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Monday, October 21, 2019

Top Trending Phones of Week 42

The Redmi Note 8 Pro rose to the top last week and extended its advantage this one. A great achievement considering that five of last week's members didn't even make the cut in what was certainly an exciting week.

In fact the Redmi family was certainly the biggest winner this week, with the Note 8 capturing the second spot and the vanilla 8 snatching fifth.

Realme also has reasons to be proud as its X2 Pro flagship placed on the podium, ahead of the best seller that is the Galaxy A50. And the X2 Pro is not even the only phone by the young company in the top 10 with the 5 Pro getting the last spot.

In sixth we have the Motorola Moto G8 Plus - it's only a rumored device at this point, but a lot of people are clearly looking forward to it.

OnePlus 7T Pro capitalized on the start of its sales to grab seventh, pushing the iPhone 11 Pro Max down to eight.

The ninth spot goes to the freshly announced Google Pixel 4 XL - it would have probably liked to be higher in its debut week, but all those leaks certainly took away some excitement from the actual launch event.

The Oppo K5 didn't manage to repeat its success from last week and got relegated, alongside two phones from Samsung and Xiaomi each - Galaxy M30s and Galaxy A70s, Redmi Note 7 and Mi A3.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro


Xiaomi Redmi Note 8


Realme X2 Pro


Samsung Galaxy A50


Xiaomi Redmi 8


Motorola Moto G8 Plus


OnePlus 7T Pro


Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max


Google Pixel 4 XL


Realme 5 Pro




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