Top powerful Android phones: Dec 2021

AnTuTu has released its latest monthly ranking list for the most powerful Android phones in the world. 

Here are the 10 most powerful Android phones in December 2021.

Nubia Red Magic 6 

The Nubia Red Magic 6 was the most powerful smartphone in the November report as well. Thanks to Snapdragon 888 and 16GB RAM, it scored 8,60,559 on AnTuTu. 

ASUS ROG Phone 5s Pro 

Like the Red Magic 6, ROG Phone 5s Pro also retained its second spot from November ranking. It scored 8,38,937 with Snapdragon 888+ and 18GB RAM.

ASUS ROG Phone 5

At number three is the ROG Phone 5 with an AnTuTu score of 8,23,213 in December 2021. It comes with Snapdragon 888 chipset backed by 16GB RAM.

Realme GT

The Realme GT with its Snapdragon 888 chipset and 12GB RAM scored 8,15,928. It has a stainless steel vapour cooling system to keep the temperature down and boost performance.

iQOO 7

The iQOO 7 or (iQOO 7 Legend in India) is in the fourth spot with a score of 8,15,414. The phone achieved the score with the help of Snapdragon 888 SoC and 8GB RAM.

Motorola Moto G200 5G 

The Motorola Moto G200 5G is a flagship device with Snapdragon 888+ SoC at its core with 8GB RAM. The smartphone is a new entrant in the December list and scored 8,04,693.

OnePlus 9 Pro 

The OnePlus 9 Pro, the reigning flagship from the brand also retained its seventh spot from November list. The Snapdragon 888-powered device scored 7,97,839 on the AnTuTu benchmark.

Sony Xperia 1 III 5G 

The Xperia 1 III 5G was in the sixth spot in the list of the best phones in November 2021 with a score of 7,95,105. It slipped to the 8th spot in December with a 7,95,952 score.

OnePlus 9 

The standard OnePlus 9 is a new entrant in the December list with a score of 7,87,905 points. The flagship device is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset and comes with 12GB of RAM.

Mi 11i (Global)

The Xiaomi Mi 11i global variant narrowly beat Mi 11 Ultra to grab the last spot in the top 10. The Snapdragon 888-powered smartphone scored 7,79,736 points on the benchmark.