Redmi 8A is a very easy winner with Redmi 7 as a runner up.
Rest are not worth and cost too much.
A10 cost same as Redmi 8A and is far worse.
M20 european starting price was 200 bucks for which 2 pcs of 8A could be bought.
Y9 prime havent good enough battery and is also a bit more expensive.
Of course M20 gonna win. But why would it be here? If m20 is here, the likes of samsung A20, redmi note 8, realme 3, realme 5 and other below $149.99 should be here too to be fairer competition
I used the Galaxy M20 for a month and had to sell it due to poor (low) signal reception.
Anonymous, 22 Dec 2019Y9 prime is not a midrangeSorry i meant y9 prime is not an entry level
This list is a joke of mixed phones that don't belong together. I thought GSM arena is more serious than this.
The one with a whole complete screen is the best for me. The others' screens are all chipped (notchy).
Redmi 7 3/32 gb is 110€ In Europe,and nobody can beat that price. I tested every of these smartphone, and redmi 7 with SD 632 is much faster than the rest.
Shouldn't Huawei Y9 Prime (2019) be put into mid rangers as its in the price range of phones there.
you should write price of all because price is very important in entry level
Redmi 8A and Redmi Note 8 are the only good options in my opinion here in India from this entry level price point. Second hand market has Redmi Note 7 Pro(top variant) a lot cheaper than Redmi Note 8(base variant). So I would like to suggest that as well. If camera is not what you want, Realme 3 Pro is great option as well. Vivo U10/Vivo U20 if you are OK with dated micro USB.
Btw, the Y9's chipset (Kirin 710F) has 4 A73 cores, not 2 and its GPU is better than the Exynos 7904 in the M20
The back of the orange Redmi 8A feels much better in hand as compared to many other phones with glass backs based on my personal experience, but it's also the lowest performing phone in the list...
...so I've no idea which phone to vote for
How fair is this list? It's There are big price differences between these phones.