Galaxy A25, Redmi Note 13, Honor Magic6 Lite, Poco X6 and Nokia G42

Are you looking for the best smartphone for you that is compatible with 5G but your budget is limited to 300€? We have selected for you the Samsung Galaxy A25 5G, Xiaomi Redmi Note 13 5G, Honor Magic6Lite 5G, Poco X6 5G and Nokia G42 5G. But among these, which one suits you best? Here are their main technical characteristics compared to help you make your choice.

The design of a smartphone is a crucial element, and it often starts with the arrangement of the camera sensors. The Samsung Galaxy A25 5G offers a sleek design with its vertically aligned sensors. It stands out in midnight blue, blue, and lime. The POCO X6 5G, in black, blue, and white tones, also adopts a vertical arrangement of the sensors in a very minimalist style. The Honor Magic6 Lite 5G, in black, green, and orange faux leather finish, has a large circle on the back to integrate the camera sensors. On the other hand, the Nokia G42 5G, available in black, pink, and purple, opts for a square module layout. Finally, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 13 5G comes in black, blue, and white, with a very simple arrangement.

As for the size, the Samsung Galaxy A25 5G, with dimensions of 161×76.9×8.3 mm and a weight of 197 grams, is the heaviest. In contrast, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 13 5G is the lightest at 174.5 grams and has dimensions of 161.1x75x7.6 mm. The POCO X6 5G (161.15×74.24×7.98 mm, 181 grams) and the Honor Magic6 Lite 5G (163.6×75.5×7.85 mm, 185 grams) offer a balance between size and weight. The Nokia G42 5G stands out as the thickest mobile with 193.8 grams for dimensions of 165×75.8×8.55mm.

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For battery life, having a large battery is important even though resource management also has its importance. Thus, the Honor Magic6 Lite 5G leads with a 5300 mAh battery, promising a 2-day battery life. The POCO X6 5G, Nokia G42 5G, and Xiaomi Redmi Note 13 5G follow with 5100 mAh and 5000 mAh batteries, respectively. The Samsung Galaxy A25 5G, although equipped with a 5000 mAh battery, could be slightly disadvantaged in terms of longevity. In terms of charging speed, the POCO X6 5G stands out with a supported 67-watt charge. It is therefore the fastest in this exercise. It is followed by the Honor Magic6 Lite 5G (35 watts) and the Xiaomi Redmi Note 13 5G (33 watts). The Samsung Galaxy A25 5G and the Nokia G42 5G bring up the rear with 25 watts and 20 watts, respectively.

Which is the most powerful and what configuration for the photos?

The heart of a smartphone is its processor. The Honor Magic6 Lite 5G uses a Qualcomm Snapdragon 6 Gen 1, while the Nokia G42 5G is equipped with a Snapdragon 480, the POCO X6 5G with a Snapdragon 7s Gen 2, and the Samsung Galaxy A25 5G with an Exynos 1280. The Xiaomi Redmi Note 13 5G integrates a MediaTek Dimensity 6080. In terms of RAM, the POCO X6 5G offers up to 12GB, setting it apart from the other models which range between 4 and 8GB.
For storage, the Honor Magic6 Lite 5G and the POCO X6 5G stand out with 256GB and 512GB respectively, but without micro SD expansion, unlike the Nokia G42 5G, Xiaomi Redmi Note 13 5G, and Samsung Galaxy A25 5G. In terms of power, the POCO X6 5G seems to be in the lead, closely followed by the Xiaomi Redmi Note 13 5G.

For photos and videos, the Honor Magic6 Lite 5G and the Xiaomi Redmi Note 13 5G stand out with a main 108-megapixel sensor, offering exceptional resolution. The POCO X6 5G follows with a 64-megapixel sensor optically stabilized. The Samsung Galaxy A25 5G offers a 50-megapixel sensor, while the Nokia G42 5G also integrates a 50-megapixel sensor, but without optical stabilization. These smartphones offer various options, such as ultra-wide-angle and macro sensors, for photographic versatility. In terms of photo quality, the Honor Magic6 Lite 5G and the Xiaomi Redmi Note 13 5G seem to offer the best performance, followed by the POCO X6 5G.

Which one has the best display and what connectivity?

The POCO X6 5G and the Xiaomi Redmi Note 13 5G stand out with their 6.67-inch AMOLED screens, offering a maximum brightness of 1800 cd/m² and a resolution of 1080×2400 pixels. Their refresh rates of 120Hz promise remarkable fluidity. On the other hand, the Honor Magic6 Lite 5G offers a 6.78-inch AMOLED screen, with a brightness of 1200 cd/m² that has the peculiarity of being curved, like high-end models. Furthermore, it is undoubtedly the most durable screen of all since it is capable of driving nails (yes, really) and resisting falls from 1.5m without any damage. The Samsung Galaxy A25 5G, with its 6.5-inch AMOLED screen and a brightness of 1000 cd/m², also offers a quality visual experience. The Nokia G42 5G, with its 6.56-inch LCD screen and a brightness of 560 cd/m², is clearly behind.

Connectivity is essential for the user experience. Thus, all the models we have selected support 5G and Wi-Fi 6, except for the POCO X6 5G which uses Wi-Fi 5. The presence of NFC is uniform, as is Bluetooth 5.3 for most, except for the POCO X6 5G. The latter as well as the Xiaomi Redmi Note 13 5G stand out with an infrared emitter. Regarding the headphone jacks, they are present on all models except the Samsung Galaxy A25 5G. For waterproof certification, the Honor Magic6 Lite 5G, the POCO X6 5G, and the Xiaomi Redmi Note 13 5G have an IP54 certification, while the Nokia G42 5G is certified IP52. The Samsung Galaxy A25 5G does not have a waterproof certification. The location of the fingerprint readers varies, either under the screen or on the side.

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