AnTuTu just released a batch of lists of top-performing smartphones last November. Part of the collection are the top-performing smartphones in the midrange category.
Dominating the AnTuTu top-performing midrange smartphones is the Xiaomi Mi Note 8 Pro. The top-of-the-line 6GB/128GB model got an average score of 283,092. That’s thanks to its MediaTek G90T chipset that was geared for gamers.
Ironically, taking the second spot is the more expensive OPPO Reno 2. Its Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G processor allowed it to get an average score of 260,650. While next to it is another one from Xiaomi, the Mi 9T (251,491).
Taking the fourth spot is the only Samsung device in this list, the Samsung Galaxy A80 with a score of 244,168. Next to it is another Xiaomi device, the Xiaomi Mi 9 SE (220,316).
The sixth and seventh seats were owned by Realme. We have the Realme XT (217,845) on number six, that’s next to the Realme Q with a score of 217,345.
We have Xiaomi smartphones once again on the eighth and ninth spots. We have the Mi 9 Lite and the Redmi Note 7 Pro, who got scores of 209,523 and 207,781, respectively. Lastly, we have the Vsmart Live (206,778) manages to take a seat on this top list at number 10.
Obviously, both Xiaomi and Realme dominated this AnTuTu top-performing midrange smartphone list. This isn’t that surprising since we’re seeing a bunch of killer budget offerings from these Chinese tech brands recently.