Vivo Y50 Vs Redmi Note 9 Pro, Almost Lose In Everything

Vivo Y50 Vs Redmi Note 9 Pro, Almost Lose In Everything

Quite a lot of middle-class Smartphone devices are widely circulated in the Indonesian market today. Where Redmi Note 9 Pro and Vivo Y50 become the most popular duo in Indonesia because it does offer a series of interesting capabilities.

However, before deciding to buy the device, it would be nice if you pay attention to the differences between the two so as not to be disappointed later, by ignoring brand trust. Because the following reviews use the references of each specification.

With a price difference of Rp. 400 thousand, what are the differences between the Vivo Y50 and Redmi Note 9 pro which are important to know, where it is said that almost all have lost? The following discussion.

  1. Screen and Design

For the same screen quality problems, because they both use IPS LCD with a resolution of 1080 X 2400 pixels, and use the hole as a camera. However, its location is different, where Redmi places it exactly in the middle, while Vivo is in the upper left.

Then for the layers are also different, where Xiaomi’s subsidiary has helped embed the Corning Gorilla Glass 5 layer, while this competitor does not exist so it is important to provide an additional layer as a protector.

  1. Front and Rear Cameras

The front camera is equally 16MP resolution, it’s just that the recording capability of the Note 9 Pro is better with 1080 @ 30 / 120fps. It’s different from the Y50’s recording capability which only supports 1080p @ 30fps.

While the rear camera is again superior to Redmi with a 64MP camera + 8MP ultrawide + 5MP macro + 2MP depth sensor. And for Vivo it only offers a 13MP camera + 8MP ultrawide + 2MP macro + 2MP depth sensor only.

  1. Performance and Memory

And in terms of performance, Redmi Note 9 Pro Vs Vivo Y50 was again won by the successor to the Redmi Note 8 Pro , because it already uses the Snapdragon 720G chipset. Unlike the Vivo Y50, which is at a slightly lower level, using Snapdragon 665.

But the memory offered is the same, namely 8GB RAM and 128GB of storage capacity. Where if it’s still not satisfied, can be added with microSD.

  1. Battery and Fingerprint

Then for the capacity problem, the difference is not too big, which is 5020 mAh for Redmi and Vivo 5,000 mah. However, the power charging support is far different, where Redmi Note 9 Pro already supports up to 30W, and this competitor is only 15W.

Then for the fingerprint, this Redmi Note 9 brother has offered a new innovation by moving the sensor on the side. And for the Vivo Y50 is still in the back, as usual.

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