There are so many budget smartphones on the shelves of networkers that you ask yourself the question: “Is it worth taking them and how will they behave in games?” In this article, we take a look at the stuffing of the Redmi 10 Prime and Samsung Galaxy M12. The first one is still available in India, but it is a novelty with interesting characteristics.
Let’s start with Redmi, which is a 6.5-inch LCD with 90Hz refresh rate, 720 x 1600 resolution and 405 ppi pixel density. The Galaxy M12 is not so smooth: PLS IPS with the same diagonal and frequency, but the resolution is lower – 720 x 1600, and the frames take up 2% more space compared to Redmi 10 Prime. In terms of pixel density, the Galaxy M12 loses miserably – 270 ppi. That is, you cannot use augmented reality glasses with it. By the way, Redmi 10 Prime has Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection.
Now for the tastiest. Redmi has an 8-core MediaTek Helio G88 on a 12nm process technology. The maximum memory capacity is 6 + 128 GB with microSD support. The Samsung Galaxy M12 has only 4 + 128 GB, and under the hood is the Exynos 850. Although this chipset is made on the 8nm process technology, it is almost a year older than the Helio G88 and wins only in terms of autonomy. At the same time, both processors are not designed for games – the Helio G88, the favorite in this battle, has only 15 out of 100 points for Nano Review…
There is no particular difference in cameras: Redmi 10 Prime has 50 + 8 + 2 + 2 Mp, while Samsung Galaxy M12 has 48 + 5 + 2 + 2 Mp. Both smartphones have 8 megapixels in front, only Redmi 10 Prime wins slightly in aperture – f / 2.0 versus f / 2.2. In terms of battery capacity, Redmi comes with 6,000 mAh, Samsung Galaxy M12 – 5,000 mAh.
- Xiaomi Redmi 10 Prime 4 + 64 GB – 12 440 rubles
- Samsung Galaxy M12 4 + 64 GB – 14,999 rubles