In appearance, the Redmi Note 12 Pro 5G can be called a classic smartphone, while the Realme 11 Pro has a very stylish structure. At the same time, both devices come with cases, a 66W charge, and also a protective film on the screen. In terms of usability, Redmi is the better of the two devices.

While both smartphones are equipped with stereo speakers, Redmi also has an infrared port and a headphone jack to control the equipment.

The smartphones have the same screens, but the Realme has a round screen while the Redmi has a flat one.

On AnTuTu, Realme scores slightly more: 580k versus 530k for Xiaomi. The cooling of the Realme 11 Pro is also slightly better.

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Both phones have 5000 mAh batteries and can last for 1.5-2 days. True, Realme runs about 20% longer, which may be due to its more powerful processor. Both devices are charged up to 100% in 40 minutes.

In both cases, the selfie camera has a resolution of 16 MP, but the presenter liked the photos taken on Realme a little more.

Realme’s main camera is 100 MP, while Xiaomi’s is 50 MP. However, the Redmi Note 12 Pro 5G also has a wide-angle lens that Realme does not have. In general, the expert liked the photos taken on Xiaomi more.

In terms of camera as a whole, the Redmi Note 12 Pro 5G comes out slightly better than the two smartphones, but the Realme 11 Pro looks more interesting in terms of design and ergonomics. As for performance, display, and other features, the devices in this regard are pretty much the same.

Source: Ferra

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