July Android Phone Performance List
In the world of smartphones, the battle for supremacy is never-ending, with manufacturers constantly striving to outdo each other in terms of performance and innovation. In July 2023, the Android mobile phone market witnessed a relative calm, as most companies took this time to make adjustments before the much-anticipated second half of the year showdown.
However, amidst the calm, there were a few standout contenders that dominated the performance charts of July. The RedMagic 8S Pro, equipped with the Snapdragon 8 Gen2 high-frequency processor, once again took the top spot in the Android phone performance list with an impressive average running score of 1633002. Its victory was no surprise, given the obvious superiority of the Snapdragon 8+ Gen2 over its competitors, including the Dimensity 9200+.
Following closely behind in second place was the iQOO 11S, with an average running score of 1629470. Despite rumors surrounding the use of a 3.36GHz Snapdragon 8 Gen2 chip, iQOO opted for the 3.2GHz regular version, still delivering impressive performance, particularly with the leading performance tuning.
Rounding off the top three was the Vivo X90 Pro+, a flagship model that had been on the market for 9 months. Its consistent excellence in appearance, feel, camera, and performance placed it in a respectable third place, with an average running score of 1611508.
In the sub-flagship market, the two models equipped with Snapdragon 7+ Gen2 processors held their ground. The Redmi Note12 Turbo claimed first place with an average running score of 1150430, closely followed by the Realme GT Neo5 SE at 1131196. Both phones provided excellent performance at an affordable price, making them a great choice for budget-conscious consumers.
The iQOO Neo7 SE secured the third spot, boasting a Dimensity 8200 processor. Despite its impressive performance, the Snapdragon 7+ Gen2’s higher price seemed to hinder its market expansion, leaving only two products in this category.
With August now upon us, the battle for new phones in the second half of the year is set to begin in earnest, and consumers can look forward to even more powerful and innovative devices in the months to come. As the competition intensifies, one thing is certain: the race for smartphone supremacy is far from over.