The Samsung Galaxy M20 is an affordable smartphone that was launched with a notch that offers a large screen size and a fingerprint scanner. The handset is in the same category with the Nokia 5.1 smartphone and they also have some features in common as well. We will be looking at the comparison between the Samsung Galaxy M20 and the Nokia 5.1 to see which one will perform better.
Samsung Galaxy M20 VS Nokia 5.1: Design Comparison
In terms of body design, the Samsung Galaxy M20 is built with an Aluminum Alloy and it has a smooth panel with a combo camera and a fingerprint sensor. It measures 8.8 mm in thickness and weighs 186 gram. The Nokia 5.1 is also built with an Aluminum Alloy with a smooth panel that houses a combo camera alongside a fingerprint sensor. It measures 8.2 mm in thickness and it's available in Black, Copper, and Tempered Blue colors, while the Samsung Galaxy M20 is available in Ocean Blue, and Charcoal Black colors.
Samsung Galaxy M20 VS Nokia 5.1: Display Comparison
The Samsung Galaxy M20 has a screen display size of 6.3 inches under TFT Capacitive Touchscreen with a resolution of 1080 x 2340 pixels and 409 PPI density, while the Nokia 5.1 has a screen size of 5.5 inches under IPS LCD Capacitive Touchscreen with a resolution of 1080 x 2160 pixels and 439 PPI density. Both phones have display protection and they will offer clear visuals as well. The Samsung Galaxy M20 has a large screen size with a higher screen to body ratio.
Samsung Galaxy M20 VS Nokia 5.1: Camera Comparison
The Samsung Galaxy M20 has a dual rear cameras of 13 MP + 5 MP with dual LED flash and a front facing camera of 8 MP for selfies, while the Nokia 5.1 has a single rear camera of 16 MP with dual LED flash and a similar front camera of 8 MP as well for selfies and video calls. Both phones will capture similar photos and also shoot the same video resolution.
Samsung Galaxy M20 VS Nokia 5.1: Performance Comparison
The Samsung Galaxy M20 packs a Samsung Exynos 7 Octa 7904 chipset with an octa-core processor that clocked at a speed of 1.8 GHz and Mali-G71 MP2 for graphics, while the Nokia 5.1 packs a MediaTek MT6755S chipset with an octa-core processor that clocked at a speed of 2 GHz and Mali-T860 MP2 for graphics. Both phones have the same 3GB RAM with inbuilt storage of 32GB which is expandable via micro SD card. They are also powered by the same Android 8.1 Oreo operating system with support for dual SIMs and 4G LTE network.
Samsung Galaxy M20 VS Nokia 5.1: Battery & Price Comparison
The Samsung Galaxy M20 has a nonremovable battery capacity of 5000 mAh with fast charging technology, while the Nokia 5.1 has a battery capacity of 3000 mAh with fast charging technology as well. On the price, the Samsung Galaxy M20 will cost around $157, while the Nokia 5.1 will sell at a price of $167.
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On the overall, the point goes to the Samsung Galaxy M20. The phone sports an attractive body design with large bezel-less screen size and massive battery capacity as well. To cap it all, it's more affordable than it's rival, so the Galaxy M20 will make a wise buy.