The AnTuTu benchmark recently released the list of the 10 most powerful smartphones registered in its database. Now the company has just launched a new ranking, this time with the best smartphones in terms of cost-benefit.
When it comes to fairly priced handsets, Chinese manufacturers generally stand out against Samsung, Apple, LG, Sony and other giants. In this way, it was already expected to see only brands based in China present in this top 10.
The ranking is set up as follows: the benchmark takes the score reached by a particular cell phone and divides by the price that is charged by the manufacturer. Here we see that the ZUK Z2 is the current king in value for money, where it offers the best performance at the price that is charged by Lenovo.
The model has several options in terms of memory and in the case of the champion of the cost-benefit we have the version with 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage. It is the cheapest Snapdragon 820 flagship on the market, currently costing $ 173 ($ 540 without taxes).
Secondly, we have LeEco Le Max with 4 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage, followed by LeEco Le 2 with 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal memory. Besides these two, we also have Le Pro 3 in the ranking, showing that LeEco offers several models with great cost-benefit.
At the end of the list, we have Redmi Note 4 (3 GB + 64 GB) in the tenth position. Stress not to have hardware as powerful as the ZUK Z2, this intermediary of Xiaomi still presents a good balance between cost and performance.