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Top 5 Best Android Performance Smartphones in the World April 2020

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Smartphones have been raking in high performance features in the last couple of years and the use of AI,Machine Learning has increased manifold. Lot of research has been promoted to actual working hardware blocks on the silicon within a span of just 2 years. Social Media and Gaming Apps have been the primary use cases that are pushing the CPU processing to its edge. The Neural Processing Engines are gradually gaining top priority in deciding a smartphones performance as the CPU clocks are getting saturated. As more and more RAM memory footprint is increased, the number of applications that can be multi tasked has increased dramatically. Based on all these features like the CPU,GPU,Memory,AI Processing and User Interaction the Antutu benchmarks keep updating the ranks for some of the bleeding edge flagship smartphones.

Here's the list for the top 5 Smartphones with best Performance with Android OS :

1. Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro and Mi 10 :
This may come as shock to most people seeing One Plus and Samsung being ranked lesser compared to Xiaomi's flagship. Mi 10 Pro is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 with 8GB RAM. If you see the CPU and GPU score , Xiaomi Mi 10 rakes in higher score as compared to Mi 10 Pro. But, it falls down in Memory and UX slightly. Mi 10 Pro is priced around Rs.50,000 in India and will soon be available for sale in the month of May-June.

2. One Plus 8 Pro :
Leading flagship that checks all the boxes in terms of quality and performance it ranks very close to the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro. It performs surprisingly NOT well in terms of CPU,GPU and Memory ,but UX has always been One Plus's forte and Selling point. Hopefully, the performance issues would be fixed in future software updates. The Specs are very similar to Mi 10 Pro (except for RAM) and retails for Rs 54,999 in India

3. Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G and S20+
Samsung was one of the first flagship to launch with Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 and has significant lead time to ensure maximum performance. Somehow, over the years Samsung's main aim has been to check all flagship boxes and release it first. Don't get me wrong, the S20 Ultra 5G and S20+ have amazing design and elegance with great specs under the hood. But, the hardware is somehow left underutilized. Even with their revolutionary new UI -One UI 2.0 the UX scores are significantly less compared to the top 3. S20 Ultra retails at around Rs.98,000 in India and S20+ retails for Rs.78,000 (MRP) in India.

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