The best flagship smartphone: iPhone 12 or Samsung S21

The best high-end phones bought in India are those that start at Rs. 50,000, but which one is better? From iPhone 12 Pro Max and Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra on the one hand to Redmi 9 and Realme C2 on the other, the smartphone market is full of choices. Smartphones range from 4000 rupees and even as high as 1,60,000 rupees. At a higher level, you can get flagship phones from major manufacturers that position themselves as their best high-spec and premium models. These phones are designed to provide the best products available at that price. How good are these phones? More importantly, what choice should you have?

There are Rs 50,000 advanced smartphone options on the market today. Its premium structure is made of high-quality materials such as glass and metal, with features such as a high-quality AMOLED display and an excellent camera that can perform well even in low light. Users expect to have an interesting experience at this price.

Given these conditions, you can easily get flagship deals. For Android fans, Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra is without any doubt the perfect smartphone to have. It not only provides the essence of the Galaxy S series with its excellent display and camera, but also provides the essence of the Galaxy Note series that supports the S-Pen. The Galaxy S21 Ultra 12 GB RAM + 128 GB version starts at Rs 1,05,999, and the 16 GB RAM + 512 GB storage option starts at Rs 1,16,999.

For those in Apple’s side, the 70,900 Rupees iPhone 12 may be Apple’s best bet against the Android army. It offers a large OLED screen and a better camera than the iPhone 11 and along with SoC the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max, which are worth 115,100 rupees. iPhone 12 also has better camera recording functions, including Dolby Vision recording, which is different from most similar Android products.

iPhone 12 64GB basic model starts at 70,900 rupees, 256GB option starts at 94,900 rupees, but if money is not a problem, you can choose iPhone 12 Pro Max for a better experience and larger screen. The 128 GB storage option is priced at 1,29,900, and the 512 GB model is 1,59,900 rupees.

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