Qualcomm's Snapdragon 865 is the most powerful smartphone processor in the Android landscape. The ranking drawn up by AnTuTu for the month of April, in fact, sees the SoC of the San Diego manufacturer occupy all the positions. Not only that, there are the Chinese brands that are dominating the world scene, such as OPPO, Xiaomi and Realme.
The first position is occupied by OPPO's new Find X2 Pro in the 12/256 Gigabyte configuration. A configuration that allowed the top-of-the-range smartphone of the Chinese giant to score 607.147 points in the benchmarks, putting behind it the younger brother (Find X2) with 602.191 points. Mi 10 Pro (599.859) gives up the third position last month at the new IQOO Neo 3 which with 600.893 points closes the podium.
The ranking then sees in fifth position OPPO Ace2 (594.678) followed by Redmi K30 Pro (594.328), IQOO 3 (587.510) and Realme X50 Pro 5G (587.386), smartphone that will debut on our market in the coming days. Vivo Nex 10S 3G and Black Shark 5 Pro close the top 3.
As already mentioned, all the smartphones on the list are based on Qualcomm's Snapdragon 865. The different results, therefore, depend on some details such as the memory cuts and / or the solutions developed by the various manufacturers for the management of the device overheating. Either way, there is no doubt: Qualcomm dominates the market!
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