The past few months have been an interesting period for the mobile industry, we’ve seen many new devices hit the market, and the rise of so many Chinese phone manufacturers have without a doubt made things a lot more competitive. But which devices are the most powerful ones that give the best performance? If you’re into benchmark numbers and things like that, hit the break and check out the top 10 best performing smartphones of Q2 2014 on Antutu.
According to Antutu, this report is based on the data statistics analysis, Antutu Benchmark V4.0. To make it to the list, at least 200 entries of the same model must be submitted, and if one particular model has different versions and different chips, only the highest performing one would be counted.
If you’re worried about the whole faking of benchmark scores, Antutu also mentioned that they manually removed false entries in order to keep the results accurate.
It is indeed surprising to see that a Snapdragon 800-powered Samsung Galaxy Note 3 take the first place instead of the newer flagship smartphones out there. Antutu mentioned that they checked the data again and found that an average score of 38,958 is reasonable.
It is also impressive how the Huawei Honor 6 took the second place and Antutu praises Huawei Kirin 920 for that. The processor is based on ARM’s big.LITTLE archicture and uses four Cortex-A15 and four Cortex-A7 cores that are capable of working simultaneously. The score of 37,749 is very high and the highest score they have on their database is 39,808.
Intrigued? Find out what Antutu has got to say with regards to its latest findings.