Today, AnTuTu released the ‘March 2021 Android Phone Performance List’, which includes two categories: flagship Android phones and mid-range Android phones.

Android Flagship Smartphones List

The list shows that in the flagship smartphone performance rankings, the Black Shark 4 Pro, which was released not long ago, topped the list with a comprehensive score of 765,579. Also, it got the highest running score among all Snapdragon 888 models.

AnTuTU smartphone list march 2021

AnTuTu said that by comparing the sub-results, it was found that the machine’s 3D and MEM results have a significant lead, among which the 3D results are due to the continuous high-frequency exchange of the GPU.

In addition, because the Black Shark 4 Pro has a built-in SSD, through the combination of raid disk array and UFS 3.1 flash storage, the storage performance is greatly improved. With the blessing of full blood LPDDR5 memory, its MEM performance has been significantly improved as well.

The OPPO Find X3 Pro ranked second with a score of 742,078. According to reports, the performance of this machine is the same as that of the Black Shark 4 Pro. The former mainly lags behind in MEM results.

In addition, the machine is still running Color OS 11.2, the official said compared to the previous version, the improvement is about 32%.

The third place on the list is the Tencent Red Magic gaming phone 6 Pro with a score of 741,100. This score is related to its powerful air-cooled heat dissipation. The large fans continue to dissipate the Snapdragon 888 to obtain the CPU and GPU performance.

It is worth mentioning that the Xiaomi Mi 11 only ranked eighth in the list. This is down four places from the ranking in February.

At the same time, the Huawei Mate 40 Pro, which ranked fifth on the February list, also failed to enter the top ten.

Android Mid-Range Smartphone List

AnTuTU smartphone list march 2021

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