realme narzo 50A vs Infinix HOT 11S: Specs & Features comparison!

Display

Both the realme narzo 50A and the Infinix Hot 11S sport a large display at over 6-inch IPS LCD. However, if we get into the technical details, the HOT 11S is noted to have a slightly larger screen at 6.78-inches compared to the narzo 50A’s 6.5-inch. Further, most of the advantages also go to the HOT 11S with its FHD+ display with a smoother 90Hz refresh rate and 180Hz touch sampling rate.

Processor

Under the hood, both smartphones are powered by a MediaTek Helio SoC. There’s a Helio G85 on the realme narzo 50A and Helio G88 on the Infinix HOT 11S. Both also have Mali-G52 MC2 GPU.

RAM & Storage

The narzo 50A comes with 4GB of RAM, while the HOT 11S is available in two options: 4GB or 6GB. For the storage, the former only has 64GB, while the latter has up to 128GB. Both smartphones, however, have a dedicated microSD slot for storage expansion without sacrificing their dual-SIM capabilities.

Cameras

Talking about the cameras, these smartphones are alike. The two are equipped with triple rear cameras with a 50MP main shooter. However, completing the narzo 50A’s cameras are its 2MP depth and 2MP macro sensors. On the other hand, the HOT 11S has a 2MP depth sensor along with an AI lens.

Connectivity & Other Features

The two devices have 4G, Dual-SIM (nano), WiFi, Bluetooth 5.0, SatNavs, 3.5mm headphone jack, and USB-C. Both also have rear-mounted fingerprint scanners. Moreover, for the software, both are running on Android 11 using their own custom skins.

Battery

Both smartphones have large batteries. The narzo 50A got an advantage for having a whopping 6,000mAh battery vs. the HOT 11S’ 5,000mAh. Both, however, have 18W fast charging support.

Which phone between these two do you think is worth buying based on the specs and the features?

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