It gonna be interesting to watch, which phones will finally lead the global rank at the end of the year 2020. Because we are awaiting some new phones which should be presented during the last days of the year.
In many media, the most mentions phones are Xiaomi Mi 11 and Redmi K40. In both case is expected, that they will power by Snapdragon 888, the most powerful mobile processor in word, which was introduced by Qualcomm during Tech Summit 2020 at the start of the December.
By the way, the new processor is about 30% much powerful than Snapdragon 865+, which was for a long time the most powerful processor of this year.
In any case, the end of the year will undoubtedly very interesting because of Xiaomi. Also is important to mention, that there can be some other mobile maker who will surprise the technology public with a different one powerful device.
What do you think, will Huawei at the end of the year the winner of the global rank of the most.
Which phones are currently the most powerful?
Last month, AnTuT’s rankings brought some surprises. Several smartphone models have been added to the most powerful smartphones. For example, Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G or Poco F2 PRO. Of course, this automatically meant that several leaders fell a little lower, but the ROG Phone 3 maintained its position as the most powerful smartphone.
In the meantime, several new devices have been introduced, which have entered this global ranking of the most powerful smartphone models on the market. However, one of the smartphones stands out from the others. This is specifically the Mate 40 Pro device, which shuffled the cards on the highest rungs.
See an updated list of the most powerful smartphones on the market
Below you can see the updated ranking of the 20 most powerful smartphones according to the AnTuTu service, which is current as of 31 November 2020 (editor’s note: it was updated as of the date of publication of the article). Also, we have to mention that lower-ranking does not automatic means, that phone are not able to run new games and apps. For example, Redmi Note 9 is a low-priced phone but is able to run almost all powerful games, which are available in Google Play.
- HUAWEI Mate 40 Pro (8+256) – 661059 (Score)
- ROG Phone 3 (12+128) – 632274 (Score)
- OPPO Find X2 Pro (12+512) – 615410 (Score)
- iQOO Neo3 (6+128) – 606347 (Score)
- Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G (12+256) – 603352 (Score)
- Galaxy Z Fold2 5G (12+256) – 596482 (Score)
- OnePlus 8 Pro (12+256) – 592729 (Score)
- Mi 10T Pro 5G (8+128) – 585996 (Score)
- OnePlus 8T (8+128) – 585105 (Score)
- Black Shark 3 (8+128) – 575808 (Score)
- Galaxy S20 FE 5G (6+128) – 573850 (Score)
- Poco F2 Pro (8+256) – 572711 (Score)
- Mi 10 (8+256) – 565675 (Score)
- Galaxy S20+ 5G (990) (12+128) – 551961 (Score)
- Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G (990) (12+128) – 540419 (Score)
- Galaxy Note20 Ultra LTE (8+256) – 528591 (Score)
- Galaxy S20+ (990) (8+128) – 525962 (Score)
- iQOO Z1 (6+128) – 514143 (Score)
- Galaxy S20 4G (8+128) – 512946 (Score)
- Galaxy S20 FE 4G (6+128) – 500531 (Score)
Only smartphones that have been tested at least 1000 times were listed below. At the same time, it must be said that this is not the highest score achieved from testing a specific device model, but the average score from all smartphone tests.