AnTuTu has published a list of the most powerful smartphones that are equipped with more modest chips, along with the performance rankings of the flagships. The leaderboard has changed here too.
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At the end of April, the ROG Phone 7 Pro and Redmi Note 12 Turbo were leading the way in their respective categories. A month later, both smartphones have dropped down in the rankings. But while the ASUS flagship dropped out of the top 10, the Xiaomi model lost only one position.
The new leader is now the realme GT Neo 5 SE with 980,078 points. It beat the silver medalist by more than 17,000 points. Both feature the Snapdragon 7+ Gen 2 processor. Rounding out the top three was the vivo S16 Pro powered by the Dimensity 8200, scoring 864,570 points.
All the smartphones in the top 10 conquered the 800,000 point mark. The worst of the best was the Redmi K50. The OnePlus Ace and realme GT Neo 3 were slightly luckier. Placed between the top and bottom three were the iQOO Neo 7 SE, Redmi K60E, another OnePlus Ace and OPPO Reno 9 Pro 5G.