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In India, competition between Realme and Xiaomi has gone beyond smartphones. During the past few decades, India has become a battleground for the Chinese companies. Xiaomi has adopted a unique strategy to sell it’s best products at the best price. Realme a sub-brand of OPPO is chasing Xiaomi. Xiaomi’s Redmi note series provides the best camera and better battery life. On the contrary pure performance at low price is furnished by Realme.
Realme X2 VS Redmi K20 features
Realme X2 is reviewed the latest mid-range smartphone from the Chinese brand. The Realme X2 is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G SoC, making it the first smartphone under Rs. 20,000 to have it. It’s designed around the Realme XT, with nearly identical ports and button placement. It also features a dewdrop notch with a large, Super AMOLED display and a in-display fingerprint sensor. The phone features two Nano-SIM card slots and a dedicated slot for a microSD card.
Redmi K20 gets the Snapdragon 730 SoC and comes equipped with the slightly lower-end 48-megapixel Sony IMX582 sensor. Xiaomi has finally brought the Redmi K20 to India Redmi K20 starts at Rs. 21,999 in India, and for that price, the phone offers a striking design, a notch-less AMOLED display, triple rear cameras including a 48-megapixel main snapper, a large 4,000mAh battery, and 18W fast charging.
Enough memory space
The Realme X2 has been launched in three variants in India — one with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage (Rs. 16,999); one with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage (Rs. 18,999); and finally 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage (Rs. 19,999).
Redmi K20 comes in two variants – a base model with 6GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage and a higher-end configuration with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage. Unfortunately, there is no microSD card slot for storage expansion.
Battery life is another strong area of the Redmi K20. In a week, which involves using social media and productivity apps throughout, an hour of gaming, a couple of hours of listening to music over Bluetooth headphones, and intermittent calls, the phone still had around 30 to 35 percent battery left in the tank at the end of each day.
Realme X2 for can be used full day. The 4,000mAh battery, coupled with the 8nm SoC will easily give you about a day and a half of runtime with medium to light usage. Unfortunately in HD video battery loop test Realme X2 ran for just 13 hours and 11 minutes, which was lower than expected.
The charging speed was also impressive. We were able to charge the Realme X2 from zero all the way to about 60 percent in half an hour, and up to 95 percent in an hour. This is due to the VOOC Flash Charge 4.0 feature and bundled 30W charger.
The Realme X2 screen is still relatively large, so using this phone comfortably with one hand can be challenging at times. Button placement is good and the layout of the ports is also the same as on previous Realme phones, with the speaker, USB Type-C port, and headphone socket all placed at the bottom. The X2 supports expandable storage and has a dedicated slot for a microSD card, in addition to the slots for two Nano-SIMs
They make the frame running around the sides of the phone of Series 6000 Aluminium and matches the color scheme of the rear panel. Overall, the Redmi K20 is built solidly and feels premium from the get-go.
The phone has Gorilla Glass5 on the front and the rear. The volume and power buttons are comfortably positioned on the right side, and both provide good tactile feedback when pressed. The power button has a red accent and stands out from the rest of the body. The camera module at the back of the Redmi K20 protrudes slightly.
The pop-up front camera module has LED lights that glow when, raised in dark surroundings. It also has a slight ring at the top that lights up and acts as the phone’s notification light, but it is hard to notice mostly when the phone is lying flat.
Camera – ‘Realme a step ahead’
Redmi K20 is embedded with three rear cameras (48MP + 13MP + 8MP)– a 48-megapixel Sony IMX582 sensor with an f/1.75 aperture, an 8-megapixel secondary camera with a telephoto lens and an f/2.4 aperture, and a 13-megapixel camera with an ultra-wide-angle lens and 124.8-degree field of view. Selfies are handled by a pop-up 20-megapixel camera with an f/2.2 aperture.
Sapphire glass protects the lense, while the module itself is automatically retracted when the phone detects that it is falling. As for camera features, the Redmi K20 supports slow-mo video capture at up to 960fps and 4K video capture at 30fps.
There is a dedicated night mode, a 48-megapixel mode, lighting effects, and a tonne of beautification filters to play with.
Realme X2 have a primary 64-megapixel sensor with an f/1.8 aperture; an 8-megapixel wide-angle camera; a 2-megapixel depth sensor; and a 2-megapixel macro camera i.e 64+8+2+2 MP
The Realme X2 lets you use Netscape for the selfie camera, which improved the exposure a bit even in dimly lit areas. The screen flash was bright and very effective in lighting up your face, even in very dark scenarios.
The Realme X2 can shoot 1080p selfie videos, and under good light, details were good and colors looked natural. There’s a new bokeh mode for selfie videos, which actually worked pretty well even when you have two faces in the frame. It even shows you the background blur effect in real-time, as you’re recording. Low-light selfie videos aren’t the best, but are passable provided there’s good artificial lighting around.
