Redmi K30 series devices rock the new AnTuTu smartphone price-performance charts by claiming three out of five top spots
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There seems to be a lot of love for Xiaomi and Redmi in the latest Android smartphone price-performance charts from the benchmark operator AnTuTu. As usual, five charts have been produced, ranging from the budget end right up to the most premium devices. Redmi has managed to grasp onto top position in four of the charts, with three of those being occupied by devices from the Redmi K30 range:
- 0-1,499 yuan (US$0–US$224): Redmi 10X 5G 6 GB + 128 GB
- 1,500–1,999 yuan (US$224–US$299): Redmi K30 Ultra 6 GB + 128 GB
- 2,000–2,999 yuan (US$299–US$449): Redmi K30S Ultra 8 GB + 128 GB
- 3,000–4,499 yuan (US$449–US$674): Redmi K30 Pro Zoom 8 GB + 256 GB
- 4,500 yuan+ (US$674+): iQOO 5 Pro 8 GB + 256 GB
It’s an admirable feat by Xiaomi/Redmi, especially when you factor in that there is a total of 12 Redmi-branded smartphones dotted around the charts and a further three devices from the Xiaomi Mi brand. In fact, Xiaomi is only just short of commanding first place in all five charts, as the Mi 10 Ultra has to settle for third place in the 4,500 yuan+ chart behind the iQOO 5 Pro and Meizu 17 Pro.
Naturally it helps that Xiaomi seems to be going through a period of constantly releasing new smartphones to an eager public, with a number of devices due over the next few months, including the Redmi Note X (or Redmi Note 10), a possible Redmi K40 series, the expected Xiaomi Mi 11 lineup and maybe even a return to the Mi Mix line in early 2021.