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iPhone 11 Pro vs Galaxy Note 10: Specifications

iPhone 11 Pro vs Galaxy Note 10: Specifications

Honestly, comparing specs between these two phones is like comparing Apple's to oranges. But for whatever reason people still like seeing the hard numbers.

iPhone 11 Pro Specs

  • 5.8 and 6.5-inch OLED Displays
  • Apple A13 Bionic processor with 4GB RAM (6GB in Pro models) 
  • 64GB, 256GB and 512GB of storage, no microSD
  • New Triple 12MP + 12MP+12MP Rear Camera setup (f/1.8 main camera, f/2.4 ultra-wide lens, and f/2.0 telephoto lens
  • 12MP f/2.2 front-facing selfie camera
  • iOS 13
  • Improved FaceID Unlock (wider view for unlocking)
  • 3,190 mAh or 3,500 mAh batteries with 19w fast charging
  • Improved IP68 Dust and Water resistance  (Not IP67)
  • BT 5.0, NFC, Wifi 6, alert slider, NO 3.5mm headphone jack, more

Galaxy Note 10 Specs (Regular and Plus)

  • 6.3-inch small model (1080p) & 6.8-inch Curved Quad-HD Infinity Displays
  • 8-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Processor or Samsung Exynos 
  • 8-12GB of RAM and 256/512GB of storage with microSD expansion (Higher storage and microSD on Plus model)
  • Android 9 Pie With Samsung One UI
  • Triple Rear Cameras: 12MP (Dual variable aperture main lens (F1.5 and F2.4),  12MP f/2.4 telephoto lens, and 16MP super wide-angle camera) 
  • Quad-Cameras in the Note 10+ (Extra Depth of Field sensor)
  • 10MP Front Selfie Camera
  • Stereo Speaker tuned by AKG
  • 3,500 mAh & massive 4,300 mAh (on bigger Note 10+) batteries with new 25w Faster Charging, Wireless Charging 2.0 and Powershare Reverse Wireless Charging (Optional 45w fast charging in Note 10+)
  • IP68 Dust & Water-resistance, USB Type-C, S-Pen stylus, Bixby 2.0, Bixby AI, new Air Gestures and stylus controls, wireless Dex Live, etc
  • In-Display Fingerprint Sensor, Heart-rate sensor, more
  • No 3.5mm headphone jack, WiFi 6, NFC, etc

As you can see, these are two powerful smartphones. Apple doesn't need as much RAM, which is why you're only seeing 6GB in the Pro while Samsung's lowest model packs 8GB or more. The same goes for battery capacity. 

Either way, these are two very similar phones with similar designs, capable cameras, the latest software and plenty to offer. Which side are you on?

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Wait for a Smaller or Non-Existent Punch Hole

The Galaxy S20 series features a punch-hole on the display. The Galaxy S21 may not. 

The vice president of Samsung’s R&D group, Yang Byung-duk, says the company plans to do away with the punch-hole, but that the move will take a few years. 

Before this happens, the company plans to reduce the size of the punch-hole on upcoming devices so that it's barely visible. 

A report from MyDrivers, citing South Korean sources, claims Samsung's working to release a "perfect full screen" experience where the front-facing camera is hidden until it's needed.

The Galaxy S20 series doesn't have an under the display camera, but the technology could make its debut on an upcoming phone like the Galaxy S21. 

According to leaker Ice Universe, Samsung is thinking about using under-the-screen camera technology on the Galaxy S21.

He claims the company is currently "evaluating the feasibility of the technology" which means that while possible, it's far from guaranteed. 

In a more recent tweet, Ice Universe says that while "Samsung Display's under-screen camera solution is much ahead of other solutions, the company has "stricter requirements for under-screen camera effects than other brands."

That said, Analyst Ross Young, who has accurately predicted information in the past, doesn't think the Galaxy S21 will have an under panel display.

If you aren't a huge fan of the company's punch-holes, and you're interested in a "perfect full screen" experience, think about waiting for potential design changes on next year's models. 

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