, let’s see the order that AnTuTu offers us:
Yes, it is striking that the most powerful mobile is the Huawei Mate 10, but the truth is that the rest of the list is not far behind, since we found a rather strange list of smartphones, in which neither Google Pixel 2 nor Google Pixel 2 XL are found, which are the best Android phones currently.
And this draws a lot of attention, since the benchmark is based on the measurement of several aspects such as the power of the cores – individually and together -, the RAM memory, the 2D and 3D graphics, the frequency of the cores, the speed of reading and writing in memory, and the duration of the battery.
And the truth is that, although the listed smartphones are very good, not far from the results reflect the experience that we will have with the mobile in the hand and using it on a day-to-day basis, even though they obtain a higher score in AnTuTu.
And, in fact, there are companies as OnePlus that, it has been demonstrated that, in certain benchmarks, they put the processor to work to obtain a better score. Something that is not illegal, much less, but that can help you get an idea of why the results of benchmarks are not so reliable how they want to make us see.
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