Top 10 Powerful Smartphones of January 2021 in the market
Like every month, the benchmark publisher AnTuTu publishes its ranking of the most powerful smartphones. For this January 2021 here are the top 10 most powerful smartphones available in the market.
It is once again the American Qualcomm chips which have carved out the lion’s share, even if, as for 3 months, the n ° 1 place is taken by the Huawei Mate 40 Pro and its SoC engraved in 5 nm.
You know, at the beginning of each month, we take stock of the ranking of the most powerful smartphones according to the benchmarking app AnTuTu. The latter actually publishes two top 10: one dedicated to the Asian market with a lot of smartphones unknown in France and another concerning the “Global Market”, devices sold in the West.
Be careful, if you want to test the power of your device, AnTuTu is not on the Play Store because of some trouble with Google. If you want to install the app, go to the official website to download the APK file: don’t take any risks.
Top 10 Most Powerful Smartphones in January 2021
Huawei Mate 40 Pro – 657,784 points
Vivo iQoo Neo3 – 646,016 points
Asus ROG Phone 3 – 630 307 points
Oppo Find X2 Pro – 610,749 points
Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G – 604,401 points
OnePlus 8 Pro – 584,057 points
Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro 5G – 581 233 points
Black Shark 3 – 574,438 points
Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G – 574 187 points
POCO F2 Pro – 572,474 points
The Kirin 9000 chip still in the lead
For three months in a row, the Huawei Mate 40 Pro has established itself as the most powerful smartphone around. But as we explained to you last month, this powerful smartphone and gifted in photos is unfortunately not recommended. Indeed, because of the trade sanctions of the Trump administration, the latter does not embark on the GApps. And without Google Maps, YouTube, Gmail, and even the Google Play Store, it’s not at all suitable for non-savvy users.
At number 2, the very good ViVo iQOO Neo3 is not sold here but has gained two places since last month, probably thanks to software optimization. Next, we find the overkill Asus ROG Phone 3 at number 3 with its Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Plus SoC and the stylish Oppo Find X2 Pro at number 4.
In no 5, the Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G of this top 10 is once again the model equipped with a Qualcomm chip and not the one marketed with us, based on Exynos 990. Also, note the presence of the indestructible OnePlus 8 Pro in 6th place.
In 7th place, the Xiaomi Mi 10T is one of the best quality/price ratios of the moment. The Black Shark 3 in 8th place is still present, but at the end of the ranking, we see the entry of the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G, which is far from being an S20 “Lite”, and the re-entry of the POCO F2 Pro: a smartphone with a surprising look, but devilishly swift.