Common Performance Test Developer Antutu Released Their Smart Device Rankings for August - With the exclusive flagship device for the Chinese market at the helm and control of Mediatek In the intermediate devices segment
There are quite a few interesting and promising smart devices that do not receive a proper presence in the Israeli market, and one of the best examples of this recently is the Mi 10 Ultra (or Mi 10 Extreme Commemorative Edition, translated directly from Chinese) by Xiaomi with a variety of impressive features such as a camera A 12-megapixel periscope with a hybrid zoom of up to 120x, battery With a 120-watt charger that breaks records and is also semi-transparent - which for some reason is intended to remain exclusive to users in the Chinese market only, instead of embarking on an international tour that could provide it with much greater success.
Now we get another good reason to get excited about the flagship device that is out of reach right now - it jumps straight to first place (a nickname in Chinese that will force us to rely on translations from third-party sources) In the official ranking of the Antutu performance app for August 2020, With an average score of 646,000 points for its most advanced version that includes 512GB of storage Fast and no less than 16 GB of memory L Dynamic.
The Mi 10 Ultra successfully overtook the second-ranked iQOO 5, as well as the third-ranked Asus ROG Phone 3, although it is based on chip Snapdragon 865 Plus rushed to the placeSnapdragon 865 standard at To be accurate - which may illustrate that the practical performance differences between the two versions are in fact minimal and are mainly derived from the cooling solution existing within the device and its ability to support maximum frequencies in a wide range of environmental conditions, or make it clear that we do not really know how Antutu calculates the end result. The main hardware within the product (and not by the processing power alone).
And what about the performance ranking in discounted and affordable mid-range devices? While the flagship tablet of Antutu is fully controlled by the Snapdragon 865 of Qualcomm, The secondary model table shows a completely different power ratio with Mediatek's exciting Dimensity 820 at the top (with an impressive average score of almost 400,000 points), the Kirin 985 and Kirin 820 chips from HiSilicon and Huawei not far behind - and theSnapdragon 768G and theSnapdragon 765G in ninth and tenth place only respectively, signaling to us that the time has come for a new leading 5G model from the series Snapdragon 700 which will maintain the relevance of the American developer at price levels of $ 400 and less.
Simultaneously with this interesting announcement from Antutu we got an interesting leak of a slightly different kind of way Twitter - With another version of the Mi 10 Ultra that contains a hidden selfie camera under the display panel, instead of the selfie camera in a more standard 'hole' recess that exists in the model that has already arrived in stores.
This is a nice little addition that could make an interesting model a little more unique, but at the moment it is not entirely clear whether this is just a prototype that will not have official commercial availability or another new version that will be launched soon - can you fantasize that this is the international twin for the Mi 10 Ultra Chinese? We will keep our fingers crossed and continue to follow closely.