AnTuTu is one of the smartphone benchmarks most loved by the community, especially by the Android one. On the other hand, benchmarks on AnTuTu and other platforms like GeekBench are among the strong points of marketing many smartphones: for this reason, AnTuTu is trying to diversify its benchmark offering, always introducing new ones.
After being almost boycotted by Google in early 2020, the benchmark portal began implementing features and tests for all components of smartphones, testing not only the overall performances, but also those of the CPU, the GPU
The latest benchmark implemented by AnTuTu, available with the latest update of the Android app, concerns the battery, charging speed and the temperature of the smartphone. The decision to introduce this new test, in all probability, depends on the fact that the popularity of fast-charging technologies is increasing rapidly, making the battery one of the main selling points of many phones, especially among those in China.
On the other hand, at the moment very few platforms test the speed of charging smartphones, while many of those that check fast-charging levels and battery capacity are mostly used by professionals and are unergonomic for the public.
With version 9.2.7 of AnTuTu, however, testing the Android smartphone battery is available for all users, although the process is rather slow and cumbersome, since it requires a full charge from 30% to 100% of the battery of the de
In short, it is not the easiest test to perform, but it is still an interesting possibility offered by AnTuTu: by the way, do you know what is the highest score ever recorded on AnTuTu?