For under Rs 25,000, you can now get a phone that either has a 48MP rear camera, or a pop-up selfie camera or a phone with triple-cameras. But cameras aren’t the only thing that’s important in smartphones. While it’s a crucial factor in the purchase decision, performance remains an often overlooked, but critical aspect of a smartphone. You’ll use the camera to click maybe ten photos in a day, but the hardware under the hood is what will keep the phone running all day long, every day. And it’s not that the newly announced crop of mid-range smartphones aren’t performance beasts, at least that’s what the brands have advertised in their launch events. So we took the Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro, the Oppo F11 Pro(₹ 19521 at paytm) and the Samsung Galaxy A50(₹ 21490 at amazon), all three powered by relatively new mid-range chipsets and pitted them against each other in a performance showdown.
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