After seeing the ranking of more performing smartphones and that of devices with the best specification ratio price, today we're going to take a look at the ranking of the most popular Android smartphones for the month of February. As always, the ranking was produced by the well-known Chinese platform AnTuTu, with data that was collected from February 1 to February 28, 2023.
These are the most liked smartphones in February according to AnTuTu
First place: Xiaomi 12S Ultra
Acceptance rate: 95,05%
After its release last summer, the Xiaomi 12S Ultra ranked first in the chart for four consecutive months. Now, after missing the previous month, the smartphone is back at the top of the chart. We note that since its release, the device has not seen any price reductions. The 12S Ultra is considered to be the most valuable smartphone ever released by Xiaomi and that makes us excited about the upcoming Xiaomi 13 Ultra.
At the moment, there are already several leaks about the next one Xiaomi 13Ultra, whose overall design is still based on that of the Xiaomi 12S Ultra.
Second place: Xiaomi 13 Pro
Acceptance rate: 94,81%
Lo Xiaomi 13 Pro it ranked second in the approval rating, with a 94,81% approval rating. Xiaomi's two flagships occupy the first and second respectively, therefore a real success.
This year's Xiaomi 13 Pro adopts a new design, with the camera module becoming square, and the three Leica-certified lenses include a 14mm f/2.2 50MP ultra-wide-angle camera that supports super macro; a 23mm f/1.9 main camera with 50MP resolution, 989-inch Sony IMX1 sensor, single pixel 1.6um/integrated pixel 3.2um, 8P aspherical mirror professional anti-reflection coating and HyperOIS system for image stabilization; finally a 75mm f/2.0 floating camera with 50MP resolution, OIS moving focus and 10cm super close-up.
Obviously the latest Xiaomi flagship is powered by the powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen2 processor, 6,73 ″ AMOLED WQHD + display, has a 4820 mAh battery with support for 120W HyperCharge charging, 50W wireless charging and reverse wireless charging at 10W
Third place: OnePlus 11
Acceptance rate: 94,52%
The OnePlus 11 is a product that comes with several very obvious pros and cons. While some criticize its screen, OnePlus' latest flagship is also one of the best performing smartphones. Also, in China, its series starts with a minimum of 12GB RAM memory, the only brand to do so. Unfortunately, however, it also uses a previous generation E4 screen.
That said, thanks to its high amount of RAM and internal storage, the OnePlus 11 it proved to be one of the most popular smartphones in the market for the month of February. We also recall that he took first place in the performance list.
The OnePlus 11 is in fact driven by the powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen2. Other specs onboard the device include a 50MP main camera (890/1-inch Sony IMX1,56 sensor), a 48MP ultra-wide-angle camera with 115° field of view, and a 32MP portrait camera with 2X optical zoom. Finally, the OnePlus 11 is powered by a 5000mAh battery and supports 100W SUPERVOOC charging.
In addition to the above models, we find Honor X40 GT (94,04% approval rate), Huawei P50 Pro (93,78% approval rate), iQOO Neo7 Racing Edition (92,84% approval rate). , vivo X90 Pro+ (92,62% approval rate), Mi 13 (92,42% approval rate), Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra (92,38% approval rate), iQOO 11 Pro (91,05% approval rate by XNUMX%) and other models also entered the top ten.
In summary, the two Xiaomi flagships and the OnePlus 11 make up the top three in this year's popularity ranking.