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Nokia 3.1 (2018/2019) vs Xiaomi Redmi Note 6 (late 2018)
Xiaomi Redmi Note 6 Pro (late 2018)
We couldn't find enough data on either product to be able to come to any reliable conclusions. We highly recommend that you take a look at some other options instead.
While the Nokia 3.1 (2018) wasn't able to make it to the very top of any roundups from sources that perform quality hands-on testing, it still got featured in a large number of them. Notebookcheck.net, Android Central, Techradar, slashgear.com, PCmag, and GSMArena have all deemed it worthy of a place on their respective shortlists.
Taking a look at the Xiaomi Redmi Note 6 Pro (late 2018), it got featured in roundups from two reliable sources that conduct their own testing - Notebookcheck.net and Android Authority - but it fell short of earning a top spot in either.
We conducted an analysis of all of the review data that we could find on these two products. First, we focused on sources that tested and rated both of them, like Notebookcheck.net, and learned that they all showed a preference for the Xiaomi Redmi Note 6 Pro (late 2018).
Then we took a look at the highest review scores that these two Smartphones received. We found that the Nokia 3.1 (2018) managed to earn a rating of 8.1 from Notebookcheck.net, whereas the Xiaomi Redmi Note 6 Pro (late 2018) got its highest, 8.6, score from reviewers at Notebookcheck.net.
Finally, we calculated their average review scores from all of the data we could find and compared those to Smartphones in general. It turns out that the Xiaomi Redmi Note 6 Pro (late 2018), with its 8.6 average, got reviewed considerably better than most of its competition - the overall average for Smartphones being 7.5 out of 10 points - whereas the Nokia 3.1 (2018) performed worse than most, with an average review score of 6.2.
However, it's worth pointing out that a direct Nokia 3.1 (2018) vs. Xiaomi Redmi Note 6 Pro (late 2018) comparison might not be entirely fair, because some sources have a tendency of not taking value for money into account when reviewing products.