Mobile phones are not just a necessity these days. They have become an integral part of our lives, with them serving as organizers, our address and contact books, our first point of connection to the world around us. These days it is impossible for anyone to function without a phone, and mobile phone makers are rising to the challenge of manufacturing technologically equipped and advanced phones that offer competitive features to its user.
Xiaomi and Samsung have come up with their latest phones – the Xiaomi Note 10 and the Samsung 10 Note Plus, respectively. Both these phones have their pros and cons and are hailed as the most advanced and high-end phones in their rights.
Here’s a look at what these two devices offer in detail:
Comparison between Xiaomi Mi Note 10 & Samsung Galaxy Note +
Design and Display
The Xiaomi Note 10 comes with a 6.7 AMOLED display with curved edges. The body of the phone is relatively heavy, probably because of its battery. The volume and power buttons have been placed on the right side of the device, and all controls are relatively accessible from the screen using one hand unless you are someone with tiny hands. For connectivity, the phone has a 3.5mm USB port and a headphone jack. The jack is worth a mention here because most of the high-end designs are devoid of the jack these days.
The Samsung Note Plus, on the other hand, comes with a 6.8-inch display screen. The phone is lighter compared to its earlier version. This phone has slimmer bezels and has a cut out for the front camera on the front screen. This device cannot be managed with one hand, and you have to use both your hands to handle it. Samsung has removed the audio jack from the phone but provides the compatible headphones in the box that the phone comes in. The power and volume buttons, however, have been placed on the left, which makes it difficult for right-hand users.
The Xiaomi Note 10 is the first smartphone to come with a 108 MP sensor. Besides, it comes with five rear cameras, each of which has a separate function. The first telephoto lens is paired with a 12 MP sensor and is great for portrait shots. The second telephoto lens, which pairs with a 5MP lens, is made for zoom in photography. The third telephoto lens amplifies the images for the second lens.
The fourth camera is an ultra-wide lens paired with a 20 MP sensor, and the fifth camera is a macro camera for professional close up shots that highlight textures and patterns.
The front is equipped with a 32 MP and a 108 MP camera. Both cameras offer several modes, such as Vlog mode, movie mode, etc.
The Samsung Note 10 Plus comes with four camera sensors. The rear cameras include a wide-angle camera with a telephoto lens. The effects that you get from this camera include LiveFocus, Big Circle, Colour Point, etc. for portrait shooting. It also comes with a Night Mode that allows you to take pictures at night. It also has an anti-shake feature called Super Steady mode. The front is loaded with a 10MP camera.
The Xiaomi Mi Note 10 comes with a huge 5, 260 mAh battery, which is expected to last for two whole days. The battery size makes the phone look chunkier and heavier than its contemporaries. For charging, this phone supports 30W fast charging, and Xiaomi claims that this is one of the fastest charging speeds you can get in a phone.
The Samsung Note 10 Plus comes with a 4, 300 mAh battery that is expected to last about 12 hours. This phone comes with a 25W charger. This phone also supports reverse wireless charging, which means you can charge your Bluetooth earphones and other Samsung phones using this phone.
The Xiaomi Note 10 is powered by a Snapdragon 730G chipset, which can support greatly in gaming. The Samsung Note 10 Plus is powered by an Android 9.0 (Pie) processor. The CPU is Octa-core and a Mali-G76 MP 12
The memory on the Samsung phone is 256 GB internal memory and 8GB RAM. The MI phone comes with 6GB RAM and 128 GB internal memory. Both phones do not have separate memory card slots.
Other features in the Samsung Note 10 Plus include fingerprint sensors, accelerometer, gyro meter, proximity sensor, compass, and barometer. It also offers a Samsung DeX for desktop experience support, ANT+ Bixby natural language commands and dictation support.
The Xiaomi phone has sensors for fingerprint, accelerometer, gyro, proximity, and compass.
The Xiaomi Mi Note 10 is available in Aurora Green, Glacier White, and Midnight Black colors. The Samsung Note 10 Plus is available in Aura Glow, Aura White, Aura Black, Aura Pink, and Aura Red colors.
The Xiaomi Mi Note 10 is priced at $599, and the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus is priced at $749.77.
Both phones are high-end, premium, and loaded with features. Both come from reputed brands that have made a mark for themselves in the smartphone industry today.
Picking the right product is a priority of the user and is dependent on the working conditions each one is subjected to. Both phones are available in the market, and you should explore each feature in detail to understand which one to pick in case you are considering one of these phones.
While Xiaomi is slightly more pocket-friendly, Samsung boasts of a host of features that are quite impressive. A detailed study of both phones will help you pick the phone that is best suited for your needs.
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