Newly Launched Snapdragon 7+ Gen 3 Leads AnTuTu Mid-range Ranking for March 2024

Snapdragon 7+ Gen 3 launch

The latest AnTuTu mid-range ranking is here. And while it’s the Dimensity 8300 Ultra used to be a familiar leader in this list, things changed this time. The newly launched Snapdragon 7+ Gen 3 has taken the first spot. With this, Qualcomm finally has a performance-focused mid-range processor for AnTuTu’s chart.

What’s more important is that we see a decent leap in performance from the Snapdragon 7+ Gen 2. To be exact, the new 7+ Gen 3 has more than a 5% lead over the Dimensity 8300 Ultra in terms of the average performance score. And for those wondering, it’s a new phone from OnePlus that’s holding the topmost position.

A Closer Look At The Latest Mid-Range Chart from AnTuTu

So, the phone that’s leading the AnTuTu mid-range ranking of March 2024 is the OnePlus Ace 3V. It launched as the first phone with the Snapdragon 7+ Gen 3. And this phone currently holds the top spot with an average score of 14,66,728 points. To compare, the Realme GT Neo5 SE with 7+ Gen 2 has 11,56,867 points. It’s holding the third position.

OnePlus Ace 3V

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This difference in score shows that Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 7+ Gen 3 is indeed a proper successor. As for the previous champ, the Redmi K70E with Dimensity 8300 Ultra, it’s holding the second position with a score of 13,91,125. The fourth phone in the AnTuTu mid-range phone ranking of March 2024 is another 7+ Gen 2-powered device. It’s the Redmi Note 11 Turbo. That phone has an average of 11,41,660 points.

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Redmi K70E

We see the second Dimensity-powered smartphone in the fifth position. It’s the Oppo Reno11 5G with Dimensity 8200. This phone has secured an average score of 10,01,672 points. You can check out the rest of the list from the image attached below.

AnTuTu Mid range ranking

One thing to note here is that AnTuTu phone ranking isn’t the only thing that you should consider. In addition, factor in real-world performance and other metrics such as display, camera, and battery life to decide your next phone.

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