2020 has been and will be the year of high refresh rate displays, and now Samsung has joined the competition. Samsung has now recently unveiled the new Galaxy S20 series of phones and they seem to offer excellent value for money. But Samsung has now entered the price range of Apple and the Galaxy S20 directly hits up against the iPhone 11 Pro. So now let’s compare both the phones in terms of their specifications.
Galaxy S20 vs iPhone 11 Pro:
The Display on the Samsung Galaxy S20 is a 6.2-inch QHD+ 120Hz panel, while on the other hand the iPhone 11 Pro sports a 5.8-inch FHD+ Super Retina Display with a 60Hz refresh rate. It is clear that the Samsung Galaxy S20 has a bigger and a higher-resolution display, so the S20 completely wins over here.
Moving on to the chipset, here is where both the phones are evenly matched, the iPhone 11 Pro sports the Apple’s A13 Bionic Chipset while the Galaxy S20 has the greatest and the latest chipset from Qualcomm, the Snapdragon 865, both the phones have an equally good processor and can perform any tasks that you throw at it easily.
One of the biggest differences between the phones over here, the Samsung Galaxy S20 sports a primary 12MP f/2.2 + a 12MP f/1.8 Wide-Angled Lens + a 64MP 3x Telephoto lens. While the Apple iPhone 11 Pro has a 12MP Primary f/2.4 + a 12MP Ultra Wide f/1.8 + a 12MP 2x Telephoto Lens f.2.0. On the front, the Galaxy S20 has a 10MP sensor while the iPhone 11 Pro has a 12MP sensor.
Moving on to the batteries, the Samsung Galaxy S20 sports a 4,000mah battery while the iPhone 11 Pro has a 3,046mah battery. Don’t go on with the numbers, the Galaxy S20 has a 120Hz display which drains the battery at a faster rate.
What do you guys think of both these phones, if given an option which one would you choose? Let us know in the comments below.