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AnTuTu February 2021: Galaxy S21 Ultra scores too low for a Snapdragon 888 device


AnTuTu has published its report on best-performing smartphones for the month of February 2021. For the first time in a while, the lists have changed dramatically, thanks to the launch of various new models. Let’s take a look at which phones have made it to the charts.

AnTuTu Benchmark Best Performing Smartphones February 2021 Featured

Talking about the flagship smartphones first, the iQOO 7 maintains its lead with 726,939 points. However, the Mi 11 slips to fourth with 712,366 points. Because the second and third spots are now acquired by newcomers vivo X60 Pro+ (726,925 points) and Redmi K40 Pro (718,434 points) respectively.

Further, the iQOO 5 Pro, vivo X50 Pro+, and Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra are no longer on the list. Places from fifth to tenth are now occupied by HUAWEI Mate40 Pro (683,919 points), Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G (679,152 points), Redmi K40 (668,471 points), OPPO Reno5 Pro+ 5G (667,456 points), Redmi K30S Ultra (666,043 points), and iQOO 5 (661,609 points).

From the list, we can note that the first four positions are captured by smartphones powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 888. Also, interestingly, the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G with the same SoC scores way lower than the others.


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AnTuTu Benchmark Best Performing Flagship Smartphones February 2021

AnTuTu Benchmark Best Performing Mid-Range Smartphones February 2021

Coming to the chart for mid-range smartphones, Redmi 10X 5G and Redmi 10X Pro 5G still lead the list with 404,346 points and 398,570 points respectively. The third-place now belongs to the newcomer vivo S7t (395,082 points) and therefore, HUAWEI nova 7 Pro (392,093 points) and HUAWEI nova 7 (391,542 points) are pushed down to fourth and fifth positions respectively.

The sixth and eighth places are by other newcomers – HUAWEI nova 8 Pro (390,039 points) and HUAWEI nova 8 (388,568 points). Lastly, HONOR

30 (389,107 points), HONOR X10 (362,664 points), and HONOR 30S (355,028 points) came seventh, ninth, and tenth respectively.

What are your thoughts on the AnTuTu Benchmark scores of the leading smartphones mentioned above? Which phones do you think will enter the charts in the next month’s report? Do let us know in the comment section below.



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