Duel comparison: Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G vs Xiaomi 11T Pro

Duel comparison: Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G vs Xiaomi 11T Pro

main drawback Galaxy A52 5G was in the picture. In the A52s 5G, Samsung made an excellent choice by changing the SoC, but kept all the sensors. We are therefore entitled to a 64 MP main unit whose lens opens at 1.8. Thus, the shots are more or less the same as before. On the Xiaomi 11T Pro, a 108MP main unit is paired with an 8MP wide angle as well as a 2MP macro sensor.

On the other hand, the Xiaomi 11T Pro opts for a triple sensor consisting of a main sensor of 108 MP (f / 1.8), an ultra-wide angle of 8 MP (f / 2.2) and a macro module of 5 MP (f / 2.4).

Not surprisingly, the Galaxy A52s 5G’s offering is worse than that of its competitor. 11T Pro shots are more readable, in particular thanks to the subtle contrast highlighting which provides a more readable shot. This is confirmed at night, as the Xiaomi smartphone takes off. However, we note that both lack detail and do not offer optimal colorimetry (see Patterns).

Neither of the two ultra-wide-angle units is really convincing. Once again, we prefer the 11T Pro’s introduction despite the very obvious digital anti-aliasing and some chromatic drifts.

However, Samsung maintains the honor thanks to its very good front sensor, which allows you to take excellent selfies. Both smartphones perform well in video, but the 11T Pro can shoot up to 8K, compared to the 4K max of the A52s. So he wins the round.

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