The AnTuTu rankings of the most powerful smartphones of the month of February of the global market ASUS ROG Phone 2 and Redmi Note 8 Pro, the first earns the top 10 of the flagships, the second in the one dedicated to mid-range devices.
The AnTuTu global ranking of February 2020: flagships
To look at all from top to bottom is ASUS ROG Phone 2 in 12-512 GB version (507,284 points on average), followed by OnePlus 7T 8-256 GB (494.705) and Realme X2 Pro 12-256 GB (482.480).
In the rest of the AnTuTu ranking of the flagships we find two other OnePlus smartphones, precisely OnePlus 7 Pro 8-256 GB and OnePlus 7 8-256 GB, and then Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 12-256 GB, Redmi K20 Pro 6-128 GB, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 8-256 GB, Xiaomi Mi 9 6-128 GB and Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro 8-256 GB. Interesting to underline how, apart from the two Samsung devices with Exynos 9825, all have the SoC Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 or 855+.
Just a Samsung smartphone leads the current ranking, and it is Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G (559,781 points, but not yet in the February ranking), followed by Samsung Galaxy S20 + (553,735): in both cases we are talking about the versions with SoC Qualcomm Snapdragon 865.
The AnTuTu global ranking of February 2020: the mid-range
Moving on to the middle range to lead the global AnTuTu ranking of February 2020 of the global market is Redmi Note 8 Pro 6-128 GB with the SoC MediaTek Helio G90T (291,733 points). Samsung Galaxy A71 8-128 GB (265.537) and Xiaomi Mi 9T 6-128 GB (264.797) complete with their Snapdragon 730. We can then find Xiaomi Mi Note 10, Realme XT, Realme Q, Xiaomi Mi 9 Lite, Vsmart Live, Samsung Galaxy A70 and Samsung Galaxy A51 (unique with SoC Exynos listed).