At a score of 1,304,235, this gaming handset showed its true gaming prowess. No iPhone? AnTuTu doesn’t test those for security reasons
Now that we have tackled the flagship killer segments, it’s time to take a look at actual flagships which apparently includes gaming phones. This one is also tested through AnTuTu v9.
In its compiled test, AnTuTu showed that the ultra gaming handset, the ZTE Nubia RedMagic 8 Pro+ is the ultimate flagship phone. It sports a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset and its software is filled with gaming features in mind, including a temperature monitor. It also has a large cooling chamber inside and multiple fans that keep it cool even if you game on it for several hours. That includes demanding games such as Genshin Impact.
The other two phones also sport the same chipset. These are the Vivo X90 Pro+ and the iQoo 11 (funnily enough, both phones are from Vivo). The former is focused on amazing camera experiences (including Zeiss lens coating) while the latter is focused on the daredevils, the gamers of the industry.
Like with the previous list, the scores here aren’t that far behind. In fact, the top 5 phones have close that are pretty close to each other that it actually cancels out when you test them in real life. An average consumer may not be able to tell the difference and will enjoy them so as long they have something to scroll, take pictures, and game with.
The Galaxy S23 Ultra made it to the list. It deserves it because OneUI is just an amazing piece of software skin. Optimized, clean, and easy on the eyes.
It’s amazing how, in just a few years, phones could now easily attain above 1 million points. It will only be a matter of time before we see phones that hit 2 million points. It’s so close, yet so far.
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