AnTuTu publishes monthly rankings androidthat highlight the best smartphones, both in overall terms and in the various price ranges. However, the benchmark site also publishes graphs showing which specifications were most present in the most popular smartphones launched in 2020. First of all, what emerges from An Tutu’s analysis is that almost all new phones have a non-display. less than 6 inches diagonal (although in the public there are those who would appreciate smaller dimensions , edr).
Specifically, the most popular displays are 6.5-inch ones. Also on the resolution it seems that now the choice of manufacturers always falls on Full HD + , with 2340 × 1080 in 29.3% of cases and 1080 × 2400 (26.2%, edr). Turning instead to the hardware side, it is impossible not to underline Qualcomm’s dominance: the mobile device processors of the US manufacturer cover 58.5% of the market share and keep MediaTek, Exons and HI Silicon’s Kirin far apart. Almost all smartphones now have octa-core processors (96.3%).
Although products with 12 GB of RAM increase , the widespread use of cheap devices prevents the presence of this huge memory: there are still many phones with 6 GB and 4 GB. The same goes for ROM, with an increase in smartphones with 128 GB of storage. Finally, the operating system, with 78% of products running with Android 10 and 11.5% with Android 9 (very few phones with previous versions), waiting for a more marked spread of Android 11.