Most powerful Android phones: March 2022

The popular mobile performance benchmarking website AnTuTu has released its list of most powerful Android phones for March 2022. The list is dominated by Samsung this time. Let’s take a look.

Xiaomi 12 Pro

The Xiaomi 12 Pro is the brand’s latest flagship and scored 9,81,496 on the AnTuTu benchmark to claim the top spot. The smartphone is powered by the SD8Gen1 chipset.

Motorola Edge 30 Pro 

In the second spot is Motorola’s flagship offering - Edge 30 Pro, which is one of the most affordable SD8Gen1 phones in India. It scored 9,78,019 on the AnTuTu benchmark.

Realme GT 2 Pro

The Realme GT 2 Pro was recently launched in India and offers SD8Gen1 under Rs 50,000 in the country. The smartphone scored 9,70,727 on the benchmarking platform to grab the 3rd spot.

Xiaomi 12

The Xiaomi 12 is a compact flagship featuring SD8Gen1 with DDR5 RAM and UFS 3.1 storage. It scored 9,51,845 to be declared one of the most powerful smartphones.

Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra

The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is the first high-end Samsung flagship to launch with Snapdragon SoC in India. The phone managed to score 9,34,881 points on AnTuTu.

Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra (Exynos) 

Samsung also launched S22 Ultra with Exynos 2200 in select markets. The Exynos variant of the flagship device managed to achieve 9,19,689 points in the benchmark.

Samsung Galaxy S22+ (Snapdragon) 

The second device in the Galaxy S22 series, S22+ also managed to score well with 9,04,778 points. The smartphone is powered by the flagship SD8Gen1 chipset.

Samsung Galaxy S22+ (Exynos) 

The Exynos variant of the Galaxy S22+ with Exynos 2200 SiC also found its way on the latest list of most powerful Android phones. It scored 8,85,440 to achieve this feat.

OPPO Find X5 Pro 

The Find X5 Pro is also powered by the SD 8 Gen 1. Surprisingly, the phone scores lower than other SD8G1 devices in this list (8,62,584) but is still one of the most powerful devices.

Samsung Galaxy S22 (Exynos) 

The Galaxy S22 with Exynos 2200 chipset scores a commendable 8,49,583 points on the AnTuTu benchmark. Notably, this score is not much less than SD8G1 powered Find X5 Pro.