Few flagship phones launch today with performance with which you'd be disappointed, and thus our benchmark results that reveal which is the fastest phone or the most powerful phone become less relevant. Rather, consumers look to which phone offers the longest battery life, the best cameras or the coolest extra features, or they go with the brand with which they are most familiar or the phone they think looks the best.
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• Geekbench 4 (processing performance)
• AnTuTu 3D (processing performance)
• GFXBench T-Rex and Manhattan (onscreen graphics performance)
• Geekbench 3 battery test (battery performance)
* Note that the battery test has been removed from Geekbench 4
• Apple iPhone 7 review
• Apple iPhone 7 Plus review
• Google Pixel review
• Google Pixel XL review
• HTC 10 review
• Huawei P9 review
• LG G5 review
• Moto Z review
• OnePlus 3T review
• Samsung Galaxy S7 review
• Samsung Galaxy S7 edge review
• Sony Xperia XZ review
• Xiaomi Mi5s review
Keep in mind while browsing our benchmark results that benchmark boosters are real, and there is little we can do about this. Benchmarks should always be taken with a pinch of salt (we've seen the same phones giving wildly varying results within minutes of each test), and used as only one factor in your purchasing decision.
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