Samsung Galaxy S21 FE 5G, Xiaomi 12, Apple iPhone 13, Honor Magic4 Pro and Google Pixel 6 at knockdown prices (Third Markdown Sales)
This is the third markdown and therefore the chance to do business with the smartphones you want. We chose the iPhone 13, Honor Magic4 Pro, Google Pixel 6, Xiaomi 12 and Samsung Galaxy S21 FE 5G. But which of these is really for you? Here are some cross comparison elements that will help you make your choice.
The design of the iPhone 13 is striking, as the mobile benefits from beautiful lines with an efficient back and flat profiles. The Pixel 6 stands out with its rear image sensors integrated into a wide band that separates the back of the device into two colors. The Honor Magic4 Pro offers lines worthy of the top of the range with refined profiles and a large circle on the back to accommodate the image sensors. The Xiaomi 12 is more reasonable with a sensor island in the upper left corner. This is also the case for the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE 5G with little effect to return to one of the profiles to offer a successful integration as possible. Of all of them, the iPhone 13 is the most compact. It is also the thinnest in our comparison and the lightest with a weight of 174 grams compared to 177 grams for the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE 5G, 180 grams for the Xiaomi 12, 207 grams for the Google Pixel 6 and 215 grams for Honor Magic4 Pro. It is the latter that is most impressive.
The battery on board the Honor Magic4 Pro has a capacity of 4600 mAh, as in the Pixel 6 while the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE 5G and Xiaomi 12 use a 4500 mAh battery against 3227 mAh for the iPhone 13. the fastest is the Honor Magic4 Pro supports charging at 100 watts both wired and wireless. Then there is the Xiaomi 12 which receives 67 watts then the Pixel 6 at 30 watts, the Samsung at 25 watts then the iPhone 13. All charge wirelessly and also offer reverse charging.
What is the best screen and what connectivity?
The most impressive screen is installed on the Honor Magic4 Pro because it benefits from an AMOLED panel curved on 4 sides with a diagonal of 6.81 inches and is able to change its refresh rate between 1 and 120 Hz , according to needs. The screen supports HDR10+ and IMAX Enhanced video formats for streaming platforms that offer them. The display surface of the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE 5G is also interesting with a diagonal of 6.4 inches in AMOLED HDR10 + panel at 120 Hz maximum. It’s the same size as the Pixel 6’s AMOLED screen, but limited to 90 Hz for slightly less fluid scrolling.
The Xiaomi 12 screen is 6.28 inches in AMOLED at 120 Hz that supports HDR10+ and Dolby Vision technologies. This is also the case for the iPhone 13 screen which is limited to 6.1 inches diagonally and 60 Hz.
All are compatible with 5G network. They also offer Wi-Fi 6, for the iPhone 13, Samsung Galaxy S21 FE 5G and Honor Magic4 Pro while Google’s Xiaomi 12 and Pixel 6 offer Wi-Fi 6E, with a compatible router. Only the Xiaomi 12 is not officially certified waterproof. It has the particularity of having an infrared transmitter to make it a universal remote control. All but the iPhone 13 have an in-display fingerprint reader. Xiaomi 12 can read the heart rate of the user.
Which is the most powerful and what configurations for photos?
If you’re looking for the most powerful smartphone in our comparison, it’s next to the iPhone 13 that you have to look at with its Apple A15 Bionic chipset over the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 installed in the Honor Magic4 Pro and Xiaomi 12 with 8 GB of RAM, for both. Then there is the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE 5G with its Snapdragon 888 processor while Google’s Pixel 6 has a Tensor chip with 8 GB of RAM. No one supports adding a memory card.
Finally, for photos, the iPhone 13 is content with two 12-megapixel sensors, one of which is optically stabilized. This is also the case with the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE 5G which adds an 8 megapixel sensor on its back. The Pixel 6 has a 50-megapixel primary sensor with a 12-megapixel secondary module. The Xiaomi 12 takes advantage of the same 50-megapixel sensor with a 13-megapixel sensor for ultra-wide-angle shots and a 5-megapixel sensor for macro shots. The Magic4 Pro has one of the most muscular configurations with two 50-megapixel sensors, one with 7 lenses and the other dedicated to macro and ultra-wide-angle photos. Add to that a 64-megapixel sensor capable of up to 3.5x optical zoom and up to 100x digital zoom, doubly stabilized.