The Xiaomi Mi 9 Explorer Edition dominates AnTuTu’s best-performing Android smartphones chart for March, and we are not surprised. And there had been a noticeable shake-up on the list since the last one.
With a 372,072 score, the Xiaomi Mi 9 Explorer Edition, which is powered by Snapdragon 855, has 8GB/12GB RAM and sports a 48-megapixel triple rear camera beats its own brother, the Xiaomi Mi 9 for the first place.
Aside from Xiaomi’s latest devices, Vivo’s iQOO gaming smartphone made it to the sixth spot. While the Vivo iQOO Monster, which is run by a Snapdragon 855 processor, features up to 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage and boasts a vapor-liquid cooling, lands on the third spot.
It got a score of 365,430, which is higher than Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus that only got 359,987 points, and the fifth-placer, the Galaxy S10, which has a score of 359,217.
It can be seen that Huawei’s devices, which are the Honor V20 and Huawei Mate 20 X lands a place in the list as well. The V20 lands at the ninth place with a score of 306,306, and the Mate 20 X, which falls on the tenth place gets 303174 points.
Interestingly, the ZTE Nubia Red Magic Mars managed to land on the eight place. This gaming smartphone features last-gen’s Snapdragon 845 processor and other features centered for mobile gaming.
As you can see, Chinese-branded handsets dominated last month’s AnTuTu’s top list. And we expect the list for April to be identical as we don’t expect to see any new devices coming out this month.