Redmi 10X Pro 5G leapfrogs the regular Redmi 10X as AnTuTu's latest midrange smartphone performance chart stays mostly static
The AnTuTu midrange smartphone chart for October hasn’t revealed any big surprises, with the benchmark site opining that there is currently much more movement in the high-end flagship sector and affordable budget-level sector of the smartphone market at the moment. Redmi once again possesses the top two spots in the chart, but for this month it is the turn of the Redmi 10X Pro to carry the crown with an average of 398,483 points while the regular Redmi 10X 5G smartphone slips down a spot on 393,622 points.
However, there is very little difference in regard to performance results for the two Redmi 10X smartphones. This is hardly surprising as both Redmi devices feature the octa-core MediaTek Dimensity 820 processor, utilize UFS 2.1 storage, and they have 6.57-inch AMOLED screens. The main differences between the Redmi 10X Pro 5G and Redmi 10X 5G are the main and selfie camera specifications and fast-charging capabilities (33 W vs. 22.5 W).
The only other movement in the new midrange smartphone performance table is another example of a Pro model leapfrogging its regular stablemate. The Huawei Nova 7 Pro has sneaked past the Nova 7 by a very slim margin: 382,866 points vs. 382,771 points. The presence of five different processors from three different companies shows how competitive and tight the midrange smartphone sector still is.