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AnTuTu presents ranking of the best Android phones according to quality / price

Android it is everywhere. AnTuTu developers not only determine the most powerful smartphones, but also rank the best models that are closest to the title of optimal solutions in terms of price/performance ratio. In addition, the relationship made by AnTuTu takes into account the price segment in which the smartphones were presented.

It should be noted that the price evaluated in each piece of equipment Android by AnTuTu is based on the Chinese market. This is how Oppo Find X5 Pro Dimensity Edition was recognized as a leader in the segment from $755. Vivo X Note came in second place and Oppo Find X5 Pro closed the top three.

Among devices priced from $605 to $755, the Black Shark 5 Pro took first place, leaving the Nubia Red Magic 7 Pro and iQOO 9 Pro behind.

In the category of smartphones from 455 to 605 dollars, the top three are Realme GT 2 Pro, iQOO 9 and Nubia Z40 Pro. Among the devices presented in the price segment from 300 to 455 dollars, Realme GT is recognized as the leader, Realme GT Neo 3 is in the second line and iQOO Neo6 is the third.

If we are talking about relatively affordable devices priced up to $300, then Motorola Edge S30 is in first place. Second and third position go to Redmi Note 10 Pro and Realme GT Neo 2T, respectively.

AnTuTu ranking divided by price and quality/price score (at the end)
AnTuTu ranking divided by price and quality/price score (at the end)
AnTuTu ranking divided by price and quality/price score (at the end)
AnTuTu ranking divided by price and quality/price score (at the end)
AnTuTu ranking divided by price and quality/price score (at the end)
AnTuTu ranking divided by price and quality/price score (at the end)
AnTuTu ranking divided by price and quality/price score (at the end)
AnTuTu ranking divided by price and quality/price score (at the end)
AnTuTu ranking divided by price and quality/price score (at the end)

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