Samsung Galaxy M40 vs Redmi Note 7 Pro: Which Is The Best Budget Device?

Samsung Galaxy M40 vs Redmi Note 7 Pro: Which Is The Best Budget Device?

               Samsung Galaxy M40 vs Redmi Note 7 Pro: Samsung has been ruling the mobile industry in major parts of the world including in India. However, things started changing with the entry of xiaomi in the Indian market. The company has decisively taken over the market share of Samsung by producing high specifications smartphones at a very cheap price. Xiaomi has also become the number one smartphone brand in India because of the high sales volume in just 2 years. Samsung has lately realized that and has launched the M series smartphone to take on xiaomi. We have compared Samsung Galaxy M40 vs Redmi Note 7 Pro to find out the best budget device.

Samsung Galaxy M40 vs Redmi Note 7 Pro

Samsung Galaxy M40 was a surprise for the market because people never expected Samsung to produce a low budget and high specification smartphones. However, this comes as a stop loss method because Samsung has lost more than 20% market share in some countries in the last two years. Hence, it is high time for Samsung. M40 series seems to be a good move and let’s find out which is a better device.

Display & Design

Samsung Galaxy M40 has a 6.3 inches FHD+ LCD display with a punch hole. It is the first ever Samsung device having infinity display at such a low price. However, the best smartphone doesn’t have an AMOLED display, which was found in M30. The smartphone doesn’t even have a glass display but rather it has a curve plastic display. This is a disappointment. The device is available in midnight blue and seawater blue Colors.

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Similarly, redmi Note 7 pro has a 6.3 inches FHD+ display with a water drop notch. It comes with Gorilla glass 5 quoted on both sides of the smartphone to get a premium look and protect it from scratches and dust. Samsung Galaxy m40 has Gorilla glass 3. Hence, the display is somewhat similar on both the devices.

Camera

Samsung Galaxy M40 has a triple lens camera set up at the rear side. It has a 32-megapixel primary camera, 8 MP Ultra wide lens and a 5 MP depth camera. On the other hand, redmi Note 7 pro has a 48 megapixel Sony IM586 Primary camera and an in-depth 5MP camera. Hence, redmi Note 7 Pro does have a better camera specification and it rules out the camera of Samsung Galaxy m40 in terms of night shots. Both the cameras have their own Uniqueness. You can capture ultrawide images better on Samsung but night shots and portrait mode is better on the redmi Note 7 Pro.

Specifications

Both Samsung Galaxy m40 and redmi Note 7 Pro have similar specifications. Both the devices are powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 processor along with the Octa Core CPU. They are completely similar in terms of performance when it comes to gaming and other multitasking features. Both the devices are powered by Android 9.0 pie.

However, the additional UI added in the Samsung smartphone gives it an upper hand over Redmi Note 7 Pro. It as also enabled the dark mode on the Samsung devices and this makes it better than MIUI. Samsung also takes the lead in terms of battery because it has a 5000 MAH battery compared to the 4000 MAH battery found on the redmi Note 7 Pro. Hence, Samsung is a better device in terms of power.

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Samsung Galaxy M40 vs Redmi Note 7 Pro: Conclusion

In our comparison of Samsung Galaxy M40 vs Redmi Note 7 Pro, we found out that redmi Note 7 Pro is a better standalone device give when the fact that it is priced at almost 30% discount compared to Samsung Galaxy M40. However, if budget is not a constraint for you, Samsung Galaxy m40 is also worth the price you pay.

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