If you want to treat yourself to one of the latest Honor, Samsung or Xiaomi smartphones, we have selected for you the Honor 70, the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G and the Redmi Note 11 Pro+ 5G which are very interesting. But which one is really for you? Here are some compared elements to help you see more clearly.
In terms of design, the Honor 70 is available in black, green and a special version is distributed exclusively on the site, the Crystal Silver finish which is particularly pretty with very beautiful reflections. The others are very bright. They have two large circles in the back to accommodate the photo sensors. The design of Redmi Note 11 Pro+ could almost be similar to that of the iPhone in particular because of its flat profiles and the Samsung offers a shell on the back which returns harmoniously to the photo sensors. Of the three, it is the Honor 70 which is the lightest with 178 grams against 189 grams for the Galaxy A53 5G and 204 grams for the Redmi Note 11 Pro+. The Honor mobile is also the thinnest of the three with a thickness of only 7.91mm against 8.1 mm for the Galaxy A53 5G and 8.34 mm for the Xiaomi. It is the Samsung mobile which has the most enduring battery, with 5000 myh against 4800 mAh on the Honor and 4500 mAh on the Xiaomi but it is the latter which recharges the fastest supporting the charge at 120 watts against 66 watts for the Honor and only 25 watts on the Galaxy A53 5G.
Which offers the most power and the best connectivity?
If you are looking for the mobile that offers the best performance, the Honor 70 is the one to choose since it has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G+ chipset associated with 8 GB of RAM followed by the Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Pro + which is equipped with a MediaTek Dimensity 920 chip with 6 or 8 GB of RAM surpassing the computing capabilities of the Samsung Exynos 1280 processor installed on board the Galaxy A53 5G. They are all offered with 128 or 256 GB of storage space without the possibility of going further on the Honor 70 while the other two can support an additional memory card to store more data. The three mobiles are compatible with 5G, NFC but only the Honor 70 has Wi-Fi 6 connectivity versus Wi-Fi 5, less efficient on Samsung and Xiaomi. No audio jack port on the Honor 70 or on the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G. These two mobiles have a fingerprint reader under the screen while it is installed at the standby button on the Xiaomi. The latter is distinguished by embedding an infrared transmitter which allows it to control any television or other audio and video device. All three smartphones offer stereo sound. The Samsung has the advantage of being IP67 certified which makes it totally waterproof and dustproof.
Three 120Hz AMOLED screens, one of which is curved
For the screen, all three have a AMOLED panel which offers extremely deep blacks and very beautiful colors. Those of Honor 70 and Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Pro+ 5G measure 6.67 diagonally but that of the Honor 70 has the particularity of being curved, like the most high-end ones, which gives it a certain class and a greater impression of immersion or at least less thick edges than on the others. The Samsung Galaxy A53 5G’s screen is flat, like the Xiaomi’s, and measures 6.5 inches diagonally. All benefit from 120Hz adaptive refresh rate at most. Finally, for the photo and video part, the Honor 70 has a digitally stabilized Sony IMX800 main sensor with another 50 megapixel sensor this time taking care of macro mode shots and ultra-wide-angle photos with a latest 2-megapixel lens to optimize portraits. For his part, the Redmi Note 11 Pro+ 5G has a 108+8+2 megapixel configuration compared to 64+12+5+5 megapixels on the back of the Samsung. The Galaxy A53 5G and Honor 70 are equipped with a 32 megapixel module on the front against 16 megapixels on the Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Pro+ 5G.