OPPO Find X2 Pro and Find X2 top the AnTuTu half-year chart for flagship smartphone performance
The January 1 – June 30 flagship performance chart from AnTuTu has been posted and yet again OPPO finds its devices at or near the top. This particular chart is actually different from the most recent monthly chart from the benchmark as it is based on the average score managed by at least 5,000 effective results, so there are a few differences between this table and June’s chart.
Unsurprisingly, all of the devices sport a Snapdragon 865 processor, although we can expect that to start changing over the coming months whether it be by the effects of new chips from Qualcomm or its rivals. Equally not surprising is the abundance of Android smartphones produced by Chinese OEMs. The South Korean manufacturer Samsung manages to squeeze into 10th spot with the Galaxy S20+ 5G scoring an average of 558,961 points. But there are no places available at the top for any product from Sony, Nokia, LG, or Asus.
OPPO is the clear performance champion in the flagship sector for the first half of 2020, with the Find X2 Pro being the only device managing to maintain an average score of over 600,000 points across thousands of units benchmarked. The smartphone was praised for its speedy SoC and impressive storage in our review, although its camera equipment could have been better and the price tag was steep at an RRP of €1,199 (US$1,390).
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