Along with the top 10 flagship phones, Antutu also released its top 10 mid-range phones for 2019.
Antutu employed the same methodology for ranking phones by averaging the Antutu benchmark V8 results of at least 1,000 phones per model between December 1 to December 31, 2019. Hence, if a phone is not included in the list, it’s possible that it did not meet the minimum observation requirement.
The Redmi Note 8 Pro retained its number 1 spot, averaging a score of 290,093 points. Taking the number two spot is a new addition on the list is the recently released Mi Note 10 (6GB+128GB) equipped with a Snapdragon 730G, which managed to score an average of 264,896 points. Also retaining its spot is the Mi 9T (6GB+128GB), which managed to score an average of 258,740. The rest of the phones on the list are the Samsung A80 (8GB+128GB), Mi 9 SE (6GB+128GB), Realme XT (8GB+128GB), Realme Q (8GB+128GB), Mi 9 Lite (6GB+128GB), Redmi Note 7 Pro (6GB+128GB), and lastly the Vsmart Live (6GB+64GB).
Compared to November’s list, the top 10 performing mid-range phones for December saw almost no change, except for the Mi Note 10 taking the Reno 2’s number 2 spot. Antutu, however, expects the list to change as phone manufacturers use the latest chipsets for their new phones. If you want to read Antutu’s full report, you can check out the link here.