Smartphones have become an integral part of our daily life and its smooth functioning. From a quick email to a quick selfie, we need them for anything and everything. So before choosing the perfect smartphone for yourself, you should be backed by all the specs, pros, and cons. Both the Samsung M11 and the Vivo S1 Pro are favorites in the market currently. Although, there are some pros and cons for each one of them.
Comparing the Vivo S1 Pro and the Samsung M11
Vivo S1 Pro has a much superior display with its Super Colour AMOLED display screen and 1080 x 2340 pixels display resolution. The Samsung M11, on the other hand, has a Colour PLS LCD screen with a 720 x 1560 pixels low-resolution display. So, visibly, the Vivo smartphone has a pixel density that’s 1.5 times higher than its competitor from Samsung, and hence, holds the better display tag.
The Samsung M11 weighs 168 grams, and the Vivo S1 Pro weighs around 186 grams. The Samsung phone, being lighter, is definitely easier to hold and to use.
RAM is absolutely key to the smooth functioning of your phone, especially in the era of high-tech and gaming apps taking over. The Vivo S1 Pro has a massive RAM of 8 GB, which can make all your tasks totally effortless, while the 3 GB RAM of the Samsung M11 can prove to be quite a difficult thing to deal with.
4. Chipset and CPU
Both the smartphones offer Qualcomm Snapdragon chipsets — one of the best available in the market right now. The Samsung M11 comes with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 SoC, while the Vivo S1 Pro has the Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 chipset.
Although with a 2 GHz octa-core processor, the clock speed of the Vivo smartphone is almost 5.56% higher than that of the Samsung smartphone, which has a 1.8 GHz octa-core processor. Higher clock speed translates to better CPU performance and finally, better overall experience.
5. Rear Camera
The Samsung M11 has a triple primary camera set-up consisting of 13 MP (wide angle) + 5 MP (ultrawide) + 2 MP (autofocus) cameras. The Vivo S1 Pro, on the other hand, has a quad-core camera configuration with a 48 MP (main) + 8 MP (super wide angle) + 2 MP (super macro) + 2 MP (bokeh with autofocus).
Each one of them is meant for various things like wide-angle photos, extra zoom, or for a bokeh effect in photos. Both phones also have a powerful LED flash in their rear cameras.
6. Front Camera
The front camera of the Samsung M11, with an 8 MP wide-angle camera is not quite the competition to the 32 MP front camera of the Vivo S1 Pro.
In almost all aspects, the Vivo S1 Pro looks to be better than the Samsung M11 model. Although, when the battery capacity is considered, Samsung triumphs with its 5,000 mAh Li-ion battery over the 4,500 mAh Li-Po battery of the Vivo S1 Pro.
8. Operating System
The Samsung M11 has the Android v10.0 as its default operating system while the Vivo S1 Pro has the Android v9.0 as the default OS.
Which is better?
The Samsung M11 is lighter and has a slightly better battery, but the Vivo S1 Pro has a lot more features like better CPU clock speed, higher RAM, more internal storage, and a high-resolution display to over-compensate for it.
The Samsung M11, priced at Rs. 9,900, can be a good option if your budget is under the 10K mark. But if you can afford it, the Vivo S1 Pro is by far a better smartphone and can cost around Rs. 18,299.
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