Some phone manufacturers have rushed to how much we can under the hood to get their product. First, there were two processor cores, then four, six, and there are currently only eight-core processors. So it is with RAM memory, which is currently starting to outgrow what they have quite a few people on their computers. This trend is most characteristic for the Android platform. Microsoft and Apple with their specifications are more down to earth. And as the newly revealed more is not always better. AnTuTu company that stands behind one of the most widely used benchmarks, in fact, published very interesting data.
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AnTuTu published a ranking of 10 most powerful smartphones in the period November 2016. November’s top 10 is composed of the ten most powerful smartphones that have accumulated a minimum of 2,000 separate benchmark test was during the month of November. Of all the tests is taken average score, which is then compared with each other. The complete testing methodology can be found here. At the top is still holding the iPhone 7 Plus, which is located here since its release. He treads on the heels of its smaller sibling, the iPhone seventh
iPhone 7 Plus has an average rating of 172,644 points. Smaller iPhone got about two and a half thousand fewer points, ie 170 124. Following a relatively large gap, as the third mobile in order Leece Pro 3 has up to 160,856 points. Potato locations include Xiaomi 5s Plus with 153,777 points. Our famous Huawei Mate 9 occupied 7th place with 146,942 points.
Source: AnTuTu Report