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AnTuTu best-performing midrange and flagship smartphones list for April 2020 released

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A bunch of new flagships and midrange smartphones just came out in the last few months. But are you curious to know which of them is the most powerful? AnTuTu, a popular benchmark app, has the answer.

So, let’s start with the AnTuTu global top 10 best-performing flagship phones for April 2020.

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From what it looks like, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 still dominates as it was able to put three devices on this list. There’s the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro 8GB/256GB (593,769) at the top spot, followed by the OnePlus 8 Pro 12GB/256GB (582,697) and the Mi 10 8GB/128GB (580,027).

They are followed by Samsung flagships that are powered by the in-house Exynos 990. We have the Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G 12GB/128GB (519,713) and S20 Plus 5G 12GB/128GB (518,494) at the fourth and fifth spots. We also have the Galaxy S20 Plus 4G 8GB/128GB (505,071) and Galaxy S20 5G 8GB/128GB (503,324) at the seventh and eight-seat.

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In the middle of the Galaxy device is the ASUS ROG Phone 2 12GB/512GB (509,060), taking the sixth seat with its Snapdragon 855 Plus. We have the OnePlus 7T 8GB/256GB (496,700) at the ninth seat and surprisingly, its bigger brother, the OnePlus 7T Pro 8Gb/256GB (492,211), got a lower score at the tenth spot.

On the other hand, the AnTuTu top 10 best-performing midrange phones for April 2020 changed dramatically from last month’s list.

After months, the Redmi Note 8 Pro 8GB/128GB (291,742) has been dethroned. It’s now on the second spot, next to the new number one — the Huawei Nova 7i 6GB/128GB (308,853), thanks to its Kirin 810 processor.

However, it appears that the Helio G90T is still more powerful than the newly released Snapdragon 720G. Which is why, ironically, the Realme 6 (291,093) with an older G90T processor was able to beat its bigger brother, the Realme 6 Pro 8GB/128GB (282,519).

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Next to it is the Redmi Note 9S 6GB/128GB (277,954), which uses the same Snapdragon 720G processor.

The phones on the sixth up to the tenth spot are all powered by the Snapdragon 730G processor. On the right order, we have the Realme X2 6GB/64GB (270,995), Xiaomi Mi 9T 6GB/128GB (265,032), Samsung Galaxy A80 8GB/128GB (264,952), Galaxy A71 6GB/128GB (264,860), and lastly, the Mi Note 10 6GB/128GB (263,965).

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