Galaxy A53, Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 and iPhone 13

You want to treat yourself to a trendy smartphone, so why not fall for one of the most popular recently between the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G, the iPhone 13 or the Xiaomi Redmi Note 11. But between these, which one is really made for you? Here are some comparison items to help you see more clearly and choose yours.

The design is everyone’s business, but between the three smartphones compared today it is Samsung Galaxy A53 5G, iPhone 13 and Xiaomi Redmi Note 11, the Apple mobile has a slight advantage thanks to particularly attractive lines. Its optical block on the back is relatively discreet, but those of other mobiles are also notable with, for Samsung, part of the shell on the back, which comes back when a plate houses the photo sensors on the Xiaomi. It is the iPhone 13, which is the lightest with 174 grams against 179 grams for the Redmi Note 11 and 189 grams for the Samsung Galaxy A53. The Apple mobile is also the most compact, with a thickness of only 7.65 mm against 8.09 for Samsung and 8.1 for Xiaomi. These last two have one 5000 mAh battery versus 3227 mAh for the iPhone 13a component that takes up a lot of space in the phone’s chassis and may explain the extra thickness of South Korean and Chinese mobiles.

The power is on the side of the apple

If you are looking for maximum power, it is on the side of the iPhone 13 that you should look, as the device has Apple A15 Bionic chip vs Exynos 1280 installed on Samsung Galaxy A53 5G and Snapdragon 680 from Xiaomi Redmi Note 11, well behind. You can count on 4 GB of RAM on the iPhone 13, while the other two are available with 4 or 6 GB for Xiaomi and 6 or 8 GB for Samsung, depending on the configuration chosen. The Redmi Note 11 offers a minimum of 64 GB of internal storage that supports a memory card, which is also the case with Samsung, but which starts at 128 GB, like the iPhone 13, which does not accept an additional card, but offers up to 512 GB of memory. The Apple mobile and Samsung are certified completely waterproof while the Redmi Note 11 can officially only be splashproof.
They are all stereo. Xiaomi has an infrared transmitter that makes it a universal remote control. There is a fingerprint reader under the screen on Samsung, while it is installed on the profile on Xiaomi. The latter has an audio port for connecting headphones, which is not the case for the other two. However, they are 5G compatible, which Xiaomi is not. iPhone 13 offers better throughput and greater range with Wifi 6 than the Wi-Fi 5 offered by the other two.

Which screen is the most remarkable and which built-in photo configurations?

The larger screen is installed on Samsung Galaxy A53 5G with a ddiagonal 6.5 inches vs. 6.43 inches for Xiaomi and 6.1 inches for the Apple mobile. Everyone benefits AMOLED panel with deep blacks and vivid colors. The definition of the Xiaomi and Samsung screens is 1080×2400 pixels with better readability on the iPhone 13, as it displays 1170×2532 pixels on a smaller surface. However, its refresh rate is lower: 60 Hz versus 90 Hz for Xiaomi and 120 Hz for Samsung allows for much smoother rolling.
However, the iPhone 13 screen has the advantage of being HDR10+ and Dolby Vision compatible to better appreciate the content of streaming platforms.
Finally, for the photo part, it is the iPhone 13 that offers the most beautiful images with its two 12 megapixel sensors on the back against a 64+12+5+5 megapixel configuration on Samsung also offers satisfactory images, while the Redmi Note 11 has a configuration of 50 + 8 + 2 + 2 megapixels on the back. For selfies, Samsung has a 32-megapixel front sensor, compared to 13-megapixel on the front of the Redmi Note 11 and 12-megapixel on the iPhone 13.

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