Xiaomi’s Mi 9 tops AnTuTu’s list of best performing Android phones in March 2019

AnTuTu just lately unveiled the the highest ten best performing Android smartphones for the month of March 2019, with Xiaomi’s flagship Mi 9 main the rating. 
Xiaomi's Mi 9 tops AnTuTu's list of best performing Android phones in March
Xiaomi’s Mi 9

Based on its rating, the Mi 9 secured to most sensible spot with the absolute best moderate rating of 371, 423 issues. 

As in the past reported, the tool is one of probably the most robust smartphones these days. It has a trendy 3-D glass design, 6.39-inch Gorilla Glass 6 safe FHD+ display, beastly Snapdragon 855 processor, 3,300mAh battery with TÜV secure fast charging certification, and the 48MP f/1.75 Sony IMX586 sensor + 16MP f/2.2 Sony IMX481 w/ 117-degree extremely wide-angle sensor + 12MP f/2.2 Samsung S5K3M5 2x telephoto sensor.

Xiaomi made the Mi 9 to be had in the Philippines past due in March. It comes with 6GB RAM and 64GB or 128GB of garage. You can get in piano black, ocean blue, and lavander violet colours.

AnTuTu's top 10 smartphones in March
AnTuTu’s most sensible 10 smartphones in March

Also integrated in the highest five had been Korean logo Samsung’s Samsung S10 (SDM855) with 358, 845 issues; Samsung S10+ (9820) with 332,118; and Samsung S10 (9820) with 328,446 issues.

China’s Vivo, whilst it was once its first time to be integrated in the list, got here 3rd with Vivo iQOO Monster recording 356,004 issues.

Other smartphones that entered the list had been Samsung S10e (9820) with 327,205 issues; Honor V20 with 301,003 issues; Huawei Mate 20X with 300,707 issues; Huawei P30 Pro with 298,572 issues; and Mi Mix 3 with 296,972 issues. 

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Source: AnTuTu ^(https://www.antutu.com/en/doc/117573.htm)

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