At a time when leading smartphone manufacturers have upgraded their equipment with Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 865 processor and feature 12 GB of RAM in their top versions; these are the main technical characteristics that made the 10 best Android smartphones stand out in March, according to the benchmark tool AnTuTu.
The most powerful smartphone is the Oppo Find X2 Pro, which registered 606,389 points, highlighting the said processor, 12 GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 256 GB of USF 3.0 internal storage. Its normal version already gets a place on the podium, in third place, with practically the same characteristics, adding up to 590,253. In the second place and closing the podium follows the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro, with 598,572 points. This smartphone was affected by the differences in the refresh rate of the screen, at 90 Hz, while the Oppo Find X2 Pro works at 120 Hz.
In the following places, in the first half of the table comes the Redmi K30 Pro with 589,607 points, followed by the iQOO 3 in fifth with 588,305 points and Xiaomi's gaming smartphone, the Black Shark 3 Pro in sixth, with 588,125 points.
The new Realme X50 Pro 5G was recently launched on the market and enters the seventh place on the table, with 588,055 points. The Vivo NEX 3S 5G comes in eighth with 586,577 points. The normal version of the Mi 10 from Xiaomi took the penultimate place in this table of the most powerful, registering 579,550 points. And to close, the normal version of the Black Shark 3 with 570,723 points.
Note that the list of the 10 most powerful smartphones in March does not include models from Huawei and Samsung, that is, without Kirin 990 processors from the Chinese manufacturer or the Exynos 990 recently introduced by Samsung. Recall that due to the United States embargo, Huawei's latest P40 cannot use the new Qualcomm processors.