While the Samsung Galaxy S11 release date has not yet arrived, the upcoming smartphone has already been compared with the Xiaomi Mi Note 10, which just hit the market. To give potential buyers some idea on what the two phones are capable of, here are some specs comparisons between the two gadgets.

1. Camera

The Xiaomi Mi Note 10 appears to have a better rear camera package when compared to the Samsung Galaxy S11. The Chinese brand's new smartphone sports a five-sensor back camera assembly which consists of a 108-megapixel primary sensor, a 20-megapixel wide-angle sensor, a 12-megapixel telephoto sensor, a 5-megapixel telephoto sensor, and a 2-megapixel macro sensor.

On the other hand, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S11 will reportedly sport a four-sensor back camera setup which consists of a 108 MP (main), two 13 MP sensors and a 5 MP sensor with autofocus, according to smartprix.com. This combination of sensors will allow the gadget ultra-wide-angle shots, an optical zoom of up to 5x and a time-of-flight feature.

Xiaomi Mi Note 10 has better resolution compared to Galaxy S11 when it comes to the front camera. The former has a 32 MP f/2 front cameras while the latter has two 12 MP + 8 MP front-facing sensors.

2. RAM and Storage

Meanwhile, the Galaxy S11 will have an advantage when it comes to RAM as it will have 8GB, which means that one can run more applications on the phone simultaneously. On the other hand, the Mi Note 10 based model only has 6GB but a higher-end version is available with an upgraded RAM of 8GB.

The Mi Note 10 has two options for internal storage. One can choose a 128GB model but other who might have a higher storage requirement can opt for the 256GB variant.

However, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S11 is better when it comes to storage capacity. Not only will the upcoming unit have 256GB of internal storage it will also support a memory card for addition storage space of up to 512GB. Xiaomi’s phone does not memory card support.

3. Battery

Battery capacity is important if battery lifespan is the user’s number one priority. In this aspect, the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 has a significant edge over then Samsung S11.

The Samsung Galaxy S11 will reportedly sport a 3700 mAh Li-ion battery. On the other hand, the Mi Note 10 packs more juice with its 5260 mAh Li-Po battery.