The company behind the AnTuTu software is located in the Chaoyang district, Beijing, China, and it was founded by Chinese entrepreneurs Shào Yīng and Liáng Bīn
The top you are about to see below was published on the official AnTuTu page on February 27, 2018. Right away we notice that we don’t see the Galaxy S9 or the Galaxy S9 Plus on the podium. Most likely they will make their appearance in AnTuTu sometime in March or April of 2018.
Something very interesting is also happening on this list because we haven’t seen 3 smartphones built by Huawei on this list for a long while now.
The first two places are occupied by Huawei Mate 10 smartphones and the third places goes to Huawei Honor V10.
The top 10 smartphones in AnTuTu in February of 2018 are as follows:
- Huawei Mate 10 PRO / 214580p
- Huawei Mate 10 / 212841p
- Honor V10 / 212557p
- OnePlus 5 / 211292p
- OnePlus 5T / 210134p
- Nubia Z17 / 208922p
- Xiaomi Mi 6 / 206571p
- Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 / 205206p
- Samsung Galaxy Note 8 / 203501p
- Samsung Galaxy S8+ / 199000p
Huawei Mate 10 comes first thanks to the HiSilicon Kirin 970 processor. The Mate 10 packs the same processor and the V10 – you guessed it – the same one.
If we also were to build a list of the top 10 processors, it would look like this:
- Huawei Mate 10 Pro / Hisilicon Kirin 970
- Huawei Mate 10 / Hisilicon Kirin 970
- Honor V10 / Hisilicon Kirin 970
- OnePlus 5 / Snapdragon 835
- OnePlus 5T / Snapdragon 835
- Nubia Z17 / Snapdragon 835
- Xiaomi Mi6 / Snapdragon 835
- Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 / Snapdragon 835
- Samsung Galaxy Note 8 / Snapdragon 835 (tested by AnTuTu)
- Samsung Galaxy S8+ / Snapdragon 835 (tested by AnTutu)