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Xiaomi or Samsung? Phones, Ecosystems and Updates Compared

In the upper echelon of the most popular smartphone manufacturers, both Xiaomi and Samsung sit pretty right at the top. While Samsung has been king-of-the-hill with its range of Galaxy smartphones for over a decade now, Xiaomi still remains a fairly young company. Nevertheless, the Chinese electronics giant has managed to grab a huge market share in the West recently.

Both manufacturers rely on Android and cover a wide price range. For this reason, we will divide this article into the three price categories of the flagship smartphone, mid-range, and entry-level models. In addition, we will also tell you how big the respective ecosystem is and how Samsung and Xiaomi have adopted Android in their respective skins.

Xiaomi vs. Samsung: Smartphone catalogs compared

Flagship

Let’s begin with a bang by looking at the models that determine the image of the brands in 2023: the flagships. Here, both Xiaomi and Samsung do showcase new technologies on offer at mouthwatering prices. Here are the 2023 models in comparison.

Xiaomi vs Samsung: Flagships

After the global launch of the Xiaomi 13 series, as well as the Xiaomi 13T series,  the stage is set for the big flagship duel between Android’s biggest brands. Samsung unveiled the new Galaxy S23 series a couple of days earlier, and we already know the prices for both the 2023 lines and the successors are not expected until early 2024.

In the Xiaomi corner, we find the Xiaomi 13 and Xiaomi 13 Pro models, as well as the 2022-launched 12T models, while for Samsung, it’s the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra. Different from last season, Xiaomi announced the Xiaomi 13 Ultra, with a promised global launch and impressive camera specs, which you can read all about in nextpit’s review.

Since you can take a look at the exact differences in the table, we will focus on the most obvious similarities and differences. Both smartphone series offer the latest technologies like AMOLED displays with a 120 Hertz refresh rate, multiple cameras at high resolutions, and current wireless standards like 5G, Bluetooth 5.1/5.2, and Wi-Fi 6, plus the latest Android 12 operating system with several years of updates.

Xiaomi 13 and Xiaomi 13 Pro
The Xiaomi 13 line brings a big camera module in both models. / © nextpit

However, there are still some differences to take note of. For example, Xiaomi is ahead in terms of quick charging and battery performance. In return, Samsung negotiated a deal with processor maker Qualcomm to supply an overclocked version of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 CPU, which debuted in the Xiaomi phones.

On the software update side, Samsung managed to one-up its rival. While Xiaomi only offers three years of major Android updates and four years of security updates, Samsung pips it ahead with four major Android updates and five years of security updates.

As you can see: Xiaomi and Samsung hardly have anything to separate themselves in the flagship market. While there are minor differences between the lineups, both manufacturers do represent the latest technologies in the smartphone world with their models. 

Mid-range

If you still look at only the most expensive models when it comes to smartphones, you are missing out on a lot. This is because the mid-range market continues to be the most exciting one since 2021 until now. Both Xiaomi and Samsung have launched extremely popular mid-range devices over the past two years, and nearly all of them offer a good price-performance ratio.

  Samsung Galaxy A mid-range phones Xiaomi Redmi mid-range phones Xiaomi Poco mid-range phones
Product
Picture
Samsung Galaxy A54
Samsung Galaxy A34
Samsung Galaxy A53
Samsung Galaxy A33
Xiaomi Redmi Note 12 Pro+
Xiaomi Redmi Note 12 Pro
Xiaomi Redmi Note 12
Xiaomi Redmi Note 11
Xiaomi Redmi Note 11
Display 6.4” OLED
1080 x 2400 pixels
120 Hz refresh rate
6.6” OLED
2400 x 1080 pixels
120 Hz refresh rate
6.5” OLED
1080 x 2400 pixels
120 Hz refresh rate
6.4” OLED
2400 x 1080 pixels
90 Hz refresh rate
6.67″ OLED
2400 x 1080 pixels
120 Hz refresh rate
6.67″ OLED
3200 x 1440 pixels
120 Hz refresh rate
6.67″ OLED
2400 x 1080 pixels
120 Hz refresh rate
SoC Samsung Exynos 1380 MediaTek Dimensity 1080 Samsung Exynos 1280 MediaTek Dimensity 1080 Qualcomm Snapdragon 685 Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 2 Qualcomm Snapdragon 7+ Gen 2
RAM 6 / 8 GB 4 / 6 / 8 GB 8 / 12 GB 6 / 8 GB 4 GB 8 / 12 GB LPDDR5X 8 / 12 GB LPDDR5 RAM
Storage 128 / 256 GB 256 GB 128 / 256 GB 64 / 128 GB 256 / 512 GB UFS 3.1 256 GB UFS3.1 ROM
Expandable storage ✔️
OS One UI 5.1 with Android 13   One UI 5.1 with Android 13   MIUI 14 based on Android 12 MIUI 14 based on Android 13
Camera Main: 50 MP, f/1.8, OIS
Ultra-wide angle: 12 MP, f/2.2
Macro: 5 MP, f/2.4
 
