We all know AnTuT's performance benchmark very well. The company publishes regularly ranking of the most powerful smartphones for a specific month. However, they also develop other interesting rankings based on performance.
One of them is ranking of the best affordable smartphones. Or in other words - smartphones that will offer you the most for the least money.
AnTuTu has published rankings of smartphones with the best price / performance ratio for the month of February / February 2019. Rankings are available in 4 different price categories. The rankings were compiled based on the average AnTuTu score and current prices in the Chinese e-shop JD.com for each smartphone.
Category up to 150 € / 3900 CZK
The new one has clearly become the king of cheap smartphones Redmi Note 7 in a version with 3 GB RAM and 32 GB memory. It is sold in China for 999 yuan, ie 135 € / 3400 CZK. The smartphone was awarded a score of 143.6 VFM (Value for money). In the AnTuTu performance test, he scored over 143 points.
The smartphone came in second with a score of 120 VFM Lenovo K5 Pro in a version with 4 GB RAM and 64 GB memory. Its price in China is at the level of 950 yuan, in terms of approximately 130 € / 3250 CZK. In AnTuT, the result reached 103 thousand points.
He took third place Meizu Notes 8 with price 120 € / 3100 CZK. In the ranking we also find several models from Honor, while Lenovo is in the vast majority.
Xiaomi also reigns over flagships
Xiaomi also achieves interesting results in the category of smartphones from 265 to 400 € - the segment of Chinese flagships. Xiaomi belongs to the first two places. The Mi 8 leads, close to the latest Xiaomi Mi 9. Third place went to rival Meizu 16th. However, we can also find other models from Xiaomi in the ranking.
For example, Xiaomi Mi MIX 2S in 6th place, 7th place belongs to Mi 8 Pro and 9th place to Mi 8 Explorer Edition. Although the data is purely from the Chinese market, we are convinced that Xiaomi would achieve very similar results on the international market. Their pricing policy clearly defeats competition.
Do you own any of the listed smartphones? Are you happy with him?