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TECNO Camon 20 Pro 5G vs the Realme 11 Pro 5G: A clear winner emerges

Affordable mid-range phones are among the most sought-after devices in the Indian market for the tremendous value they tend to offer. At the forefront of the race to top this segment are the TECNO Camon 20 Pro 5G and the Realme 11 Pro 5G, which are both sold under the Rs 25,000 mark. But there are a lot of glaring differences between the two that make one better than the other. If you’re confused about which one to go for, here’s a thorough comparison to help you make your final decision.

Performance – Camon 20 Pro 5G takes the lead

The TECNO Camon 20 Pro is India’s first smartphone to be powered by the mighty new MediaTek Dimensity 8050 chipset. As opposed to that, the Realme 11 Pro 5G has gone for the less powerful Dimensity 7050 SoC. Both are 6nm chipsets but the one adopted by the

TECNO phone has a more powerful core setup. Its single Cortex-A78 core is clocked at a strong 3.0GHz and its other three Cortex-A78 cores run at 2.6GHz. As for the Dimensity 7050 chip onboard the Realme device, it only comes with two Cortex-A78 cores that are both clocked at 2.6GHz.

This discrepancy will definitely lead to a big advantage for the TECNO Camon 20 Pro 5G when it comes to overall performance, especially while handling heavy tasks like gaming and video editing. This is also evident in the benchmark scores produced by both handsets. The Camon 20 Pro 5G averages around 6,87,000 on AnTuTu, whereas the Realme 11 Pro 5G maxes out at 5,50,000. So, if performance is a priority, the TECNO device is clearly an ideal choice.

Cameras – Low-light performance is the deciding factor

While you most smartphone cameras these days click decent pictures, cameras that excel in low-light and night-time imaging are still hard to find, especially in mid-range. Both phones address this with their software and hardware, so let’s take a look at which one emerges victorious. The TECNO Camon 20 Pro 5G ships with a special 64MP RGBW sensor that’s paired with a (G+P) lens. This lens is capable of attracting a whopping 200 percent additional light towards the sensor and this leads to stunning low-light shots with crispness and detail that’s impressive. Moreover, the phone also ships with sensors for portrait and macro shots that enhance the productivity of its camera apparatus.

And then there’s the Realme 11 Pro 5G, which ships with a 100MP main camera but doesn’t offer a similar variety in camera lenses. While it offers higher-resolution images through its primary camera, it skips a macro sensor and only offers a depth sensor. The awesome close-up shots made possible by the said camera give the Camon 20 Pro 5G an edge for those who like to click such innovative shots. The TECNO handset is ahead in the selfie department as well. It’s got a 32MP Ultra Clear Selfie camera featuring a Night Mode and HDR. On the other hand, the Realme phone adopts a 16MP front camera. Notably, the Camon 20 Pro 5G offers flash support with the front camera, which means you will be able to click better selfies even in low-light situations in comparison with the Realme 11 Pro, which lacks this. Even the rear camera flash is superior in the case of the TECNO offering, which means you will not have to face issues with lighting in any situation.

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