A Redmi machine will outperform Samsung’s Galaxy flagship, at least in terms of Up’s main Chong Liu test. Configured, the Redmi Note 8 Pro is equipped with mediatek Helio G90T processor, the Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus is the Exynos 990, two phones in the same network environment, 60Hz refresh rate, empty the background tasks and enter the “PUBG” Mobile game, turn on 60FPS, smooth picture quality, turn off anti-aliasing.
On record, the Redmi Note 8 Pro held steady at an average of 59.2FPS, compared with 53.8FPS for Samsung, and the jitter during the game was more pronounced.
After a game, the Redmi Note 8 Pro has a battery temperature of 41.6 degrees and Samsung 43 degrees.
In terms of power consumption, Samsung also has no advantage, with power consumption of 3.51W, 13% power loss, and the Redmi Note 8 Pro only 10%.
Sometimes the reality is so cruel.