A look at the Entoto benchmark in February 2021; Poor result for Galaxy S21 Ultra
In recent months, many handsets have been able to score various points on AnTuTu. Now we are going to take a look at the results of the Entoto benchmark in February 2021.
A report from the Entoto benchmark in February 2021 on the best smartphone performance this month was released today. Thanks to the introduction of new and different products, the list of this benchmark has changed dramatically over time. We will take a look at this table below.
Let’s start with the flagship smartphones. The iQOO 7 managed to maintain its first place in AnTuTu with a score of 726939 . The Xiaomi May 11 phone, which was recently in second place, is now in fourth place with a score of 712366. These Vivo X 60 Pro Plus with 726925 points and Redmi K40 Pro with 718434 points are in the second and third ranks.
In addition, the iQOO 5 Pro, Vivo X50 Pro Plus and Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra are no longer in the top ten. Fifth to tenth places are: Mate 40 Pro (683919 points), Galaxy S21 Ultra version 5G (679152 points), Redmi K40 Xiaomi (668471 points), Oppo Reno 5 Pro Plus 5G (667456 points), Redmi K 30S Ultra (666043 points) and iQOO 5 (with 661609 points).
Looking at this list, we find that the first four places belong to phones equipped with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 888 chip . Also, the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G has a lower score than other phones with the same chip.
Let’s move on to mid-range phones. Redmi 10 X5G and Redmi 10X Pro 5G with scores of 404346 and 398570 are first and second, respectively. The newly introduced Vivo S7T with 395082 points is in the third place of this section of the Entoto benchmark list in February 2021. Thus, the Huawei Nova 7 Pro with 392093 and Huawei Nova 7 fell to the fourth and fifth ranks.
Newly arrived phones are also ranked sixth and eighth. The Nova 8 Pro (390039 points), Honor 30 (389107 points), Nova 8 (388568 points), Anz X10 (362664 points) and Honor 30S (355028 points) are in the sixth to tenth positions, respectively.
The list is likely to change in the coming months. What phones do you think will be added to this list in the near future?