Main: 50 MP, f/1.8, OIS
Ultra-wide angle: 8 MP, f/2.2
Macro: 5 MP, f/2.4
 
Main: 64 MP, f/1.8, OIS
Ultra-wide angle: 12 MP, f/2.2
Macro: 5 MP, f/2.4
Depth: 5 MP, f/2,4
Main: 48 MP, f/1.8, OIS
Ultra-wide angle: 8 MP, f/2.2
Macro: 5 MP, f/2.4
Depth: 2 MP, f/2.4
Main: 200 MP, f/1.65, OIS
Ultra-wide-angle: 8 MP, f/2.2
Macro: 2 MP, f/2.4
 
Main: 50 MP, f/1.88, OIS
Ultra-wide-angle: 8 MP, f/2.2
Macro: 2 MP, f/2.4
 
Main: 50 MP, f/1.8
Ultra-wide-angle: 8 MP, f/2.2
Macro: 2 MP, f/2.4
 
Main: 64 MP, f/1.8, OIS
Ultra-wide-angle: 8 MP, f/2.2
Macro: 2 MP, f/2.4
 
Main: 64 MP, f/1.8
Ultra-wide-angle: 8 MP, f/2.2
Macro: 2 MP, f/2.4
 
Selfie 32 MP, f/2.2 13 MP, f/2.2 32 MP, f/2.2 13 MP, f/2.2 16 MP, f/2.5 13 MP, f/2.5 16 MP. f/2.45 16 MP. f/2.4
Battery 5000 mAh
25 W wired charging
 
5.000 mAh
120 W wired charging
 
5.000 mAh
67 W wired charging
 
5.000 mAh
33 W wired charging
 
5,160 mAh
67 W wired charging
30 W wireless charging
5,000 mAh
67 W wired charging
 
Charger included ✔️
Connectivity 5G / LTE / Wi-Fi 6 / Wi-Fi Direct / Bluetooth 5.3 / NFC 5G / LTE / Wi-Fi 5 / Wi-Fi Direct / Bluetooth 5.3 / NFC 5G / LTE / Wi-Fi 5 / Wi-Fi Direct / Bluetooth 5.1 / NFC 5G / LTE / Wi-Fi 6 / Wi-Fi Direct / Bluetooth 5.2 / NFC LTE / Wi-Fi 5 / Wi-Fi Direct / Bluetooth 5.0 / NFC 5G | LTE | Wi-Fi 6 | Wi-Fi Direct | Bluetooth 5.3 | NFC
IP certification IP67 IP53
Good
  • Great AMOLED screen (as usual)
  • Excellent battery life
  • Good performance in apps and games
  • The best update policy on its price range
  • Fewer bloatware than its Chinese rivals
  • Smooth AMOLED display
  • Good everyday performance
  • Best-in-class software support
  • Decent camera
  • Good AMOLED display
  • Good performance
  • Decent battery life
  • The best software support in the category
  • Powerful AMOLED display
  • Decent performance in everyday use
  • Great software support
  • Capable main camera
  • Smooth 120 Hertz AMOLED screen
  • Good performance in daily tasks and games
  • Nice pictures overall from the camera
  • Truly fast charging
  • Headphone jack
  • Affordable all-rounder
  • Great display with 1440p resolution
  • Strong performance thanks to Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1
  • Decent main camera
  • Fat battery including wireless charging with 30 watts
  • Stereo speakers and Dolby Atmos
  • Excellent (and stable) performance
  • Great battery life
  • Good screen
  • Headphone jack
Bad
  • No headphone jack
  • Slow wired charging
  • Lags behind the Pixels in camera performance
  • Slow wired charging
  • No charger in the box
  • No headphone jack
  • Lots of preinstalled apps
  • Slow charging
  • No headphone jack
  • Non-competitive price
  • A bit pricey
  • No wireless charging support
  • Rather slow Quick-Charging
  • No charger included
  • No headphone jack
  • Lots of preinstalled apps
  • Software support lags behind its main rival
  • Unnecessary 2 MP macro cam
  • Bloatware
  • Preinstalled apps don’t spark joy
  • Camera module is barebones
  • No microSD support
Rating Read the Galaxy A54 review Read the Galaxy A34 review Read the Galaxy A53 review Read the Galaxy A33 review Read the Redmi Note 12 Pro+ review

