Do you want a good smartphone but hesitate between the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G and the Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Pro+ 5G? Here are some crossover comparisons to help you decide which one is really right for you.
The design of the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G is quite interesting in the sense that its edges are shiny, almost flat, while its back offers a matte coating that limits fingerprints and whose upper left part seems to integrate the photo sensors. On the Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Pro+ 5G, the lines are more straightforward with really flat edges and a rear optical block that is more visible than on the South Korean competitor of the day.
The Galaxy A53 5G is available in white, black, blue or peach colors while the Xiaomi is available in dark gray, dark green or light blue. It is the lightest Samsung with 189 grams against 204 grams for the Xiaomi. It is also he who is the most compact and the thinnest with 8.1 mm of profile against 8.34 mm.
However, the Galaxy A53 5G has a slightly larger battery than the Xiaomi since it is 5000 mAh versus 4500 mAh. But if the Samsung can have a slight advantage on autonomy, it is undoubtedly the fastest charging Xiaomi can support charging at 120 watts against only 25 watts for the Samsung. Only 20 minutes would be needed to fully charge the Redmi Note 11 Pro+ 5G against more than an hour and a half for the Galaxy A53 5G.
Which one has the best screen?
If you are looking for the largest screen, it is installed on the Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Pro+ 5G which offers a display area of 6.67 inches on an AMOLED panel against 6.5 inches, also in AMOLED at Samsung. Both offer a definition of 1080×2400 pixels and a 120Hz adaptive refresh rate. The Samsung photo configuration is 4 sensors with 64+12+5+5 megapixels against a triple objective of 108+8+2 megapixels on the Xiaomi. The Samsung has a 32-megapixel lens versus a 16-megapixel module. Both are capable of filming with Ultra HD definition at 30 frames per second.
The other characteristics compared
The Xiaomi offers an audio jack port which the Samsung does not have. They’re both compatibles 5G, Wi-Fi ac, Bluetooth 5.2 and can accommodate two SIM cards. They also accept memory cards. The fingerprint reader is installed under the screen for the Samsung while it is on the profile on the Redmi Note 11 Pro+ 5G. Both offer stereo sound, signed JBL in the case of Xiaomi. The latter is only protected against splashing while Samsung’s Galaxy A53 is IP67 certified therefore completely waterproof and dustproof. Finally, the Samsung benefits from a Exynos 1280 chip which should offer very good performance against the new Dimensity 920 chipset from MediaTek. Both smartphones are offered with 6 or 8 of RAM and 128 or 256 GB of storage space that can, in both cases, be expanded with a memory card.