Redmi 10X, 10X Pro, and OPPO Reno3 5G with Dimensity SoCs rule the AnTuTu midrange smartphone performance chart for the first half of 2020
AnTuTu has released its half-year performance chart for midrange devices, which is based on the average scores produced by smartphones that have had at least 5,000 effective results. This means the chart is slightly different in comparison to the most recently published monthly chart. For instance, in June it was the Redmi 10X Pro that topped the list, whereas now it is the OPPO Reno3 5G heading the chart, thus giving OPPO the crown in both the midrange and flagship performance charts for the first half of 2020.
Yet again, it’s a great result for MediaTek, with both the MediaTek Dimensity 1000L and Dimensity 820 processors looking far superior to the majority of their rivals. It appears that only the Kirin 985 chip found in the Huawei Nova 7 and Huawei Nova 7 Pro can really give the Dimensity SoCs a decent run for their money at the moment. Smartphones sporting either the Kirin 820 or Snapdragon 765G bring up the rear.
New devices from companies such as Huawei and Redmi should shake things up a little bit in the Android midrange smartphone performance chart later this year, but it remains to be seen what chipset can break MediaTek’s current stranglehold in this sector. At this rate, it might only be another Dimensity-wielding device that can penetrate the top three spots of the chart that are firmly held by the Redmi 10X 5G, Redmi 10X Pro 5G, and OPPO Reno3 5G.
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