Entering 2024, the domestic mobile phone evaluation organization, Antutu, unveiled the performance ranking of Android flagship smartphones for December 2023. According to Antutu, the scores listed are the average of all performance measurements for the model during the month, not the highest score. It is common to see fluctuations of around 100,000 when comparing the score with the same model of your phone. The specifications listed are the highest valid scores for that model. Hence, if some models’ highest configuration does not appear, it may be due to insufficient valid benchmark data. Please note, the data covers only the domestic smartphone market and is collected from December 1 to December 31, 2023.
More specifically, in Antutu’s Android flagship smartphone performance ranking for December 2023, OnePlus 12 and Vivo X100 ranked first and second respectively. On the Antutu platform, these two smartphones scored an average of 2,188,135 and 2,186,019, respectively. OnePlus 12, not only featuring a Snapdragon 8 Gen3 flagship platform, it also has up to 24GB of RAM and 1TB of storage. All games can run simultaneously at 2K+120Hz. As for the display, the new model comes with a 2K AMOLED screen, achieving a class-leading peak brightness of 4500nits and breaking 18 industry records in key experience areas such as color, power consumption, smoothness, and more.
In terms of battery life, the OnePlus 12 has significantly improved with a 5400mAh battery capacity. With deep optimization through the ColorOS super calculation center, it can last nearly nine hours on a single charge. In addition, the OnePlus 12 supports an upgraded version of raindrop touch control, an all-purpose NFC, infrared remote control, its patented “holographic audio”, full-link Dolby Vision support, and still equipped with the three-stage buttons exclusively for Android. The attention towards every detail is rigorous.
Following OnePlus 12 and Vivo X100, iQOO Neo9 Pro and iQOO 12 ranked third and fourth. On the Antutu platform, these two smartphones scored an average of 2,181,443 and 2,179,003 respectively. The iQOO Neo9 Pro features a Dimensity 9300 flagship chipset with a proprietary Q1 eSports chip and a high-resolution 6K liquid cooling system. Coupled with iQOO’s self-developed gaming engine and the built-in Monster+ mode, it effortlessly handles various mainstream games.
Following iQOO Neo9 Pro and iQOO 12, iQOO 12 Pro and Red Magic 9 Pro+ ranked fifth and sixth. On the Antutu platform, these two smartphones scored an average of 2,178,873 and 2,142,329 respectively. Red Magic 9 Pro+ is upgraded to a fifth-generation under-screen competition screen using BOE Q9+ light-emitting materials, which improves the screen’s quality by rectifying color bias and smearing issues, and increases brightness to 1600nits, as well as supporting 2160Hz high-frequency PWM dimming.
Unlike previous phones, Red Magic 9 Pro+ is equipped with the CUBE engine and Red Magic’s self-developed game chip, a unique configuration designed to provide users with an unparalleled e-sports experience. This innovative design significantly enhances the smooth running of games, giving players the edge in intense battles.
Finally, in Antutu’s Android flagship smartphone performance ranking for December 2023, Nubia Z60 Ultra, and Vivo X100 Pro placed seventh and eighth. On Antutu’s platform, these two smartphones scored an average of 2,142,178 and 2,134,331, respectively. Following them, Xiaomi 14 and Xiaomi 14 Pro were ranked ninth and tenth, with average scores of 2,043,710 and 2,041,656, respectively on Antutu’s platform.
In terms of performance, the Xiaomi 14 series is the world’s first to use the third-generation Snapdragon 8 mobile platform. This mobile platform has a completely upgraded architecture, surpassing the performance of A17 Pro with leading energy efficiency; energy consumption at the same performance level is reduced by up to 35%.
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