The National Line Galaxy S20 series has been booked on March 6 and will go on sale tomorrow. If you’re sitating about buying Samsung’s latest flagship, follow in the footsteps ofmedia NewAtlas to see the horizontal contrast between the series and the iPhone 11 series, hoping this article will help you with your purchase.
Overall, the 2020 Galaxy S S S is taller, narrower and thinner than the iPhone (except the Galaxy S20 Ultra is 8.8mm). It’s the Galaxy S20 that’s about the size of the iPhone 11, while the S20 Plus and S20 Ultra are significantly slender.
Although the six flagships aren’t a big difference, the iPhone 11 series weighs heavier than the Galaxy S20. The 5G version of the Galaxy S20 Plus and S20 Ultra added just 2 grams and basically doesn’t feel it.
At present, mobile phone manufacturers are constantly enriching color, so as to provide consumers with more choices. The iPhone 11 comes in green, yellow, purple and red, and the high-end iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max are available in gold, silver, space gray and dark night green.
Samsung offers black and grey options for high-end users, and the entry model sits in blue and pink.
All six phones are designed with front and rear glass and metal midframes. Three of the Galaxy Series and iPhone 11 frames are made of aluminum, while the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max are made of stainless steel.
All six phones offer IP68-class waterproofing. This means that all phones are dust-proof and work for 30 minutes in 1.5 meters of deep water. But Apple said in its official announcement that the iPhone 11 is even more waterproof, with the iPhone 11 capable of working for half an hour at a depth of 2 meters, the iPhone 11 Pro and the iPhone 11 Pro Max in 4 meters of water.
Apple doesn’t think the Pro Series needs a big screen, and the iPhone 11 Pro is only 5.8 inches. The Galaxy Series, on the other hand, has a larger screen size, with the S20 Ultra reaching 6.9 inches.
In terms of screen share, the iPhone 11 series is not as good as the S20 series, basically about 80%. A thicker border is used, as well as the notch area at the top.
The Galaxy Series features a punchdesigned design, and the border section is narrow, with the highest Galaxy S20 Plus reaching 90.5%.
The Samsung Galaxy S20 series has a significantly higher screen resolution than the iPhone 11 series. All three S20 series have resolutions of 3200 x 1400, so the S20 pixel density is the highest.
The iPhone 11 series looks good, but it’s not as dense. And the iPhone 11 isn’t Full HD, and it’s been maintained for years.
The era of Crystal Liquid Display (LCD) is coming to an end, with five of the six phones using the Organic Light-Gony Diode (OLED) screen. OLED materials come in brighter colors and darker blacks.
Selfies are becoming increasingly important to users, and all six phones offer a great shooting experience. The Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20 Plus are equipped with 10 megapixels, and the three iPhone 11 series are 12 megapixels, as well as True Depth 3D sensors for facial recognition and some AR applications.
The Front of the Galaxy S20 Ultra is equipped with 40 megapixels, ensuring that very rich detail can be captured.
The main camera on the back of the fuselage is still an important standard of choice and features two or more cameras. The iPhone 11 has only two 12-megapixel sensors, while the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max have three 12-megapixel cameras.
The Galaxy S20 series also features telephoto, wide-angle and ultra-wide-angle lenses. The Galaxy S20 and S20 Plus have a master image of 64 megapixels, while the S20 Ultra is equipped with a 108-megapixel wide-angle lens.
Enhanced camera features allow these flagship phones to perform some fine photography techniques, including common suspects such as panoramas and adjustable bokeh effects.
All six phones are able to take snapshots using High Dynamic Range (HDR). Apple says the iPhone even uses artificial intelligence to recognize faces and adjust the light to make it look best.
Night mode, which appears throughout the mode, requires longer exposure times to allow more light to enter and show more detail in the dark.
Augmented reality (AR) is another big selling point. This includes syncing animated characters to the user’s face and mouth, or putting Iron Man or Pikachu in your photos. Depth-sensing cameras make this possible – Apple calls it TrueDeep 3D, while Samsung uses DepthVision.
Although they have many of the same general functions, the two companies use them differently. Apple’s portrait mode is a series of lighting and focus settings that modify the portrait by blurring or removing the background and changing the intensity of the light to make the photo look like a studio.
Samsung’s title feature is incredibly scalable. Combined with optical and digital technology, the Galaxy S20 and S20 Plus can be zoomed in 30 times while still keeping the image sharp and sharp. The S20 Ultra has up to 100 times the impact.
The Galaxy S20 is the first flagship to be able to shoot video at 8K resolution. However, it can be said that this at the time may have been largely unnecessary novelty – few people were able to watch it in this quality (except, of course, the phone itself).
Instead, 4K has become the new high-end standard, with all six phones shooting at frame rates of up to 60 frames per second. Without a doubt, Full HD video is a comprehensive choice and is up to 60 fps.
All six phones can shoot slow motion video up to 240 fps in full HD resolution. The iPhone can also shoot 120 fps and display what Apple calls “Slofies” in slow motion on the selfie camera.
The galaxy improves performance with Super Slo-mo, which captures video at an absurd speed of 960 frames per second. This extends the captured lens to 32 seconds of playback time, a significant improvement on the S10 series ( capture only 0.4 seconds).
And, of course, consider delay. The video can then be smooth and stable through optical and electronic image stabilization (OIS/EIS).
All six flagships come with biosensors, the S20 series is an ultrasonic under-screen sensor, and the iPhone 11 series is a Face ID facial recognition system.
The Galaxy Series is equipped with Qualcomm’s latest SnapSnapdragon 865 processor, while the iPhone 11 series is the latest A13 Bionic processor
RAM keeps your phone running fast and smoothly, especially when you open multiple applications at the same time. The iPhone 11 has a capacity of 4 GB, which has been standard for several years. The iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max use 6 GB.
In the S20 and S20 Plus, the Galaxy phone starts at 8 GB and offers 12 GB options. The Standard S20 Ultra has a standard capacity of 12 GB, and if you really need it, you can choose a capacity of 16 GB.
The three iPhone 11 series starts with 64GB and the S20 series starts at 128GB. Five of the six phones offer 256 GB (the Galaxy S20 only offers 128 GB).
If you need more storage, the S20 Plus, S20 Ultra and iPhone 11 Pro Max offer 512GB.
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The iPhone 11 is much less powered by purely digital terms, but the actual performance of the Galaxy S20 series needs further testing. Overall, with any of these six phones, you should be able to easily exceed your normal day’s usage.
All six mobile phones support fast charging. It should be noted, however, that while the iPhone 11 supports fast charging, the package is still the standard charging head for the 5V1A, which costs an additional $29 to buy an 18W fast charge head.
The Galaxy S20 Ultra supports an additional 45W fast charge.
All six flagships support wireless charging, but this is not a standard feature. In all six cases, you will be charged for additional accessories.
The Galaxy Series also supports reverse charging, providing wireless charging for other phones, smartwatches or headphones.
The 3.5mm headphone port has been completely cancelled. Samsung uses the USB-C port, while the iPhone 11 series uses the Lightning port.
The iPhone 11 series runs the latest iOS 13 system, while the S20 series is Android 10.
Apple uses Siri, while Samsung uses Bixby.
The iPhone 11 series was released last September. The Galaxy S20 series will go on sale tomorrow.
The Galaxy S20 National Bank’s 12GB plus 128GB version costs $6999. The Galaxy S20 Plus 12GB plus 128GB version is priced at $7999. The National Bank Galaxy S20 Ultra is available in two versions, with 12GB plus 256GB priced at 9999 yuan and 16GB plus 512GB for 11199 yuan.