Rosso, 25 Apr 202370e when talking about like 900-1000 euros is less then 10%, unlike here where it's around 20%You still haven't said anything valid, because there are countries where there's more than $100 dollars difference between the prices of those two phones, yet it wouldn't stop them from being compared against each other.
Cyberchum, 24 Apr 2023Is that to say that Galaxy S23+ can't be compared to iPhone 14 Pro, because the latter is... more70e when talking about like 900-1000 euros is less then 10%, unlike here where it's around 20%
Cyberchum, 23 Apr 2023If the Galaxy A54 was actually much worse than the Redmi Note 12 Pro as you claimed, you would... moreMan once again since you cant read.
Redmi note 12 pro is worse than A54 because GSMArena for no reason put this phone into a favor.
The real battle should be if they compare A34 vs Redmi note 12 pro
and A54 vs redmi note 12 pro plus.
In said case xiaomi would be a very easy winner.
In this case and in this poll samsung easily wins because it cost 100 more to apck more specs comapred to redmi note 12 pro.
In other words this poll is tottaly unfair.
UltraHD, 23 Apr 2023Xiaomi would win??? Why are you kissing Xiaomi's @ss so much?
Did they pay you or what? Man yes they would win.
Once again. Redmi note 12 pro is better than A34.
Like redmi note 12 pro plus is better than A54 by samsung.
Thats said truth.
In both cases samsung offer just more updates.
And honestly no of said samsung phones will last 5 years.
After 3 years and several of updates they will feel like they needs to be replaced becaue hardware will not keep up since you cant upgrade it like with software.
If i am really wrong according to you please educate me what have A34 better over redmi note 12 pro.
And what have A54 better over redmi note 12 pro plus.
Because all i see its a worse phone apart said updates. And honestly 5 years of updates does not cost or is not worth to pay 400 for A34 and 500+ for A54.
UltraHD, 24 Apr 2023What are you even talking about, 12T was 650€ at the beginning and it's over 6 months old... moreSamsung's A-series does not compete with Redmi Notes, they're in the Price range of 12T series here in Asia.
Redmi Notes were priced within the range of Samsung's M-series.
If you think that the A-series should compete with Redmi Notes then that model is highly overpriced for the specs it offers within its pricerange.
Rosso, 24 Apr 202370E is 21% price of Redmi and 17.5%, also note that people who buy midrange phones usually are... moreIs that to say that Galaxy S23+ can't be compared to iPhone 14 Pro, because the latter is ~€70 costlier in your country? What kinda logic is that?
Unless it's strictly a price comparison, y'all with this line of argument are sounding very funny. Take a look at gsmarena phone reviews, in the last page, they bring up alternatives to the subject (competing phones) which usually cost less or more. Even if it was price comparison, those don't stick to a fixed price. Do phone makers have fixed prices for different categories of phones? So, because they don't, there should never be any comparisons? Is that it?
Nobody is saying that the price difference isn't significant. Whoever find it as a deterring factor should go for what fits into their budget and, hopefully, be satisfied with the purchase. But let no one skimp on prices, like buy a phone with 4GB RAM, and come with litany of complaints of how it lags and stutters. This is android. If at all anyone should try make that move, they should stick to phones with near-stock UI, diet android (android Go) or stripped-down UI (e.g One UI core).
Mswahili, 24 Apr 2023Redmi Note 11 and Samsung Galaxy A13 use the same chipset "Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 4G&quo... moreFrom Galaxy A13 to Galaxy A23; make up your mind, then come with your evidence.
Same storage;memory and chipset. And evidence of the Redmi being faster/more stable.
That 3D tool logo looks like 30, not 3D
AnonD-1044551, 23 Apr 2023according to you 70E is a huge margin for comparisons lol70E is 21% price of Redmi and 17.5%, also note that people who buy midrange phones usually are somewhat tight on budget so having to throw 20% more for other option can usually be a lot, especially in poorer countries.
Cyberchum, 24 Apr 2023It CAN'T be just my experience if many owners of the phone had very similar experiences. ... moreYou can, believe it or not, find same kind of complaints in mass for Samsung devices, people who got issues go to internet to complain and ask for advice, which makes it seem it's common
Cyberchum, 24 Apr 2023"Most heavy skin is Samsung? Maybe, but a Samsung phone with same storage, ram and proces... moreRedmi Note 11 and Samsung Galaxy A13 use the same chipset "Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 4G" but Redmi Note 11 is faster than Samsung Galaxy A23 and at the same time cheaper.
This means One UI is heavier than MIUI
rizki1, 24 Apr 2023You didn't say the price, but you said Xiaomi lags.. and Xiaomi 12 lite are $100 cheaper ... more"Most heavy skin is Samsung? Maybe, but a Samsung phone with same storage, ram and processor as a Xiaomi phone is more responsive and faster (Samsung Galaxy A52s vs. Mi 12 Lite)."
Comparison I made was about skin, not cost. The hardwares that have direct effect on skin are storage/memory and SoC. Only fair comparison is the one that keeps the key hardwares on parity. I shouldn't be expecting you to make coherent argument anyway.
Meanwhile, entirely by the way: did I hear you say that A52s was $100 costlier? Another big lie from a GSMa commenter. Bring the official prices of both phones at launch, let's see.
Cyberchum, 24 Apr 2023Come back when you could actually read and understand. Again, what Redmi Note 11 Pro 5GB m... moreYou didn't say the price, but you said Xiaomi lags.. and Xiaomi 12 lite are $100 cheaper than Galaxy A52s.. Like I gave A23 5G with 4GB with Xiaomi with 6GB. Your comparison is not fair with the price.
hmm, 24 Apr 2023I have friends who's Samsung phones also burn up or battery gets fat.
Or motherboard giv... moreIt CAN'T be just my experience if many owners of the phone had very similar experiences. Go to forums and read. Start from its comment section here on gsmarena. I don't care what it feels like to you, whether "overexaggerated" or understated. What I care is its veracity.
Tip of the iceberg from just a 2-second search. https://www.reddit.com/r/Xiaomi/comments/p5e718/mi_11_lite_5g_battery_life_and_overheating/
rizki1, 24 Apr 2023Yeah that A23 in fact is a laggy phone for the price, even the cheaper Note 11 doesn't.Come back when you could actually read and understand.
Again, what Redmi Note 11 Pro 5GB memory version did they review?Definitely not 4GB RAM, because the phone doesn't even have a 4GB RAM variant. There is no mention of price in my original comment; you skipped the first two basis and jumped to the third one, then added your own (price). LOL
Full MIUI on 4GB RAM lags, too. Even back when I had my Redmi Note 7 with MIUI 10/11, let alone now that extra features have been added to MIUI. I regretted not getting the 6GB RAM variant of that phone within days of getting it. It made me swear never to buy any phone running MIUI with less than 6GB of RAM. My next one was Mi 11 Lite 5G, and I got the 8GB RAM variant.
Anyone that buys a phone with 4GB RAM and a skin/UI that's well-removed from stock and feature-rich is most likely going to experience lags. Lots of lags.
DroidBoye, 23 Apr 2023Price-wise the comparison should be between A54 and Xiaomi 12T, atleast in SEA A54's base... moreWhat are you even talking about, 12T was 650€ at the beginning and it's over 6 months old at this point. A54 is brand NEW, the price will go down everywhere after few months.