E-sports mobile phone market changes: Red rice K50 e-sports version, One Plus 9RT and realmeGT, how to choose

2022-05-05 0 By

The team has moved from the game enhancement version of the K40 series to the ESports version of the K50 series, and the influence of game users or the player market on the Red Rice K series continues to increase.On February 16, 2022, Xiaomi’s Redmi brand held a press conference for the new Redmi K50 e-sports version.Judging by the launch characteristics and pace of the Redmi K series, the 2021 Redmi K40 will be released on February 15.After a year, Redmi K series launched a new flagship and featured an esports version, highlighting redmi’s ambition to win the gamer market.In fact, among all the series of mobile phones under the red rice brand, K series is one of the most popular series of Red rice.Starting with the Redmi K30, the Redmi K series has been out of stock since its release.It can be seen that the cost performance of Red rice K series is quite competitive in the market.This time, Redmi did not release the whole series of Redmi K50, but only the e-sports version of Redmi K50. On the one hand, this may be a reflection of the strategic fine-tuning of K series; on the other hand, there is another possibility that other full series products will be put on the market 1-2 months later.As a representative of the flagship game or e-sports series of mobile phones, compared with OnePlus 9RT and realmeGT, which mobile phone has a more cohesive brand and will be more favored by users?Hardware: The Redmi K50 is powered by the latest Snapdragon processor, while the OnePlus 9RT and realmeGT are powered by snapdragon 888.Among them, snapdragon 888 processor uses 5nm process, built-in integrated X60 5G baseband, and uses one X1 large core, three A78 mid-core, and four A55 small core.CPU performance and energy efficiency are 25% higher than the previous generation.Ann Tutu scored 700,000 points.The Snapdragon 8Gen1 uses a 4nm process with an ARCHITECTURE of one X2 3.0ghz large core, three A710 2.5ghz high-performance cores and one A510 1.8ghz energy efficient core.Compared with snapdragon 8888, CPU performance is improved by 20% and energy efficiency is improved by 30%.Ann Tutu scored 1 million points.Thus, the performance of redmi K50 esports edition is significantly better than onePlus 9RT and realmeGT.In terms of rear photography, Redmi K50 esports edition, OnePlus 9RT and realmeGT all use rear three-shot design.In terms of specific pixels, Redmi K50 esports version adopts the rear three-camera combination of “64 million pixels main camera +8 million pixels ultra wide Angle +2 million pixels macro”. The main camera adopts SONY IMX686 and supports 4K60 frame video recording.Wide Angle supports 120° wide Angle view.The camera’s main shot is currently below average.One plus 9RT is the use of “IMX766 50 million pixel main camera +16 million pixel ultra wide Angle +2 million pixel black and white lens” after the three-shot collocation.The main lens sensor is the same as oneplus 9, oppo findx3Pro and huawei P50Pro.OIS optical stabilization, DOL-HDR backlight technology, wide Angle support 123° wide Angle shooting.There is also a nighthawk filling algorithm for shooting night scenes, so dark light details are clearer.Realme GT uses the “IMX682 SONY 64 megapixel main camera +8 megapixel ultra wide Angle +2 megapixel macro” rear triple camera combination.The main camera is the same as meizu 18, and the red rice K40Pro CMOS is 1/1.7 inch bottom. The main camera has strong resolution and excellent photo sample details.In terms of front-facing photography, Redmi K50, OnePlus 9RT and realmeGT all adopt front-facing single-camera design without exception.Among them, the Redmi K50 esports version uses a 20 megapixel front camera, while the OnePlus 9RT and realmeGT use 16 megapixels.It can be seen that redmi K50 e-sports edition has obvious competitive advantages on the rear main camera and front camera.Appearance design: Both use perforated screen design, Redmi K50 esports version has the largest screen, Realme GT and OnePlus 9RT use A+ screen as the mobile phone aimed at game users or esports players, screen design is not the focus of power, therefore, simplicity has become the common choice of game or esports mobile phone.As a result, redmi K50, OnePlus 9RT and realmeGT all use a perforated screen design.On the outside, the Redmi K50 has a similar design to its predecessor, featuring a 6.7-inch oled perforated screen on the front with 120Hz refresh rate and 480Hz touch refresh rate.The phone uses fingerprint recognition on the side, and the rear camera has a similar design to the previous generation, with a vertical rectangular three-camera.The redmi K50 esports edition has added some esports elements to its rear cover, such as two side light belts.Lightning flash next to the lens.The OnePlus 9RT features a 6.62-inch oled perforated screen on the front.The punch is located in the upper left corner of the screen.The screen is made of Samsung E4.Supports 120Hz screen refresh rate.600Hz touch sampling rate.The phone frame and camera cover are all made of metal.The backplane adopts the second generation silk glass process and the third generation diffuse reflection process.In order to feel more comfortable, the OnePlus 9RT also uses a gold obtuse Angle design on the side.The cameras are arranged vertically and the phone comes in silver and black.The RealMe GT features a 6.43-inch, 120Hz refresh rate OLED perforated display on the front.The screen is designed with a straight screen.The side frame is made of plastic, and the phone has dual speakers and a 3.5mm headphone jack at the bottom.Back material is divided into glass and glass + plain leather two materials.The camera has the same rectangular design as most mobile phones today.In terms of weight, Red Rice K50 weighs 210g, plus 9RT 198.5g, realMe GT 186g, realmeGT is the lightest in weight, relatively speaking, it is more comfortable to hold.Pricing strategy:Aiming at 3000 yuan of e-sports phone, realmeGT has the lowest price, Red rice K50 e-sports version also has the advantage of battery life, Red rice K50 e-sports version of the battery capacity of 4700mAh, one plus 9RT of 4500mAh, realmeGT of 4500mAh battery capacity,The OnePlus 9RT has the same battery capacity as the realmeGT, and the Redmi K50 has slightly more battery capacity than the first two phones. All three phones are basically good for a day’s use.In terms of charging, Red Rice K50 esports version supports 120W fast charging, onePlus 9RT uses 65W wired charging, the power is equivalent to the current 67W charging, 15 minutes can be full 60%, 30 minutes can be full 100%.RealmeGT uses 65W fast charge, which can be filled in 30 minutes.As you can see, the redmi K50 is obviously the fastest, taking less than 20 minutes to recharge.The other two phones also charge at a speed that meets daily needs.In terms of storage combination, Redmi K50 esports version has three storage combinations of “8GB+128GB” and “12GB+128/256GB”, while onePlus 9RT has three storage options of “8GB+128/256GB” and “12GB+256GB”.RealmeGT has two storage plans: 8GB+128/256GB.It can be seen that the initial storage configuration of these three phones is “8GB+128GB”.In terms of pricing strategy, the same “8GB+128GB” version, redmi K50 esports version and OnePlus 9RT are priced at 3,299 yuan, and realmeGT is priced at 2,799 yuan.For the same “12GB+256GB” version, the redmi K50 esports version is priced at 3,899 yuan, while the OnePlus 9RT is priced at 3,799 yuan.In terms of pricing alone, OnePlus 9RT and realmeGT are more competitive in terms of price. RealmeGT is more competitive in terms of price in games or esports portals.Aside from the price, regardless of the screen or processor and charging, Redmi K50 e-sports version has great advantages, is also worth users to choose a mobile phone, however, need to consider whether the Redmi K50 e-sports version will also have the “persistent shortage” problem.(Li Junhui, a special researcher at the Intellectual Property Research Center of China University of Political Science and Law, has long been concerned about, and other relevant policy, legal and regulatory issues.)