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    Samsung Galaxy M20 vs Xiaomi Redmi Note 6 Pro: Battle to rule the mid-range segment

    A comparison between the latest mid-range Galaxy M20 against the Redmi Note 6 Pro to be the best mid-range phone in the Indian market.

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    Being both Redmi and Samsung user, I had kind of taken it for granted that my favorite brand would give me the best. It's true here too. But actually more confused after reading the comparison now

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    Quote Originally Posted by NadimShaukat View Post
    Being both Redmi and Samsung user, I had kind of taken it for granted that my favorite brand would give me the best. It's true here too. But actually more confused after reading the comparison now
    LOL... it happens when you know a few details. Ignorance is bliss, after all

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    Was honestly expecting the Redmi phone to offer a better battery backup as they have in most Xiaomi and Redmi phones. But here, Samsung drives home the point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulAnderson View Post
    Was honestly expecting the Redmi phone to offer a better battery backup as they have in most Xiaomi and Redmi phones. But here, Samsung drives home the point.
    Both phones are on Android Oreo now and both will be getting the Pie in the future. This makes the M20 still better for battery backup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ParcyJac View Post
    Both phones are on Android Oreo now and both will be getting the Pie in the future. This makes the M20 still better for battery backup.
    And this time Samsung looks a bit aggressive on the pricing. The base model is just Rs. 10,990, while 4GB-64GB is Rs. 12,990. 4GB-64GB for Redmi is a bit costlier at Rs. 13,999.