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Despite all the attention in the flagship arena, the most heated battles probably happen in the mid-range space. With duels like the Redmi Note 12 Pro+ versus the Galaxy A54, the category includes the best-selling models from both brands. 

Xiaomi is considered the manufacturer with the best price-performance ratio in the smartphone world, and that is to be taken quite literally in this case. The recently introduced Redmi Note 12 series offers displays with AMOLED and high refresh rates of up to 120 Hertz, Quick Charging at a maximum of 120 watts, and powerful cameras that capture up to 200 megapixels with prices starting around $199. The Poco F line, meanwhile, brings flagship-level chips (and performance) to mid-range pricing, with small sacrifices in cameras and a bunch of bundled apps.

However, Xiaomi’s software update policy is less convincing, and the pre-installed MIUI operating system does contain plenty of bloatware and even ads that require you to deactivate in a rather awkward manner. Also, their availability in the US is almost zero, with only independently imported models available in marketplaces.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 12 Pro Plus charging animation highlighted in the screen.
Fast wired charging at 120 watts is one of the Redmi Note 12 Pro+’s highlights. / © nextpit

Here, Samsung clearly positions itself as a brand for premium smartphones in the mid-range as well. The Galaxy A52, A52s, A52 5G, A72, and A32 models introduced in 2021 already shone with one of the longest update guarantees on the smartphone market. Samsung now continues this with the Galaxy A34 and Galaxy A54.

However, the phones do not have to hide in terms of specifications either. You get particularly high-quality AMOLED displays, triple or quad cameras with optical image stabilization, and sufficiently fast processors for the mid-range. However, Samsung cannot hold a candle to Xiaomi when it comes to fast charging times for smartphones, especially considering the Galaxy A models launched in 2022 and 2023 do not come with a charger in the box.

Entry-level

If smartphones are mainly supposed to be inexpensive, you can see an exciting development in this department in the last few years. For a long time now, Xiaomi was the first port of call for smartphones that cost less than $200. Samsung has reacted to this and even launched entry-level smartphones like the Samsung Galaxy A14. Basically, the same pros and cons apply as in the mid-range segment.

  Samsung Galaxy A entry-level phones Xiaomi Redmi entry-level phones
Product
Picture
Samsung Galaxy A14 5G
Samsung Galaxy A13 5G
Samsung Galaxy A13 4G
Samsung Galaxy A03s
Xiaomi Redmi Note 9T
Xiaomi Redmi Note 10S
Xiaomi Redmi 10 5G
Specifications 6.6-inch LCD
2408 x 1080 pixels
MediaTek Dimensity 700 (Global)
Samsung Exynos 1330 (India)

