HTC U11 Beats iPhone 7 Plus As The World's Fastest Smartphone
Apple iPhone 7 Plus dominated all the benchmarking charts, especially AnTuTu's for the past year. However, it looks like the Apple mobile device has finally met its match because the HTC U11 manages to top on the result for the month of May. The scores, although already released, can definitely change in the near future, but for now, HTC U11 is the one that reigns supreme on the benchmarking chart.
According to WCCFTech, the recorded results on AnTuTu's Benchmark shows that the HTC U11 has obtained a score of more than 180K in order to take the number one position on the list. To be exact, HTC U 11 scored 180, 079, thus it crowned as the fastest smartphone existing today. The dominance of Apple iPhone 7 Plus has been hindered by the Taiwanese’s flagship smartphone, but the released results could possibly change once the features and specs of each smartphone are updated.
AnTuTu’s statement on the top-performing mobile devices for May 2017 is now official, Android Headlines reported. Apple iPhone 7 Plus has given up its authority to the HTC U11 as the top one, which defeated it by close to 6,000 points. This result happened despite the fact that iPhone 7 Plus packed horsepower that nobody in the Android market had been able to best until now.
On the other hand, the Xiaomi Mi6 and Samsung Galaxy S8 fail to climb the rankings on AnTuTu’s Benchmark against Apple iPhone 7 Plus. However, iPhone 7 was beaten out by both of Samsung's Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus, as well as Xiaomi’s Mi6. While HTC U11 managed to surpass the two Apple iPhones mainly in a single-core experiment and UX processing.
Apple's iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus have the same processing package, but the iPhone 7 Plus has an extra large of RAM compared to the smaller handset. All of the mentioned smartphones that fell below the iPhone 7 on the AnTuTu’s ranking chart boast a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 or updated version of Snapdragon 821 processor. These include other flagship devices such as the OnePlus 3 and 3T, as well as LeEco Le Max 2 and Max Pro 3.
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