- Tram Ho
Antutu Benchmark, a mobile performance benchmarking platform, recently released its list of the most powerful and mid-range smartphone devices in November. Both rankings bring surprises for users.
Specifically, with the ranking of the top 10 most powerful high-end smartphones last month, they still see the appearance of the ROG Phone II topping the list with a score of 496,662 points, followed immediately by OnePlus 7T and 7T Pro has a "close" score of 482,881 and 482,532, respectively. Of all 10 smartphones on the list, up to 8/10 are from Chinese brands.
Top 10 high-end smartphones with the most powerful performance
The remarkable point in this ranking is that Realme was first in the top 10 with the 4th place is the Realme X2 Pro. This is a high-end smartphone running Snapdragon 855+ chip Realme, OPPO's sub-brand launched in October.
Coming in at number 9 and 10th place are the Galaxy Note10 + and Note10 + 5G.
Next is the ranking of the top 10 mid-range smartphones with the most powerful performance in the segment. Unsurprisingly, the Redmi Note 8 Pro continues to hold the No. 1 spot with the new Helio G90T chip and scores 28,092 points. In the second place immediately after is the OPPO Reno2 with Snapdragon 730G chip with a score of 260,650 points.
Top 10 mid-range smartphones with the most powerful performance
The next surprise in this ranking is the appearance of Vsmart Live. With Snapdragon 675 chip, 6GB RAM and 64GB ROM, along with a score of 206,778 points, Vsmart Live automatically takes the 10th position in the list of the most powerful mid-range devices, just behind the Redmi Note 7 Pro version 128GB only, even beat Realme 3 Pro with a more powerful Snapdragon 710 chip out of the rankings.
Vsmart Live in November has become one of the new technological phenomena in Vietnam market when Vsmart decided to lower the price of this smartphone to only half compared to the initial listing price when it was first launched. August. The new price makes this Vietnamese brand smartphone become the most valuable product in the price segment, competing directly with manufacturers from China.
Readers can follow our detailed review of the Vsmart Live here.
Source : Trí Thức Trẻ