AnTuTu recently released its latest Global top 10 best performing Android phones for March 2020. Interestingly, Xiaomi dominated with three of its smartphones on the list.

Despite the emergence of 5G smartphones in the premium line this year, there is still a lack of 5G processors in the market resulting that the ranking is the same as the previous month.

The Redmi Note 8 Pro (6GB+128GB) maintains the top spot with an overall benchmark score of 292,510. This only shows that performance-wise, G90T is still the most powerful in MediaTek’s G series.

The next smartphones on the list also are from Xiaomi. The 8GB+256 variant of Mi Note 10 ranks second with 268,759 points, while Mi 9T (6GB+128GB) is third with 265,231 points.


Meanwhile, Samsung Galaxy A71 (6GB+128G) with a score of 265,041 comes fourth, while the Realme X2 (6GB+64GB) with 265,028 points ranks fifth.

The other devices in are: Mi Note 10 (6GB+128GB) with 264,493 points, the Samsung Galaxy A80 (8GB+128GB) with 250,658 points, Realme Q (8GB+128GB) with 233,869 points, the Realme XT (8GB+128GB) with 232,178 points, and Mi 9 SE (6GB+128GB) with 226,183 points.

The results this month didn’t change that much from the previous ranking. This only shows that there is room for improvement in the midrange segment especially with the entrance of 5G supported devices.

Source: AnTuTu

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