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Vivo V30 Pro vs. Samsung Galaxy A55: A Comparison of the two Reasonably Priced high-end Android Phones

Samsung has added the Galaxy A55 and A35 to its lineup of mid-range A-series smartphones. The more costly Samsung Galaxy A55 is the company’s first mid-range smartphone to include 12GB RAM, with a starting price of Rs 39,999. Nevertheless, the model with 12GB of RAM costs Rs 45,999. The smartphone has a 50MP camera, an Exynos CPU, a Full HD+ display, and 25W charging capabilities.

The Samsung Galaxy A55 will soon be offered in India. Conversely, Vivo, a Chinese manufacturer of smartphones, unveiled its most recent V30 series, which consists of the Vivo V30 and the V30 Pro. Starting at Rs 41,999, the more expensive V30 Pro also has a 12GB variant available for Rs 45,999. This smartphone, which has a curved AMOLED display, substantially improved camera capabilities, and 80W rapid charging, is already on sale. The two mid-range smartphones are contrasted as follows:

FeatureSamsung Galaxy A55 5GVivo V30 Pro
Display6.6-inch Corning Gorilla Glass Victus FHD+ (1080×2340), 120Hz6.78% AMOLED (1260×2800), 120 Hz, 2800 nits maximum
ProcessorExynos 1480MediaTek Dimensity 8200
RAMUp to 12GBUp to 12GB
Storage128GB or 256GB (Expandable up to 1TB256GB or 512GB
Operating SystemAndroid 14 with One UI 6.1Android 14 with FuntouchOS
Rear Camera50MP main, 12MP ultrawide, 5MP50MP main, 50MP ultrawide, 50MP telephoto
Front Camera32MP50MP
Battery5000mAh with 25W fast charging5000mAh with 80W fast charging
Water ResistanceIP67Dust and splash resistant coating
Starting Price (IndiaRs 39,999Rs 41,999

The Vivo V30 Pro boasts a more potent chipset and a bigger AMOLED display with a greater peak brightness. In addition, the Vivo phone has a telephoto lens and a larger base storage capacity (256GB). Additionally, the Vivo V30 Pro delivers faster 80W charging than the 25W charge of the Samsung Galaxy A55.

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