Oppo Find X2 Pro's next record, overtakes Nubia Red Magic 5G and Black Shark 3 in the AnTuTu benchmark
The Oppo Find X2 Pro is currently collecting some records. Just recently it caught up with the previous leader, Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro, in the DXOMARK camera test, and its screen just received an A + rating from DisplayMate.
And the performance of the smartphone with Snapdragon 865 SoC is also longing for a record. In the AnTuTu benchmark, the Nubia Red Magic 5G with 633,724 points and the Xiaomi Black Shark 3 with 620,952 points were the supposed leaders. According to a posting on Weibo, the Oppo smartphone can now outdo the two competitors with an alleged 637,099 points.
Of course, the values should be treated with caution, after all they do not come from external testers but are announced directly by the manufacturer, and the smartphones have not yet been released as well. It cannot be ruled out that the companies use tricks, like overclocking with cooling pads, to boost their smartphone's scores. In everyday use, the minimal point differences are of course not relevant anyway.
Incidentally, all Android apps from AnTuTu were recently thrown out of the Play Store by Google. The search engine giant accuses the company of having close ties to Cheetah Mobile, the latter repeatedly violating the data protection regulations of the Play Store. AnTuTu itself speaks of a misunderstanding. An overview of the currently most powerful (published) smartphones on AnTuTu is available here.