The Mi 10 Pro+ smashes the competition with a 687,000 AnTuTu score, potentially hinting at a Snapdragon 865 Plus
A few days ago, we revealed that Xiaomi will likely launch its next flagship phone, the Mi 10 Pro+, in August. Well, that timeline appears to still be valid, as the phone has now made an appearance on popular benchmark AnTuTu, and destroyed the competition while at it.
In an image shared by tipster Digital Chat Station, the Mi 10 Pro+ can be seen with a score of just under 688,000 on AnTuTu. Back in February, we saw the Mi 10 Pro score slightly above 610,000, and it appears the Mi 10 Pro+ wipes the floor with its cheaper sibling.
A score of over 680,000 is rather interesting as it opens up the possibility of the Mi 10 Pro+ actually featuring a Snapdragon 865 Plus, instead of the usual Snapdragon 865. It makes sense, too, as Qualcomm has a great relationship with Xiaomi, with the Chinese company's flagships regularly being some of the first to debut the chip maker's new products.
For some perspective, the Asus ROG Phone 3 with a Snapdragon 865 Plus was spotted on AnTuTu a while back, bearing a score of around 646,000. The CPU score listed with the Mi 10 Pro is incredibly similar to that of the ROG Phone 3, too—182,883 versus 183,149. But then again, the Mi 10 Pro had a CPU score of over 184,000 back in February, so this isn't definitive evidence. In any case, pre-release AnTuTu scores tend to be heavily inflated, so we'll just have to wait for more information on this.
超大杯的屏幕信息很明朗吧，把截图套在小米10上可得出6.67"2340*1080p左打孔曲面屏[笑而不语] pic.twitter.com/KOqlt0gpGH— Digital Chat Station (@StationChat) July 27, 2020