Battle Xiaomi Android Phones for Heavy Gaming, Fast multitasking?

Rengar

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@Xsjx Huawei is pretty good but i dont like this company....
Sony has weak battery.
I like lenovo :)

Althought Huawei is a little stonger than Lenovo, i prefer Lenovo :)
If you find something else tell me and thanks ;)
 
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Gdant

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@Xsjx i looked WilleyFox and it seems pretty good BUT they are not available in my country :(
@Gdant i want to buy Xiaomi redmi note 4 but there are 2 problems:

1)The screen is huge
2)the price is too low for what the phone offers and im suspicious if something goes wrong with it and waste my money :(

I can give 200€ and less for a decent phone, big battery and for decent gaming but if i look to Samsung, LG, Sony, HTC there is nothing ike that and all their phones are 200€ plus.....
From the current conversation, I think these are the companies available in your market for budget range smartphones, tell me if there are more so I will add them up too for comparison
Lenovo, Xiaomi, Huawei, Motorola

Lenovo has Lenovo K6 power and Lenovo P2 mobiles in budget market. From both, P2 is better as it has SD (snapdragon) 625 SoC whereas other one as SD 430 only. So no doubt P2 is better and have AMOLED display too.

Xiaomi has Redmi Note 4 with good battery life and better build quality.

Huawei has Honor 6X with dual camera and its own Kirin processor.

Motorola has Moto G5 Plus

Overall performance (not considering value for money) - Moto G5 Plus > Lenovo P2 >~ Redmi Note 4> Huawei Honor 6X

But still for budget phones Redmi Note4 is value for money..But G5 plus is overall winner..
 
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@Gdant And you thoughts on Lenovo K6 ?
Lenovo K6 is good but as its price range is also low so don't expect much from it for Gaming..There is not so much price difference between lenovo K6 and Redmi Note 4 but in terms of specs, there is lots of difference. So going to more in detail I would go in this way between xiaomi, lenovo, Moto

Moto G5 Plus > Lenovo P2 > Redmi Note 3 Pro (cpu performance wise) > Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 > Lenovo K6 > Redmi 4 (order of how powerful phone is compare to other while the price order is just reverse)

After searching www.skroutz.gr and www.kaizer.gr, I got that they doesn't provide the processor code, they only give frequency :eek:
Xiaomi make two product of same model for Redmi note 3 and note 4, one with snapdragon chipset and other one with mediatek.
May I know which chipset they provide in your country? ours has Snapdragon and have rated accordingly:p
 
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Rengar

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Lenovo K6 is good but as its price range is also low so don't expect much from it for Gaming..There is not so much price difference between lenovo K6 and Redmi Note 4 but in terms of specs, there is lots of difference. So going to more in detail I would go in this way between xiaomi, lenovo, Moto

Moto G5 Plus > Lenovo P2 > Redmi Note 3 Pro (cpu performance wise) > Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 > Lenovo K6 > Redmi 4 (order of how powerful phone is compare to other while the price order is just reverse)

After searching www.skroutz.gr and www.kaizer.gr, I got that they doesn't provide the processor code, they only give frequency :eek:
Xiaomi make two product of same model for Redmi note 3 and note 4, one with snapdragon chipset and other one with mediatek.
May I know which chipset they provide in your country? ours has Snapdragon and have rated accordingly:p
Redmi note 3 pro ->ANDROID V5.1 LOLLIPOP
Quad-core 1.4 GHz & Dual-core 1.8 GHz, GPU:Adreno 510

note 4 ->ANDROID V6.0 MARSHMALLOW
Deca-core 2.1 GHz HELIO X20, GPU:Mali-T880 MP4

Thats what they say. Where are you from? :D
 
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Gdant

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Redmi note 3 pro ->ANDROID V5.1 LOLLIPOP
Quad-core 1.4 GHz & Dual-core 1.8 GHz, GPU:Adreno 510

note 4 ->ANDROID V6.0 MARSHMALLOW
Deca-core 2.1 GHz HELIO X20, GPU:Mali-T880 MP4

Thats what they say. Where are you from? :D
I am from India, here they release smartphones with Snapdragon SoC here in redmi series because of some copyright issues with Mediatek.

If you like MiUi then I would recommend to go with redmi note 4 as it is approx 200 € which is in your budget.. Also, if you want to spend less go with lenovo K6..
I myself has Redmi Note 4 with snapdragon 625 SoC (while with X20, it is even more faster) for more than 1 month and never got any issue till now.

Okay, The lenovo k6 is good ;)
You shouldnt trust Xiaomi A friend ordered it and never got anything );
Buy from a trusted site then you will never face such problems ;)
If you compare Lenovo and Xiaomi, I can give many points which makes Xiaomi better than Lenovo:D
If you have ordered online then it's their duty to deliver it to you :) and you must have got full refund if you haven't got;)
 
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Xsjx

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I am from India, here they release smartphones with Snapdragon SoC here in redmi series because of some copyright issues with Mediatek.

If you like MiUi then I would recommend to go with redmi note 4 as it is approx 200 € which is in your budget.. Also, if you want to spend less go with lenovo K6..
I myself has Redmi Note 4 with snapdragon 625 SoC (while with X20, it is even more faster) for more than 1 month and never got any issue till now.


Buy from a trusted site then you will never face such problems ;)
If you compare Lenovo and Xiaomi, I can give many points which makes Xiaomi better than Lenovo:D
If you have ordered online then it's their duty to deliver it to you :) and you must have got full refund if you haven't got;)

In europe you dont have Any warranty of you order out of europe And THE webshop doenst want to refund/send..
 
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Rengar

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@Gdant @Xsjx i will probably go for lenovo k6 power. Im afraid if i buy Xiaomi and its broken or something, in Greece we dont have someone who can repair it because its chinese. Lenovo is a serious company and i dont afraid if something is wrong, i can contact the company and solve it.
 
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Gdant

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In europe you dont have Any warranty of you order out of europe And THE webshop doenst want to refund/send..
woahh, that's a risky and not worth to order online.. does offline market more prominent there?
For me, I ordered a mobile and got missing in transit from a delivery courier service.. then they sent a new mobile again for me :D
 
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Gdant

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@Gdant @Xsjx i will probably go for lenovo k6 power. Im afraid if i buy Xiaomi and its broken or something, in Greece we dont have someone who can repair it because its chinese. Lenovo is a serious company and i dont afraid if something is wrong, i can contact the company and solve it.
go for it, services also matter after smartphone purchase, then don't look for specs too much, if lenovo has good service in your area go for it.. Also, as Xsjx told, you won't get refund, get a mobile even with lower specs but from reliable company and store only ;)
 
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Xsjx

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@Gdant @Xsjx i will probably go for lenovo k6 power. Im afraid if i buy Xiaomi and its broken or something, in Greece we dont have someone who can repair it because its chinese. Lenovo is a serious company and i dont afraid if something is wrong, i can contact the company and solve it.
Good choice ;)


Good luck with your new phone!
woahh, that's a risky and not worth to order online.. does offline market more prominent there?
For me, I ordered a mobile and got missing in transit from a delivery courier service.. then they sent a new mobile again for me :D
Ye in Europe its risky if you buy out of europe );
 
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