Between the Samsung Galaxy A34 5G and the Redmi Note 12 Pro 5G, which one do we choose if we have a budget of 400 euros as a ceiling? Here are the keys.
Samsung is one of the benchmarks in the telephone industry. For several years, it has had terminals in the different ranges of the market with the aim of obtaining a large share in an increasingly competitive industry. However, very interesting competitors have appeared capable of offering products at very low prices with a level of hardware capable of making it very difficult for the most conventional companies. A good example of this would be Redmi.
In the mid-range, Samsung, among others, proposes the A34 5Gwhile Redmi itself has the Note 12 Pro 5G. These are alternatives that have big differences from each other, but it is very likely that the user may be interested in both. If you have doubts about it, you should know that at Urban Tecno we have been able to test a unit of the 2 terminals, so we can tell you all about them. Which would we buy if they asked us? We show you in the video below.
Let’s see, therefore, which are the most interesting characteristics of both models, why details can make a difference when choosing one or the other and, of course, what recommendation can we give you so that you can find the one that best suits your needs. Who said it was going to be easy to find our next smartphone Seeing the incredible competition out there today?
Samsung Galaxy A34 5G and Redmi Note 12 Pro 5G, the definitive comparison
As we have already mentioned on previous occasions, the Samsung Galaxy A34 5G has a simpler image than its rival. In fact, it follows the trail that can also be observed in the rest of the range when give a greater participation in the design to the module with triple lens located in vertical position. In the case of the Redmi Note 12 Pro 5G, the opposite has been claimed. In fact, this particular unit manages to reduce the camera module to its maximum expression.
In terms of screen, Samsung has opted to introduce a 6.6-inch panel, an option that is slightly larger in the case of the Redmi at 6.67 inches. Both alternatives have a Full HD resolution of AMOLED technology. In addition, in both cases we are talking about a refresh rate of 120 Hz, an element more typical of higher ranges than the one we are analyzing. Perhaps the big difference between the two lies in the brightness rate. While the model of Samsung has a maximum of 1,000 nitsRedmi’s must settle for 900 nits.
In relation to the quality of the audio, it has been possible to enjoy a higher level of sound in the case of Redmi, while the quality would be hand in hand with the Samsung model. It should be noted, on the other hand, that the mobile from China has a headphone jack, an issue that can be of great relevance if you do not have Bluetooth-type headphones.
Regarding performance, both models have a Dimensity 1080 processor. These are devices that are perfectly created for most users. In fact, the 2 variants have an expandable RAM memory of 8 GB. At the same price, however, it should be noted that the Redmi comes included with 128 GB of internal storage, while the Samsung model has 256 GB.
Regarding photography, Samsung has opted for a 3-lens camera module, the main one being 48 mpx, with an aperture of 1.8. It also includes an 8 mpx wide angle sensor and a 5 mpx macro sensor. In the case of the Redmi Note 12 Pro 5G, there is a 50 mpx main lens, a wide angle, also 8 mpx, and a 2 mpx macro lens. What are the results? The truth is that there are no major differences between the two terminals.
The front camera does not clear up great doubts either, since both smartphones about a similar level of detail. Video recording, on the other hand, does not allow showing important changes either. Even so, it seems that the Redmi model is capable of offering a little more image stabilization.
Finally, in the battery and charging power section, both devices have a total battery of 5,000 mAh. However, it is noticeable that the performance of the Samsung Galaxy A34 5G is much higher than the Redmi Note 12 Pro 5G. In fact, the autonomy of the South Korean model can be extended to 2 days of normal use. However, the Xiaomi subsidiary device includes a charger (this does not happen with Samsung) and with a much higher charging power. He Note 12 Pro 5G charges at 67Wwhile the A34 5G at only 25 W.
So, which of the 2 would we stay with? If you want a terminal with greater autonomy and, of course, the prestige of carrying the logo of a consolidated manufacturer, you can choose the Samsung model. If, on the contrary, you want always enjoy fast charging and a little more stabilization in video recording, the option you should choose is the Redmi.
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