Xiaomi is one of the Chinese brands with the most presence in the world of smartphones. With its devices it is capable of standing up to the most veteran firms in the sector and they have characteristics very similar to the top of the range. Today the firm has thoroughly presented its Mi 10 that we are going to compare with the Samsung Galaxy S20, the other heavyweight right now in the world of mobile phones.
External differences between the Mi 10 and the Galaxy S20
Two great phones and top features come together in this Comparison of the Mi 10 and the Samsung Galaxy S20. We’ll start with the aspects of both phones in mind, and then we’ll dig deep into the internal hardware. For starters, the phone of the Chinese firm is 0.47 inches larger than the Korean making a difference of 6.2 inches to 6.67 respectively. However, more space does not mean more resolution, where the S20 mounts a Dynamic AMOLED panel of 1440p compared to the AMOLED 1080p of the Mi 10. On the front we also have an important difference and that is that The Xiaomi Mi 10 camera has 20 MPX, 10 more than the S20.
If we go to the back we see that the Mi 10 has opted for an aesthetic different from the rest of the firms when it comes to putting its lenses. In both phones they are housed in the upper left, putting four cameras in front of three. If we take a look at the data sheet, the Mi 10 is the only one of the two that has a 108 MPX sensor in the main camera that is only seen in the Galaxy S20 Ultra. The rest of the sensors they would be at 108 + 2 + 13 + 2 MPX (distributed in main sensor, depth sensor, wide angle and macro), compared to 12 + 12 + 64 MPX of the S20.
The internal differences of the Mi 10 and the S20
It is time to take a look at the data sheet, where we find great similarities between the devices. Both have 5G thanks to the benefits of two good processors such as Exynos 990 by the Galaxy S20 and the Snapdragon 865 by the Mi 10.
Both have versions of 8 or 12 GB in your RAM and an internal space of 128 GB, where you can choose 256 in the case of the Chinese terminal. Where the Mi 10 stands out the most is in the battery with its 4,780 mAh with 30 W fast charge compared to 4,000 Samsung with 25 W. On a software level, they both have Android 11 each with its custom MIUI 11 and One UI layer.
The prices of the two terminals
Now comes what many like to compare: the price of the Mi 10 and the Galaxy S20. By the Chinese terminal we have a cost of 799 euros approximately while the Korean house has put its smartphone for sale for 899 euros. Now it is up to you to choose which phone you would like to buy.