AnTuTu benchmark updated its own rating of the most productive smartphones as of the end of May 2016. If two months ago, the top was headed by the Xiaomi Mi 5 flagship, then this time it had to go down to fourth place, giving way to new smartphones from other manufacturers in China. The curved flagship Vivo Xplay 5 Elite led the top three. It is followed by LeEco Le Max 2 and ZUK Z2 Pro, who took second and third places respectively. All devices received 6 GB of RAM and a powerful top-end Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor with four Kryo cores operating at a frequency of up to 2.15 GHz and Adreno 530 graphics. It should be noted that despite the smaller amount of RAM, the average result is Xiaomi Mi 5, which took the fourth place, only 1.4% lower than that of the new leader. The flagship Samsung Galaxy S7, running on the Snapdragon 820, took 5th position. Other places were allocated by the following models: Last year’s iPhone 6S model with a 2-core Apple A9 processor and 2 GB of RAM is slightly, but inferior to the flagships of the current year. Following it was the 4-inch iPhone SE released this year. The new LG G5 was already in eighth place. They close the top ten Meizu Pro 6 on the ten-core Helio X25 and Honor V8 with the proprietary Kirin 850.