64 / 128 GB ROM
4 / 6 / 8 GB RAM
Triple camera
Main camera: 50 MP
Macro camera: 2 MP
Depth camera: 2 MP
5000 mAh
January 2023
6.5-inch LCD
1600×720 pixels
MediaTek Dimensity 700
64 / 128 GB ROM
4 / 6 GB RAM
Triple camera
Main camera: 50 MP
Macro camera: 2 MP
Depth camera: 2 MP
5000 mAh
December 2021
6.6-inch LCD
2408×1080 pixels
Unnamed octa-core SoC
64 GB ROM
4 GB RAM
Quad camera
Main camera: 50 MP
Ultra-wide-angle: 5 MP
Macro camera: 2 MP
Depth camera: 2 MP
5000 mAh
March 2022
6.5-inch LCD
1600×720 pixels
MediaTek MT6765 Helio P35
32 / 64 GB ROM
2 / 3 / 4 GB RAM
Triple camera
Main camera: 13 MP
Macro camera: 2 MP
Depth camera: 2 MP
5000 mAh
August 2021
6.53-inch, LCD
2340×1080 pixels
MediaTek MT6853 Dimensity 800U
64 / 128 GB ROM
4 / 6 GB RAM
Triple camera
Main camera: 48 MP
Macro camera: 2 MP
Depth camera: 2 MP
5000 mAh
January 2021
6.43-inch, AMOLED
2400×1080 pixels
MediaTek Helio G95
64 / 128 GB ROM
4 / 6 / 8 GB RAM
Quad camera
Main camera: 64 MP
Ultra-wide-angle: 8 MP
Macro camera: 2 MP
Depth camera: 2 MP
5000 mAh
March 2021
6.56-inch, LCD, 90 Hz
2408×1080 pixels
MediaTek Dimensity 700
64 / 128 GB ROM
4 / 6 GB RAM
Dual camera
Main camera: 50 MP
Depth camera: 2 MP
5000 mAh
March 2022
Good
  • Solid everyday performance
  • Expandable memory support
  • Headphone jack support
  • Vibrant display colors
  • Dependable biometric sensor
  • Excellent software support
  • Strong battery life
  • 5G support
  • Solid MediaTek Dimensity 800U performance
  • Excellent battery life
  • The main camera works great
  • MIUI 12
Bad
  • LCD display too dim for outdoor use
  • Lacks ultra-wide camera
  • Slow wired charging
  • Mono audio speaker
  • Weird design
  • Average performing display
  • Inflexible camera module
  • No IP certification
  • Ads in the user interface
Rating Read the Galaxy A14 5G review

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This means that Xiaomi normally offers a bit more performance and features for the same amount of money. Samsung, however, convinces with solid hardware, normally really good build quality, and its own Android skin, OneUI. However, we have to point out a special caveat for Xiaomi in this entry-level category.

Xiaomi also sells smartphones that have a particularly good price-performance ratio under the Poco brand. The manufacturer’s plan here is to offer the best possible hardware at the lowest possible price. For a market overview, take a look at our list of the best smartphones you can buy today for under $200.

Foldables

Over the past five years, a whole new smartphone category has opened up: foldable phones with touchscreens that simply fold in half. Although Xiaomi and Samsung introduced their first foldables pretty promptly, Samsung is clearly ahead of everyone else here. From 2021 until now, Samsung’s foldable smartphones continue to be the clear buying recommendation for unique handsets.

  Xiaomi’s challengers The foldable benchmark Compact flip
Product
Picture
Xiaomi Mix Fold 3
Xiaomi Mi Mix Fold 2
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 Product Image
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5 product image
Specifications 8.03 inches, AMOLED
2160×1916 pixels
6.56 inches, AMOLED
2520×1080 pixels
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2
256 / 512 / 1024 GB ROM
12 / 16 GB RAM
Quad camera
Main camera: 50 MP
Ultra wide: 12 MP
Telephoto camera: 10 MP
Telephoto camera: 10 MP
4,800 mAh
August 2023
8.92-inch, AMOLED
2160×1914 pixels
6.56-inch, AMOLED
2520×1080 pixels
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1
256 / 512 / 1024 GB ROM
12 GB RAM
Triple camera
Main camera: 50 MP
Ultra-wide-angle: 13 MP
Telephoto camera: 8 MP
4,500 mAh
August 2022
7.6-inch Dynamic AMOLED display
2176 x 1812 pixels
6.2-inch Super AMOLED screen
2316 x 904 pixels
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC
256 / 512 GB/1 TB ROM
12 GB RAM
Triple photo module
Main camera: 50 MP
Ultra-wide angle: 12 MP
Telephoto: 10 MP
4,400 mAh battery
Released in July 2023
6.7-inch Dynamic AMOLED display
2640×1080 pixels
3.4-inch Super AMOLED screen
720 × 748 pixels
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC
256 / 512 GB ROM
8 GB RAM
Dual photo module
Main camera: 12 MP
Ultra-wide angle: 12 MP
3,700 mAh battery
Released in July 2023
Good
  • Superb main and cover screens
  • Top performance and the most stable on the market
  • Excellent autonomy, efficient fast recharging
  • Meticulous finish with a fairly solid hinge
  • Good build quality
  • Great battery life
  • High-quality camera performance
  • Consistent performance
  • Best Android update policy
  • Truly useful cover display
  • Improved hinge mechanics
  • Balanced display image quality
  • Fluid software experience
  • Above-average camera quality
Bad
  • Disappointing photo module for the price
  • MIUI Fold 13 lacks maturity (and functionality)
  • Impossible to tilt the screen to 90° (without a special case)
  • Price
  • Under-display selfie camera is still noticeable
  • Design feels stuck in time
  • 25 W charging is not fast
  • Still missing a stylus garage
  • Gets hot under demanding tasks
  • Still expensive
  • Slightly larger crease in the display
  • Only average battery life
  • Charging time exceeds one hour
  • No charger included in the box
Rating