If the front camera is under good light, image quality will be quite impressive. Details were solid, the colors were accurate, and exposure was generally well-balanced. Even when shooting against the light the HDR works quite well, exposing our face and the background equally well.
Is Realme X2 Worth Buying?
Overall both the smartphones provide the best features. But Realme X2 leads in terms of price as its the most affordable smartphone as compared to Redmi K20.
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HP Pavilion 15-bc504TX i5 9th Generation vs Acer Aspire 5 Core i5 8th Generation Laptop|Best In Budget For You?
HP Pavilion 15-bc504TX (7JP00PA) Laptop (Core i5 9th Gen/8 GB/1 TB/Windows 10/4 GB) laptop has a 15.6 Inches (39.62 cm) display. This laptop is powered by Intel Core i5-9300H (9th Gen) processor, embedded with 8 GB of RAM and has 1 TB HDD storage. It runs on Windows 10 Home Basic operating system. It has a 4 GB NVIDIA Geforce GTX 1050 graphics card in order to manage the graphical functions. To keep it alive, it has a 4 Cell Li-Ion battery and weighs 2.17 Kg.
On the contrary Acer Aspire A515-51G (NX.GUGSI.001) Laptop (Core i5 8th Gen/8 GB/1 TB/Windows 10/2 GB) laptop has a 15.6 Inches (39.62 cm) display. This laptop is powered by Intel Core i5-8250U (8th Gen) processor, embedded with 8 GB of RAM and has 1 TB HDD storage.
It runs on Windows 10 Home Basic operating system. As far as the graphics card is concerned this notebook has a 2 GB NVIDIA Geforce 940MX graphics card to manage the graphical functions. To keep it alive, it has a 4 Cell Li-Ion battery and weighs 2.2 Kg.
To get the best out of both let us have a brief comparison in order to get exact information and features.
Hp i5 9th generation vs Acer i5 8th generation both consists of LED-type display having 15.6 inches display size. HP has a display resolution of 1920×1080 pixels with a pixel density of 141 PPI. Its display features consist of diagonal FHD SVA anti-glare WLED- backlit display. While Acer has a display resolution of 1366× 768 pixels with a pixel density of 100 PPI embedded with display features consisting of HD LED Backlit TFT Display. Overall, both of them does not include the touch screen facility.
HP i5 is embraced with the Core i5 – 9300H (9 Gen) processor. It’s has NVIDIA Geforce GTX 1050 as it’s a graphic processor with graphic memory of 4 GB and a clock speed of 2.4 GHz. Acer i5 has Intel Core i5-8250U (8th Gen) as it’s processor coupled with NVIDIA Geforce 940MX as it’s the graphic processor. Acer i5 is enclosed with 2GB as it’s graphic memory.
Both the laptops have DDR4 type of RAM along with 8 Gigabyte of memory layout along with 1 memory slots allotted for each. RAM speed for both the laptop differs. HP i5 leads in terms of RAM speed as it has 2566 Mhz while the latter consists of 2400 Mhz of RAM speed. The laptops also share a common similarity of 8 GB memory capacity. Overall both the laptops HP i5 9th generation and Acer i5 8th generation show a common characteristic and present a satisfying memory allocation.
Battery life is the most common characteristics feature, in order to have your laptop working during long-distance travel for meetings and conferences your laptop should be capable of offering high battery life. Hp i5 9th generation an Acer i5 8th generation tends to share the same trends to keep it alive. HP has a 63.3 W AC AdapthaveW on the contrary Acer has 65 W AC Adapter W of power supply. Both the laptops have 4 Cell battery of Li-Ion type. Hence both the laptops prove satisfying for the customers without much sacrificing the customer’s needs.
HP i5 is embedded with integrated Dual Array Digital Microphone whereas Acer i5 consists of digital microphone. Acer i5 contains stereo speakers while Hp has dual speakers. Sound technology also shows a variation as Acers has Acer True Harmony Technology on the contrary Hp has B&O Play sound technology. Video recording quality does not differ as both laptops have video quality of 720p HD with webcam available along with an inbuilt microphone..
FEATURES HP i5 Acer i5
- KEYBOARD Acid Green Keyboard Standard keyboard Notebook
- POINTING HP Imagepad Touchpad Touchpad with Multi-touch
- FINGERPRINT SENSOR NO No
- OPTICAL DRIVE NO NO
HP i5 has introduced India with a price of Rs 56,991 whereas Acer i5 was introduced for Rs 48,990. Overall both the laptops are offered at an affordable rate with Acer i5 cheaper in comparison with Hp i5. Features and prices both go hand in hand hence, both the laptops furnish the best features and will satisfy customers’ needs.
It totally depends upon your budget and your favorite.
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