Well-known benchmarking software AnTuTu just unveiled a list of best-performing midrange and flagship global phones for March 2022.
Now that we have almost all the flagship phones we expect to see for the first half of the year, we kind of predicted the contenders on this list.
Being one of the most powerful chips in the market today, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 allowed 7 devices from different brands to enter the list. It is headed by the Xiaomi 12 Pro, Motorola Edge 30 Pro, and Realme GT 2 Pro.
Samsung’s Exynos 2200 also managed to put three Galaxies on the list. However, it’s obvious that Qualcomm’s chip is still more powerful. As you can see, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 Galaxy S22 Ultra 5G beats the Exynos 2200 variant.
We didn’t see any of MediaTek’s bets on the flagship list, but they made it to the best-performing midrange list — at least two of them.
There’s the Reame 9 Pro Plus with its Dimensity 920 chip on number 5 and the Reno 6 5G on number 9.
Samsung’s Exynos 1200 only managed to put one device on the list. That’s the Galaxy A53 5G barely making it at #10.
The South Korean firm’s move to go with Qualcomm chips sure is a great idea as the Snapdragon 778G CPU managed to put the Galaxy A52s 5G and M52 5G in the sixth and seventh spots, respectively.
Still, Qualcomm dominates with the Snapdragon 778G powering the first and second devices and three other devices on the list. We also have one Snapdragon 780G and Snapdragon 695-powered device on the ranking.