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Read the Mi Mix Fold 2 review Read the Galaxy Z Fold 5 review Read the Galaxy Z Flip 5 review
Offers*

However, bear in mind that foldable smartphones are still costly. While the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 offers a format that transforms a traditional smartphone into a tablet when opened, the Galaxy Z Flip 5 is more reminiscent of a classic flip phone. From a half-smartphone, you get a full-size smartphone.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 at Samsung event
When it comes to foldable smartphones, Samsung clearly has a head start / © nextpit

Xiaomi introduced the Mi Mix Fold in 2021, which was followed by the Mi Mix Fold 2 in 2022, and the Mix Fold 3 in 2023. The foldable follows a similar concept as the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4, but it has not been officially released outside of China. Since we do not recommend importing the smartphone, we will not go into more detail about the device. For more information, just follow the link to our review page of the Xiaomi Mi Mix Fold.

Software and privacy

You have already read a bit about it in the earlier paragraphs concerning both smartphone offerings: Samsung is better positioned than Xiaomi in terms of software updates. To provide you with a better idea of this, we will take a closer look at both operating systems once again.

Samsung’s One UI

As the name suggests, Samsung’s One UI is used on all Android devices from the manufacturer. The Samsung-optimized Android interface is considered a thing of beauty among skins and offers numerous additional features like extended multitasking features, support for Samsung’s S Pen stylus, and native support for Samsung services like Samsung’s S Cloud.

Samsung One UI Wallpaper
Samsung’s One UI is considered one of the most beautiful Android skins ever. / © Gabo_Arts/Shutterstock

In our review of Samsung’s latest One UI 5.0 skin, you can read about the myriad of options Samsung has implemented with the corresponding update to Android 13. Apart from the features, you can also look forward to the fact that Samsung’s own services are not preloaded with a lot of bloatware and that software updates are usually provided for longer.

Note that the manufacturer only extended the update policy for selected (high-end) models to four Android versions and five years of security updates at the beginning of 2022.

However, not everything is perfect in Samsung’s software either. The huge size of Samsung’s operating systems tends to stand out in reviews. Thus, you have to live with having up to 15% of the available storage space used up even before you set up your Samsung smartphone.

Samsung also works increasingly on implementing its own hardware and software ecosystem. For instance, you can only use the multi-pairing feature of the Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro with other Samsung devices.

Xiaomi MIUI

The MIUI operating system skin emerged from a former custom ROM that worked on rooted Android phones. Xiaomi has taken over the operating system and has developed it a lot more since then. Compared to Samsung’s OneUI, MIUI looks a bit cooler and offers even more customization options. Once again, you can best check out the features of the latest MIUI operating system in the linked review.

MIUI 14 logo
MIUI 14 is being deployed after Samsung finished its Android 13 roll out. / © NextPit / Xiaomi

We have to directly address the elephant in the room concerning MIUI: The current MIUI 14 version is still partly based on Android 12, so you will have to do without the new features that Google introduced with Android 13 in this case. Furthermore, Xiaomi repeatedly attracts negative attention with ads and bloatware on its phones. Meanwhile, the company already teased MIUI 15 in China, which should be released this year.

