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Xiaomi and Redmi top four of AnTuTu's latest price-performance charts thanks to bestsellers like the Redmi Note 8 Pro and Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro

The Redmi Note 8 Pro and Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro top their respective charts for price/performance. (Image source: Xiaomi)
The Redmi Note 8 Pro and Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro top their respective charts for price/performance. (Image source: Xiaomi)
AnTuTu has published its latest Android smartphone price-performance charts, and they make for good reading for Xiaomi in particular. The Chinese OEM and its subsidiary Redmi top four out of five charts. The Redmi Note 8 Pro leads the cheapest range while the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro heads the pack in the 4,500 yuan (US$641) and above table.

There is something of a love affair going on between the Chinese benchmark site AnTuTu and the Chinese OEM Xiaomi at the moment. The testing company has released five charts covering different price segments of the domestic smartphone market, and four out of five of the tables are headed by a device from Xiaomi or Redmi. It’s a remarkable feat, although one can question AnTuTu’s perceived bias in this regard. The scoring system is based on how much the smartphone costs and how well it scores in AnTuTu’s performance benchmarks.

The five price-performance charts (see images below) are led by the following smartphones:

  • 0-1,499 yuan (US$0–US$214): Redmi Note 8 Pro 6 GB + 64 GB & MediaTek Helio G90T
  • 1,500–1,999 yuan (US$214–US$285): Redmi 10X 5G 6 GB + 64 GB & MediaTek Dimensity 820
  • 2,000–2,999 yuan (US$285–US$428): Redmi K30 Pro 6 GB + 128 GB & Qualcomm Snapdragon 865
  • 3,000–4,499 yuan (US$428–US$641): Tencent Black Shark Game Phone 3 8 GB + 128 GB & SD 865
  • 4,500 yuan+ (US$641+): Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro 8 GB + 256 GB & SD 865

The AnTuTu charts seem to be a visual demonstration of why Xiaomi and Redmi have been so popular, because of the great price/performance offered by their smartphones. Xiaomi is seemingly moving more toward the premium market and has left Redmi to fend for itself in the lower reaches, which the latter is managing in a more than capable manner as can be seen by the presence of all the Redmi devices in the lowest-range chart. The results also show how MediaTek is starting to take a grip over the more affordable sector of the smartphone market while the evergreen Snapdragon 865 remains the SoC of choice at the other end.

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)

Source(s)

AnTuTu (in Chinese) & Weibo (AnTuTu - in Chinese) via Gizmochina

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Daniel R Deakin, 2020-07- 8 (Update: 2020-07- 8)
Daniel R Deakin
Daniel R Deakin - Managing Editor News
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.