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Redmi is the clear cost-effective champion as 11 Redmi smartphones appear in the latest price-performance charts from AnTuTu

Redmi smartphones from the K30 range do well in the price-performance charts. (Image source: Xiaomi)
Redmi smartphones from the K30 range do well in the price-performance charts. (Image source: Xiaomi)
Redmi has shown itself to be the clear champion of AnTuTu’s latest price-performance charts. Not only does the Xiaomi subsidiary top three of the charts, but it also has a total of 11 devices appearing in the five tables. Only the iQOO Z1 manages to disturb Xiaomi and Redmi’s dominance in leading each chart.

There’s no doubt that Redmi attracts customers by the millions due to its lineup of devices that offer terrific performance for mostly affordable prices. AnTuTu has crowned the Xiaomi subsidiary as champion of three of its price-performance charts, with Xiaomi and iQOO topping the remaining two. The five charts are headed by the following devices:

  • 0-1,499 yuan (US$0–US$216): Redmi Note 8 Pro 6 GB + 64 GB & MediaTek Helio G90T
  • 1,500–1,999 yuan (US$216–US$287): Redmi 10X 5G 6 GB + 64 GB & MediaTek Dimensity 820
  • 2,000–2,999 yuan (US$287–US$431): iQOO Z1 6 GB + 128 GB & MediaTek Dimensity 1000+
  • 3,000–4,499 yuan (US$431–US$647): Redmi K30 Pro Zoom 8 GB + 128 GB & SD 865
  • 4,500 yuan+ (US$647+): Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro 8 GB + 256 GB & SD 865

The iQOO Z1 managed to knock the Redmi K30 Pro off its relevant chart top position, with the former brandishing a performance-friendly MediaTek Dimensity 1000+ processor. MediaTek chips now power three out of the top five listed smartphones for price-performance. The Redmi K30 Pro Zoom pushed Tencent’s Black Shark 3 out of first place, while the gaming phone was also leapfrogged by the iQOO 3.

What’s patently obvious to see from the AnTuTu charts is that Redmi is succeeding in appealing to the widest audience possible while leaving parent company Xiaomi to offer smartphones that now reside at the premium end. A total of 11 Redmi devices appear in the charts:

  1. Redmi Note 8 Pro – 1st chart 1
  2. Redmi 9 – 3rd chart 1
  3. Redmi K30i 5G – 5th chart 1
  4. Redmi 10X 4G – 6th chart 1
  5. Redmi K30 – 7th chart 1
  6. Redmi 10X 5G – 1st chart 2
  7. Redmi K30 5G Speed Edition – 2nd chart 2
  8. Redmi K30 5G – 4th chart 2
  9. Redmi K30 Pro – 2nd chart 3
  10. Redmi 10X Pro 5G – 8th chart 3
  11. Redmi K30 Pro Zoom – 1st chart 4
0-1,499 yuan. (Image source: AnTuTu)
0-1,499 yuan. (Image source: AnTuTu)
1,500-1,999 yuan. (Image source: AnTuTu)
1,500-1,999 yuan. (Image source: AnTuTu)
2,000-2,999 yuan. (Image source: AnTuTu)
2,000-2,999 yuan. (Image source: AnTuTu)
3,000-4,499 yuan. (Image source: AnTuTu)
3,000-4,499 yuan. (Image source: AnTuTu)
4,500 yuan+. (Image source: AnTuTu)
4,500 yuan+. (Image source: AnTuTu)

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AnTuTu (in Chinese)

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Daniel R Deakin, 2020-08- 6 (Update: 2020-08- 6)
Daniel R Deakin
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My interest in technology began after I was presented with an Atari 800XL home computer in the mid-1980s. I especially enjoy writing about technological advances, compelling rumors, and intriguing tech-related leaks. I have a degree in International Relations and Strategic Studies and count my family, reading, writing, and travel as the main passions of my life. I have been with Notebookcheck since 2012.