For many people, Xiaomi’s operating system is also questionable because it is not entirely transparent with how the collected data is handled. As a Chinese company, Xiaomi has to strongly comply with the country’s data protection regulations. Thus, if you want to be sure that your data is not passed on to the Chinese Communist Party, you might want to look for another manufacturer. This is a political issue, but we do not want to enter this territory.

Wearables and other devices

Both Xiaomi and Samsung do not only see themselves as smartphone rivals. This is because, with the purchase of a new smartphone, you also gain a doorway into an ecosystem of other devices. Both manufacturers offer smartwatches, fitness trackers, tablets, TVs, in-ear Bluetooth headphones, and even washing machines or smart toilet seats. However, we only review wearables and tablets from these product categories.

Wearables and other devices

In the table above, you can find current reviews of these devices from Xiaomi and Samsung. However, we only want to highlight this segment to you in order to illustrate the ecosystems of both manufacturers. Overall, Xiaomi and Samsung do not give each other much elbow room in this respect. If you feel comfortable with devices from a certain manufacturer, you can sit back and continue shopping with both Samsung and Xiaomi.

Price stability and sustainability

Xiaomi is a prime example of a manufacturer that produces so-called “fast phones”. In other words, smartphones are inexpensive to buy and reach the end of their life cycle after around two years. The manufacturer offers quick-charging technologies that shorten the battery lifespan and an update guarantee that corresponds to a similar time frame. Only the most expensive Xiaomi smartphones offer a longer update guarantee with three years of security updates.

The story is slightly different when it comes to Samsung. As mentioned earlier, numerous Samsung smartphones will now receive long-term support updates. The new devices from the S22 series, for example, can be used until 2027. The workmanship on these handsets is good enough that the devices should be able to last until then with a little bit of extra care and caution. However, even Samsung is not immune to the fast phone culture with its entry-level smartphones. The rule of thumb here is: The more expensive a Samsung smartphone is, the longer you can theoretically use it.

Close-up shot showing the Galaxy S22 and S22+ camera modules
Recycled plastic is used in the Galaxy S22 (pictured) and S23 phones. / © nextpit

However, neither brand is a particularly sustainable smartphone manufacturer. Samsung omits the chargers in many of its more expensive smartphones and relies on plastic parts made from recycled fishing nets in the S22 series. Xiaomi did plan something similar with the Mi 11 but ultimately decided against leaving the charger out of the packaging for the Western market.

However, avoiding electronic waste by omitting the charger is not a prime example of sustainability at Samsung either. Small steps in the right direction should therefore not be a reason to buy Samsung in any case. If sustainability is important to you, you should go for models like the Shiftphone or Fairphone 4, which can be repaired and upgraded due to their modular form factor.

Conclusion

Xiaomi or Samsung – which smartphone manufacturer offers more in the end? This question is probably harder to answer for any other pair of brands than for the competitors from China and South Korea. After all, both manufacturers do offer models for beginners all the way to the high-end market or niche markets such as foldables.

However, Samsung still positions itself more toward being a manufacturer of premium smartphones in 2023, which is justified by models like the expensive Galaxy S23 Ultra and the latest foldables. Even with its own Ultra flagship, Xiaomi still carries the reputation of being a highly recommended bang-for-the-buck smartphone manufacturer with fantastic mid-range offerings, as these are the strengths of the company by stretching your hard-earned dollar. 

Samsung’s big ace up its sleeve, however, is One UI, and it also offers a particularly long update warranty. Thus, Samsung can further strengthen its image as a premium brand for this year. Xiaomi continues to try to narrow this gap, and the 13 flagships have long been released to make an excellent impression. The 13 series has also made it to Europe, and some of them carry impressive specs, but as in previous years, the Chinese brand won’t launch its phone in America…

The duel between the two smartphone giants remains exciting! It is reason enough for you to take another look at this article occasionally for the latest updates.


The most recent update of this article occurred in December 2023 with updated specs, previous comments have been preserved.

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