Antutu is one of the top benchmark tool that's used to measure speed and performance of your phones. As a result, they established themselves as one of the main resources when in checking how speedy a phone is.
|Antutu top scores May 2016|
Recently, Antutu just released the top performing phones in the May 2016 edition of their benchmark. Antutu collected the average scores of each devices and came up with a list of the highest scoring devices as of today.
It was dominated by the Chinese power phones
Interestingly, the big boys from the big brands such as Apple, Samsung, LG, Sony and Huawei didn't made it to the top this time.
Most of the phones in the top 3 loads with Snapdragon 820 and 6 GB RAM which includes Vivo Xplay 5 Elite, LeEco Max 2 and Zuk Z2 Pro.
It was followed by Xiaomi Mi5 and Galaxy S7 Edge which both runs with Snapdragon 820 and 4 GB RAM, then iPhone 6S and iPhone SE.
However, getting the highest score in Antutu doesn't always mean you are the best phone. Other aspects such as design, build, software, battery life, stability and etc. are also considered.
Lastly, I'd like to see the Geekbench top 10 list next where Huawei's Kirin 950 (Mate 8) scored higher in multi-core test at 5,600 than than Snapdragon 820 (Mi5) at 5,400.