AnTuTu’s Top 10 Mid-range phones for March 2020
Alongside the release of AnTuTu’s top 10 flagship phones for this quarter, they also released the top 10 mid-range smartphones.
Using the same methodology, AnTuTu ranked phones based on the average scores of at least 1,000 phones per model between March 1 to March 31.
Xiaomi took the top three spots once again, with the Redmi Note 8 Pro taking the number one spot, followed by the Mi Note 10 Pro and Mi 9T. The Galaxy A71 replaced last year’s Galaxy A80 in the number 4 spot, scoring an average of 265,041 points. Interestingly, the Realme X2 makes its debut in AnTuTu’s top 10, taking the number 5 spot with a score of 265,028.
The rest of the phones in the top 10 are the Mi Note 10 (last year’s top 2), Galaxy A80 (last year’s top 4), Realme Q (last year’s top 7), Realme XT (last year’s top 6) and lastly the Mi 9 SE, which moved down five spots from top 5 to top 10.
Again, new releases with the Snapdragon 720G chipset, such as the Redmi Note 9s and Realme 6, were not yet included in the list. Moreover, phones with the stronger 5G capable Snapdragon 765, such as the Realme X50, are still not included in the list. If you want to read Antutu’s full report, you can check out the link here.