Global Top 10 Best Performance Smartphones, October 2017
In the past October, many new models emerged on the mobilemarket. How Antutu performance ranking results have changed with the emergenceof these new models? After gathering and combing data for 31 days, today Antutureveals our benchmark results for the global 10 best performance smartphones ofOctober. Come and check with us.
1.Score: average scores, not the highest scores (the actualrunning results may fluctuate, which is a normal phenomenon).
2.Period of data statistics: October 1, 2017 to October31, 2017.
3.Data amount: at least 1000 data samples for a singlemodel.
4.Data source: Antutu Benchmark V6.
As usual, we have the overall performance ranking list asmeasured by the average Antutu score, which included both Android smartphonesand iOS smartphones as well as separate lists based on different operating systems.First let’s have a look at the overall performance ranking list.
In October, iPhone 8 Plus continued to lead the overallranking list for the second consecutive month with an average Antutu scoreof as high as 217,385, followed closely by iPhone 8 with an average Antutuscore of 212175. OnePlus 5 remained the third spot with an average Antutu scoreof over 180,000.
Like iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone 8, iPhone X also features Apple'snew A11 Bionic CPU, but as iPhone X has just started shipping on November 3, thenumber of iPhone X scores reported to Antutu database didn’t reach our statisticalstandard, therefore it is not present on the above list.
With regard to the iOS list, the 12.9-inchiPad Pro entering the top 10, the 10.5-inch iPad Pro took a back seat, rankingat No.2.
As two A10X powered iOS devices, both the 12.9-inch and 10.5-inchiPad Pro have an average Antutu score of over 230,000. iPhone 8 Plus onlyranked third on the iOS list.
For Android list, OnePlus 5 again topped the list with anaverage Antutu score of 181,047, followed by Samsung Galaxy Note 8 (N950F) and HTCU11 that gained average Antutu scores of 178,079 and 177,501 respectively.
In particular, both the Exnynos 8895 powered Samsung GalaxyNote 8 (N950F) and Snapdragon 835 powered Samsung Galaxy Note 8 (N950U） ranked among the top 10 on the Android list with slightperformance gap.
In general, Apple A10X and A11X powered devices undoubtedly leadAntutu rankings with outstanding performance. Apple iPhone X and OnePlus 5T areexpected to break into the top 10 in November ranking.
The above data reflects the changes of smartphoneperformance for October 2017. For more information about the ranking list,please visit Antutu official website or download AnTuTu Benchmark and check inthe menu of “Ranking”.