Snapdragon 835 dominates the most powerful smartphones of July

Snapdragon 835 dominates the most powerful smartphones of July


Every month the list of the most powerful smartphones of AnTuTu shows that the evolution of technology has no pause. The new offers occupy the top places and demote those who dominated before. The most recent list, referring to the month of July, shows again this, but with a particularity. The list is dominated by Snapdragon 835, the most powerful mobile processor today.

AnTuTu regularly lists the most powerful devices it evaluates. This is generated based on the information of the tests that the users do and shows well the real scenario that we can find in the day to day.

The most powerful smartphones of July, according to AnTuTu

Last July was no exception and the list presented puts back on top Android devices, with the particularity of the top 5 being all equipped with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor.

The list is headed with the flagship of OnePlus, the OP5, followed later by the Nubian Z17, HTC U11, Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus and Xiaomi Mi 6. Only in 6th position appears the first equipment of Apple, the iPhone 7 Plus.

The universe of Apple, according to AnTuTu

Also as usual, AnTuTu showed the ranking of Apple’s mobile devices. Here the changes are minimal, since there have not yet been new releases. The top is led by the iPad Pro of 10.5 inches, equipped with the A10X processor.

The rest of the list has the iPhone 7 Plus, the other iPad Pro (9.7 inches) and the iPhone 6s Plus. As we have mentioned, this list has been virtually unchanged. The only difference is in the drop of 1 position of the iPhone 7, in exchange with the iPad Pro of 9.7 inches.

These lists clearly show that Apple has to launch its new iPhone and that it will have to have a newer and more powerful processor. Only then will you be able to fight the Snapdragon 835. There is also the arrival of the new Kirin 970 from Huawei, which may also change the rules of the game.

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