Samsung Galaxy A23 5G, Xiaomi Redmi Note 11, Poco M5s, Samsung Galaxy A52s and realme 9?

Do you want to offer a smartphone for Christmas but your budget is limited between 200 to 300 € maximum? We have selected the Samsung Galaxy A23 5G, Samsung Galaxy A52s, Xiaomi Redmi Note 11, Poco M5s and realme 9 models for you. But which of these is the most remarkable? Here are some comparison elements to help you in your choice.

The designs of the smartphones we have selected are quite conventional. The Samsungs offer fairly sober backs with optical blocks that are in the same tone as the rest of the back of the device where the Redmi Note 11 and Poco M5s offer installation on a black plate while the realme 9 has the most reflective back. Three, it’s the realme 9 which is the thinnest with 8 mm thick compared to 8.09 mm for the Redmi Note 11, 8.29 mm for the Poco M5s and 8.4 mm for the two Samsungs.


It is also the realme 9 which is the lightest with 178 grams on the scale followed very closely by the Redmi Note 11 with 179 grams, like the Poco M5s while the Galaxy A52s 5G weighs 189 grams and the Galaxy A23 5G weighs 197 grams. All except the Galaxy A52s 5G have a 5000 mAh battery compared to 4500 mAh. The fastest charging mobiles are the Poco M5s, Redmi Note 11 and realme 9 followed by the Samsung.


What is the most remarkable screen and what connections?

The most interesting screen is installed on the Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G since it is aalle AMOLED on 6.5 inches with a refresh rate of 120 Hz. It is the same frequency as on the screen of the Galaxy A23 5G but it is based on an LCD panel, less efficient than that of the Galaxy A52s 5G, stretching over 6.6 inches. The Poco M5s and Redmi Note 11 have the same display size, 6.53 inches diagonally on an AMOLED panel but the Redmi Note 11 has the advantage of offering a frequency of 90 Hz against 60 Hz for the Poco M5s.


Finally, the realme 9 benefits from a 6.4-inch AMOLED panel at 90 Hz. Only Samsung mobiles are compatible with 5G networks. All offer Wi-Fi 5 as well as an audio port for connecting headphones. The fingerprint reader is installed under the screen of the Galaxy A52s 5G, as on the realme 9 while the latter is even able to read the heart rate of the user. He is on the profile for others. the Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G is the only certified waterproof, IP67 which makes it resistant to water as well as dust. The Redmi Note 11 and Poco M5s have the particularity of having an infrared emitter on the upper profile to turn them into a universal remote control.


Which offers the best performance and the most beautiful photos?

If you are looking for the mobile that offers the most power, it is the Galaxy A52s 5G that you have to choose with its Snapdragon 778G chip associated with 6 GB of RAM followed by the Snapdragon 695 of the Galaxy A23 5G then the Poco M5s with its MediaTek Helio G95 chipset and pure finish with the Redmi Note 11 and realme 9 which have a Snapdragon 680 processor. All, except the Galaxy A52s 5G from Samsung, accept a memory card.


Finally, for the photo configuration, the realme 9 has a 108 megapixel main photo sensor against a 64 megapixel sensor installed on the Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G and Poco M5s and a 50 megapixel sensor on the back of the Samsung Galaxy A23 5G and Redmi Note 11. The Poco M5s, Redmi Note 11 and realme 9 have a 8-megapixel ultra-wide-angle sensor while it is a 12-megapixel module on the Galaxy A52s 5G and 5-megapixel on the Galaxy A23 5G. The Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G completes its photo offer with two 5-megapixel sensors. The realme 9 adds a 2-megapixel sensor while there are two 2-megapixel ones on the others to optimize portraits and take macro mode photos.

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