The 10 most powerful Android smartphones in May 2022: Galaxy S22 Ultra ‘sold out’, king of gaming ‘to the top’

The 10 most powerful Android smartphones in May 2022: Galaxy S22 Ultra ‘sold out’, king of gaming ‘to the top’


2022-06-12 16:22:48

In May 2022, Qualcomm announced two chips, Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 and an upgraded version of Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 called Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1. Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 is Qualcomm’s new chip for phones. midrange. but it doesn’t attract much attention because it’s not as good as MediaTek’s two Dimensity 8000 series chips.

However, in the high-end segment, Qualcomm is still dominant with the majority of smartphones on the most powerful smartphone list in May using Qualcomm’s chips according to the latest ranking of the Antutu tool.

Top 1: Redmagic 7

GPA: 1,042.141

The Red Magic 7 series was released in February of this year and is the first gaming phone powered by Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, Red Magic 7 has a great configuration.

Red Magic 7 continues the design style of the previous generation. It has a 6.8-inch AMOLED display with 2400x1080p resolution, supports up to 165Hz refresh rate, 720Hz touch sampling rate, tripod pixel arrangement, and 100% DCI-P3 wide color gamut.

In terms of core configuration, Red Magic 7 is equipped with Snapdragon 8 chip with LPDDR5 RAM and UFS 3.1 flash memory, supports ARC Performance system, and supports virtual memory with 6GB, up to 24GB.

In terms of heat dissipation, the Red Magic 7 has a built-in fan with a maximum speed of 20,000 rpm, aerospace-grade phase change heatsink material, super soft rare earth and high thermal conductivity, forming a cooling system. cool ICE Magic system.

In addition to the standard version, Red Magic 7 also launched an under-display camera version and a Transformers co-branded version, making it a very competitive phone in the gaming phone market in the first half of the year. now.

Top 2: Vivo X80 Pro

GPA: 995,650

Vivo X80 Pro was launched late compared to flagship phones using Snapdragon 8 chip, but because of that, it has a very balanced configuration in all aspects.

This series has a single punch hole on the front for fingerprint recognition under the screen. The shape continues the Cloud Stage design with square ceramic tiles and a circular camera module.

In terms of imaging capabilities, the rear camera of the device is equipped with a 50MP Sony IMX866 RGBW sensor, 12MP ultra-wide angle, 12MP portrait capture. It is equipped with a Zeiss T* lens. Each layer is coated from the glass covering the lens to the bottom filter. 360° horizontal level stabilization keeps your videos steady.

It also comes with a self-developed V1+ chip. Vivo says the new V1+ builds on the experience of the first-generation V1 chip, which is both a photography chip and a unique display chip.

Vivo X80 Pro also has a 6.78-inch Samsung 2K E5 super touch screen, which supports 120Hz screen refresh rate, 300Hz touch sampling rate, 1000Hz touch sampling rate and free frame rate. LTPO 3.0. The power consumption is 13% lower than the X70 Pro + and debuts Android XDR Photo technology with HDR10+ support, breaking Display Mate’s 15 record certifications.

Top 3: POCO F4 GT

GPA: 988.562

POCO is a trademark of Xiaomi in the international market, and POCO F4 GT is the gaming version of Redmi K50 in the Chinese market, with similar appearance and configuration.

The Redmi K50 Gaming Edition is the first to be launched in this year’s Redmi K50 universe and is powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen1 processor.

It comes with a 6.67-inch OLED straight screen, powered by Huaxing Optoelectronics. The resolution is 2400x1080p and supports 1920Hz high frequency PWM dimming to solve the flickering display problem under low brightness of OLED.

Supports display of 10-bit color depth, P3 color gamut, HDR10+ high dynamic range, super video resolution enhancement, motion estimation (ME) and motion compensation (MC), and other functions. In addition, this monitor is also a Display Mate A+ certified high-quality display and has achieved 15 display records.

The POCO F4 GT is one of the few straight-screen flagship phones on the new Snapdragon 8 Gen1 market this year.

The remaining 7 ranks

In addition to the top 3, the remaining seven positions are Xiaomi 12 Pro with a GPA of 986.692, Motorola Edge 30 Pro with an average score of 972,946, Realme GT2 Pro with an average score of 965,772, Redmi K50 Pro with an average score of 946,321, Xiaomi 12″ with a grade point average of 941,335, Galaxy S22 Ultra 5G with a GPA of 939,901, Galaxy S22 + 5G with an average score of 899,548.

The appearance of the Galaxy S22 duo but “the team” shows the power of gaming smartphones from China. However, it shows the fact that the Galaxy S22, although not built for Gaming purposes, is still powerful enough to occupy 2/10 positions in the top 10 most powerful Android smartphones.

Out of the top ten flagship models, all nine are powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen1 processor, with the exception of the Redmi K50 Pro, which ranks seventh. This shows that Qualcomm is still seen more in the high-end market, but the Redmi K50 Pro also proves that MediaTek also has a chance to compete for more market share. Compared to the previous situation when the top 10 were all Qualcomm processors, the market share is still changing, but it will take longer for the bigger changes to happen.

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