The Indian market is one of the key for producers of consumer electronics. This is where the most powerful players clash and bring cost-effective devices. After the presentation of the Galaxy M series, it is evident that the fight between Xiaomi and Samsung is inflamed.

Soon Redmi Note 7 will sell in India, but it does not change the fact that the brand has already started to create a lot of confusion around itself. The latest tweet published by Redmi is aimed directly at Samsung. The Chinese manufacturer proves that Redmi Note 7 surpasses the other device with the designation M in the most popular benchmark application AnTuTu. Xiaomi did not mention the name of the device, but we all know that the brand is talking about the newly presented Galaxy M20. The post shows that Redmi Note 7 finished the test with the score of 143000 points, and Galaxy M20 managed to get 123,000 points in AnTuTu . As you probably know, the heart of the Samsung Galaxy M20 is the new SoC system – Exynos 7904 SoC, and performance in Redmi Note 7 provides Snapdragon 660.

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– Redmi India (@ RedDIndia) February 5, 2019

Bearing in mind the fact that the final result in AnTuTu consists of the performance of the processor, graphics, RAM, and speed of memory, it is no wonder that Galaxy M20 lost in this duel . Redmi Note 7 just got a higher score, because the Snapdragon 660 has two more more efficient cores than the Exynos 7904 in the Galaxy M20, and also because the Snapdragon 660 has a stronger GPU than in Exynos 7904. At the moment it is still not clear when Redmi Note 7 will debut on the Indian market. However, bearing in mind the increased activity of Redmi, it can be assumed that it will appear in early March. One can not hide that the Galaxy M20 can compete with the Redmi smartphone primarily with a more capacious battery, a smaller chin, and the suggested retail price, which in the case of the strongest variant was set at 12990 Indian rupees (~ 687 PLN).