Note that the first, as usual, is published the rating for the Chinese market and it differs markedly from the international rating.
Huawei’s newest flagship tops
The October AnTuTu ranking, the Mate 40 Pro, based on the proprietary Kirin 9000 SoC. AnTuTu team notes.
This model made its competitors swallow the dust. The smartphone is noticeably ahead of the rest of the winners, gaining 685 339 points.
In second place is the iQOO 5 Pro smartphone based on Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 with 663 979 points, and in third place is the iQOO 5 with Snapdragon 865 and 663 767 points.
All Top 10 are also occupied by models based on Snapdragon 865 or Snapdragon 865.
AnTuTu also notes that 685,339 points are the average achieved by the Mate 40 Pro. However, some Mate 40 Pro copies exceeded the 700K threshold thanks to a special performance mode. When turned on, the smartphone can show real miracles in performance, even exceeding 720,000 points. Of course, in this mode, the battery power will be heavily consumed.