The 10 most powerful cell phones in the world, according to the AnTuTu ranking

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Like every month, AnTuTu publishes a list with the most powerful cell phones in the world, which are defined due to a performance test also called benchmark. Thus, we already have the ranking with the best in smartphones until the end of August. What is the most powerful phone? We tell you.

Before starting, the question must be answered: how does the AnTuTu ranking work? In simple terms, this tool performs on the mobile a series of internal tests that measure the power of the processor, graphics unit (GPU), RAM, and user interface. Based on the results obtained, it produces a score in the form of a single figure.

It should be noted that when purchasing a new cell phone we must take into account other points beyond brute force, such as the operating system, battery, camera, quality / price ratio, among others.

The most powerful cell phones in the world until August, according to AnTuTu

1. ROG Phone 6 (16 GB + 512 GB), with 1,110,172 points.

2. iQOO 9T (12 GB + 256 GB), with 1,081,222 points.

3. Red Magic 7 (16 GB + 256 GB), with 1,054,238 points.

4. My 12S Ultra (12 GB + 256 GB), with 1,052,756 points.

5. Black Shark 5 Pro (12 GB + 256 GB), with 1,025,479 points.

6. Vivo X80 (12 GB + 256 GB), with 1,002,187 points.

7. Motorola Edge 30 Pro (12GB + 256GB) with 997,940 points.

8. Vivo X80 Pro (12GB + 256GB) with 990,898 points.

9. Galaxy Z Fold4 5G (12GB + 256GB) with 985,823 points.

10. Mi 12 Pro (12GB + 256GB) with 980,630 points

At the top of the list is the ASUS ROG Phone 6, that reached the first place of the top with 1,110,172 points. The smartphone keeps the August crown and this time it does so with its Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor (CPU) and its 16 GB of RAM and 512 GB of internal memory.

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