Xiaomi Mi 10T Lite takes on the OnePlus Nord in the AnTuTu benchmark and wins by a hair
It appears the Xiaomi Mi 10T Lite could be the OnePlus Nord “killer” that has been basically prophesized ever since OnePlus launched its midrange contender onto the crowded smartphone market. The OnePlus Nord is the leader of the pack according to AnTuTu’s global chart for mid-range smartphones, thanks to its average score of 326,958 points. This is for the 8 GB + 128 GB variant that comes with a Snapdragon 765G processor and currently costs €399/£379 from the official OnePlus webstore.
However, the Xiaomi Mi 10T Lite has come and ruined the Nord party, at least for now, thanks to its reported AnTuTu performance benchmark result of 329,032 points (+0.6%). Keeping in mind this is a single test score while the OnePlus Nord has had to record over 1,000 results to achieve its current position in the AnTuTu global mid-range chart, although it still bodes well for the Mi 10T Lite. The Xiaomi smartphone is cheaper than the OnePlus Nord but comes with different configuration options: The 6 GB + 128 GB variant is priced at €329.
The image of the Xiaomi Mi 10T Lite, which was shared on Weibo and Twitter by the noted tech tipster Digital Chat Station, does not reveal the individual section scores for the AnTuTu run (CPU, GPU, memory, UX). However, another image does show it is the 128 GB variant of the Mi 10T Lite, which comes with the more sprightly UFS 2.2 storage whereas the OnePlus Nord has to settle for the UFS 2.1 variant, which doesn’t feature the WriteBooster application. Also, the Xiaomi mid-range competitor sports a Snapdragon 750G, which has already been shown to offer better performance over the SD 765G.