After seeing the first photographic samples produced by Redmi Note 7 Pro, the mid-range smartphone presented in India last week, it’s time to discover the performance offered by the Snapdragon 675 platform, which promises to improve the already very good results of Snapdragon 660.
Thanks to the two cores Kryo 460, based on the Cortex-A76, and the six cores Kryo 460 based on the Cortex-A55, the CPU of the new platform achieves much higher results than those of Snapdragon 660 and exceeding those obtained by the Snapdragon 710.
On AnTuTu, the new Redmi Note 7 Pro records just over 180,000 points, about 50,000 more than Snapdragon 660. Overall, however, these are very respectable results, considering that we are talking about mid-range devices and that Redmi Note 7 Pro is offered in India at the equivalent of $199. Following is a gallery with the results of the benchmark tests obtained by Fonearena team and compared with devices with similar chipsets :