The Lenovo Z5 Pro GT is set to launch in less than a week and when it does, it will be the fastest smartphone in the world – according to AnTuTu, at least. The phone and its Snapdragon 855 chipset posted the highest score on the benchmark.
Yes, that includes the iPhone XS Max score and its Apple A12 Bionic chipset. Okay, technically the Royole Flexpai is already available (in China) and it uses the same S855 chip, but we haven’t seen AnTuTu scores from it yet.
Here’s how the Lenovo Z5 Pro GT compares to the Apple chipset, Huawei’s Kirin 980 and leaked scores for other S855-powered phones and the Galaxy S10+ with Exynos 9820.
Higher is better
Sony Xperia XZ4 (leak) 395721
Lenovo Z5 Pro GT 371273
Apple iPhone XS Max 353210
Galaxy 10+ (leak) 325076
Huawei Mate 20 Pro (perf.) 308050
Only the Xperia XZ4 score is higher, but that phone won’t be announced for at least a month, so we can’t be sure what hardware and software ran the benchmark.
So, as far as officially unveiled phones go, Lenovo’s slider flagship is top dog.